Adventures in Human Understanding

Stories for Exploring the Self

By: John G Watkins


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Size234mm x 154mm
PublishedJune 2001

In Adventures in Human Understanding the story is revealed as a therapeutic tool. It is the medium by which lessons may be learned and persist in the memory; providing metaphors for life, and meaning from our experiences.

Leading psychologist John G. Watkins PhD has embodied his extensive knowledge of the mind in the adventures gathered in this book. Each story is followed by a psychological analysis, ensuring that this book will be an effective instrument for facilitating therapy, and an enjoyable source of stories for everyone. With a preface by Woltemade Hartman PhD.

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John G Watkins

John G Watkins PhD was Professor Emeritus of the University of Montana, and world renowned as a pioneering psychologist, particularly in the areas of hypnosis, dissociation and multiple personality. He was a founder and past president of ISCEH, an international society in hypnosis. He was the president of the Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis (SCEH), of the American Board of Psychological Hypnosis and of Division 30 (Hypnosis) of the American Psychological Association. Dr Watkins also served as clinical editor of the International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. He lectured all over the world and authored many ground breaking books and articles on hypnosis and psychotherapy, making him one of the leading theorists in the field.


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