Participants in this online seminar will view historical videos of master therapists treating clients. Jeffrey Zeig will discuss their methods and indicate applications for improving clinical practice. The 90-minute class will be interactive. Students should view the hour-long videos prior to the class.
Experts to be featured: Carl Rogers, Carl Whitaker, Aaron Beck, Albert Ellis, Erving Polster, Robert and Mary Goulding, Otto Kernberg, Zerka Moreno, Sue Johnson, and Jeffrey Zeig
Enrollment is limited to 24 participants. Prerequisites include Fundamental, Intermediate and Advanced Intensives in Phoenix, and licensed health professionals. Classes are held monthly for 6 months.
The classes will be video recorded for participants only. All students will receive a link to download the video, whether or not you are present for the session. The platform used is www.Zoom.us. You will have a live, on line presence. We may have a bulletin board for attendees to share information and ask questions.
Shortly after graduating from high school, Milton Erickson developed polio and hovered near death. Three years later, in June 1922 he undertook from his home in Wisconsin a canoe trip down the Mississippi River the purpose of which was to improve his strength and health. The canoe trip ended on August 1922, and Erickson accomplished his mission.
Milton H Erickson Foundation now makes the entire canoe diary available in its original form. From this document students are able to study one of the formative experiences in Erickson’s life.
The diary can be browsed and read below, or you can listen to the entire diary in audio book format. Read by Lance Erickson, The Canoe Diary is the writings of a young Milton H. Erickson from his Legendary True American Adventure down the Mississippi River in 1922. All proceeds from the sale of this Canoe Diary audio recording will be used to support the upkeep of the Erickson Historical Home and the Milton H. Erickson Foundation.