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Meetings with a Remarkable Man Audio CD

By: Bill O'Hanlon

Price: CAD $22.95


Imprint: Crown House Publishing

4.61 X 6.02 X 0.39 ins

ISBN:  9780982357309 --

Publication Date: 07/01/2009

Here is Bill O'Hanlon, the storyteller, at his best. From his very first encounter with Dr Milton Erickson, to his apprenticeship as Dr Erickson's gardener, Bill O'Hanlon's narrative is both personal and informative. He explains how Dr Erickson's life story impacted significantly on how he practiced his therapy and how he had the uncanny knack of knowing, in advance, exactly what a person was looking for. Listening to these tales will both delight and educate you.

Also included is 'Trance Plants' an original song written and sung by Bill O`Hanlon dedicated to Milton H. Erickson. "I only wish I had been able to have talked with him about my work and my understanding of his work before his death."

Bill O'Hanlon MS is a Licensed Mental Health Professional, Certified Professional Counsellor, and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. He has authored or co-authored 35 books. He is one of the developers of solution-oriented therapy, counselling people and organisations to help them determine what their goals are and to remove the barriers to their success. He has given over 3,500 seminars or workshops around the world.


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