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This book is not a set of rigid techniques but is a guide to some elegantly simple approaches to hypnosis so that a reader can have an opportunity to see what might be helpful to explore, to adapt, to translate. It is a collection of practical, every day observations based on McNeilly's nearly 40 years of clinical experience and teaching. It evolved from his enchantment of Milton Erickson's approach and makes an otherwise overwhelmingly complex experience more available.
About the Author
Dr. Robert McNeilly was in a suburban Melbourne general medical practice for 10 years, had the privilege of learning directly with Milton Erickson, was inspired by his human approach to therapy, and created his own interpretation to assist clients in a respectful, dignified way with the human dilemmas that affect individuals, couples and families. For nearly 40 years, the contribution he brings in his teaching style, writing and unique approaches to learning and therapy allow for a ready application into everyday living and are recognised locally, nationally and internationally, including repeated invited presentations at the Milton H Erickson Foundation's International Congresses in USA since 1980 and workshops in Singapore, Japan, Brazil, Finland, The Czech Republic, UK and Denmark. He is co-author, with Jenny Brown, of "Healing With Words", "Healing the Whole Person" was published by Wiley, republished as "Doing Change" by St Luke's Innovative Resources, and Creating Connections in Ericksonian Approaches to Hypnosis and therapy Volumes 1 & 2 published by Tandava Press. Crown House have published a series of DVD demonstrations of counselling and hypnosis. Students comment on his easy, respectful manner and his elegant ability to make complex issues approachable while retaining their essence.