Changing Patterns of Human Behavior presents an attempt to identify the common factors of the work of three different therapists, Milton H. Erickson, Anthony Robbins and Byron Katie. These joined patterns are organized into a 5-stage conceptual, easy to learn model of therapy.
Structural Pattern Reframing is a technology that enables therapists to generate techniques and more easily individualize the therapeutic sessions for specific patients. It does not present a style of work of any of the analyzed therapists, but rather some structure that is to some extend common to all three of them.
The model is described in a broader context of Ericksonian and Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches.
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