Ideomotor Identification Followed by Partial Regression / D. Corydon Hammond 518 • Imagery Methods of Facilitating Age Regression / H. E. Stanton 519 • Improving the Quality of the Age Regression / Daniel P. Brown and Erika Fro mm 519 • Suggestions to Facilitate Revivification / Eric Greenleaf 521 • Erickson's Confusional Method for Revivification / Milton H. Erickson 523 • Watkins' Affect or Somatic Bridge / John G. Watkins 523 • Facilitating a Full Abreaction / D. Corydon Hammond 524 • An Abreactive Technique / Richard P. Kluft 526 • A Vigorous Abreaction Technique / Richard P. Kluft 527 • The Fractionated Abreaction Technique / Richard P. Kluft 527 • The Slow Leak Technique / Richard P. Kluft 529 • Watkin's Silent Abreaction Technique / Helen H. Watkins 530 • Erickson's Age Regression Techniques / Milton H. Erickson 531 • Gradual Dissociated Release of Affect Technique / D. Corydon Hammond 534 • Sickness & Immunity Metaphors / D. Corydon Hammond 535 • Metaphor of an Injury, Scab, and Healing / D. Corydon Hammond 536 • Example of An Analytical Procedure for Reframing / E. A. Barnett 537 • Desensitization: An Example of Rapid and Repetitive Memory Evocation / M. Erik Wright 541 • Forensic Hypnosis Guidelines: The "Federal Model" / Richard B. Garver 542
Erickson's Time Projection Technique / D. Corydon Hammond 543 • Age Progression to Work Through Resistance / Richard B. Garver 545 • Suggestions Following Age Progression with Public Speaking / Don E. Gibbons 546 • Imagery of the End Result / Errol R. Korn and George J. Pratt 546 • Mental Rehearsal: The Protective Shield / Errol R. Korn and George J. Pratt 547 • Mental Rehearsal of Presentation and Sales Skills / Errol R. Korn and George J. Pratt 547 • Suggestions for Goal-Imagery / Alcid M. Pelletier 548 • End-Result Goal Imagery for Sales Productivity / Don E. Gibbons 549 • Erickson's Self-Suggestion Technique / D. Corydon Hammond 549
Training Patients to Experience Time Distortion / Linn F. Cooper and Milton H. Erickson 551 • Summary of Suggested Steps in Time Distortion Training / D. Corydon Hammond 556
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