Milton H. Erickson, MD

In His Own Voice on Problem Drinkers

By: Madeleine Richeport-Haley , Jay Haley


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PublishedNovember 2013

Jay Haley begins with a brief overview of Erickson’s ideas on alcoholics followed by a discussion with Erickson on a number of cases highlighting his interventions. Erickson describes one case where he helped an alcoholic’s wife feel less helpless by instructing her to take a sum of money equal to the amount her husband spent on liquor and using it for herself.

The four cases covered include: The Liquor Deposit; An Alcoholic Pilot; Hiding the Liquor; and The Alcoholic Who Hates Her Mother.

Previously published with the title Milton H. Erickson, MD: In His Own Voice Problem Drinkers under ISBN: 9780931513107.

Picture for author Madeleine Richeport-Haley

Madeleine Richeport-Haley

Madeleine Richeport-Haley is a noted anthropologist film-maker who studied with Erickson.

Picture for author Jay Haley

Jay Haley

Jay Haley studied with Dr. Erickson for 17 years. He was a major editor of Erickson's works and authored many books about him. Mr. Haley was a professor at Stanford University, Howard University, the University of Maryland, and California School of Professional Psychology.


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