This book includes a step-by-step preparation for clients' receptivity to the stories, describing how rapport can be established and resistance lowered during the initial sessions of hypnotherapy.
Author: Lee Wallas
Publisher: W W Norton & Company Incorporated
This book includes a step-by-step preparation for clients' receptivity to the stories, describing how rapport can be established and resistance lowered during the initial sessions of hypnotherapy. Then the stories are set within their original clinical context, so that we can comprehend their powerful impact on the course of therapy.
The Little Plum tree grows, and grows and eventually learns that she can be independent and strong.This is a very special story based on a book by Sarah's grandmother - Lee Wallas, a Clinical Social Worker and published author of two books, ...
Author: Sarah Wallas Reidy
Publisher: Wiggles Press
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Follow a beautiful plum three through changing seasons ... when suddenly a seedling sprouts into the Little Plum Tree. The Little Plum tree grows, and grows and eventually learns that she can be independent and strong. This is a very special story based on a book by Sarah's grandmother - Lee Wallas, a Clinical Social Worker and published author of two books, Stories for the Third Ear and Stories that Heal. This story is adapted from her book of hypnotic stories, entitled Stories for the Third Ear (W.W. Norton and Company, 1985).
The stories in this book are retold from tales recorded word - for - word from African storytellers . 7 And if one listens with a third ear , as the Hausa people do , he may find himself laughing with them under a mango tree .
Author: Verna Aardema
Nine African folk tales recount the adventures of a lonely lioness, a cunning spider, a lying hyena, and others.
Billy Connolly's style at the time was to tell lengthy stories, with small humorous twists all along, until at the end there would be a really big twist for the punch line. These stories were very funny indeed.
Author: Chris Lonsdale
Publisher: The Third Ear
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
You Can Learn Any Language -- Are you hesitating to learn a new language because you've heard it's difficult? Or are you trying right now but finding it harder than you imagined? What if you could become fluent in a new language in a very short period of time -- just months, or maybe even weeks? You can learn any new language quickly and easily. It doesn't require pain or frustration. It can be fun, exciting and enlightening. Of course, to have this experience you do need to know a few things. You need to find and use your hidden talent -- something we call the Third Ear. The Third Ear takes you step by step along a path to think about language learning in totally new ways. Ways that help you realise you already know how to learn any language. You just needed to be reminded.
Therapeutic suggestions were interspersed in stories whose content was seemingly removed from the clients ' concerns . ... Wallas ( 1985 ) calls the teaching tales " stories for the third ear , " following Nietzsche's reference to the ...
Author: Katherine M. Ramsland
Publisher: Bucknell University Press
An examination of the close connection between Sren Kierkegaard and the method of indirect, or unverbalized, communication long used by psychotherapists. Clinical examples are used to develop Kierkegaard's description of indirect communication into theoretical grounding for therapeutic devices such as role playing, paradox, and metaphorical stories.
What stories it could tell The tree answered with many tells I saw the beauty that would send men to war I saw the love that made people roar I see the setting and rising of the sun I see the moon as it glisters in a twilight run And I ...
Author: Burma Brown
Publisher: Burma Brown
Finding love and romance with the experience that life has set forth.
As her book “Stories for the Third Ear” makes clear, these tales need not be in the form of fairy tales. They could just as easily evolve around science. They show that Erickson inspired Lee Wallas to come up with teaching tales of her ...
Author: Victor Kiarsis
This book is a collection of selected writings by Dr. Sidney Rosen that aim to demystify the work of the leading clinical psychiatrist, Dr. Milton Erickson, and illustrate Erickson’s unconventional and life-changing hypnotic techniques and strategic therapy. An essential reading for those who seek to learn essential elements of psychotherapy, this collection elucidates fundamental aspects of Erickson's approaches and outlines factors effective in all forms of psychotherapy. It contains core teachings of many central elements in psychotherapy and stresses the importance of techniques such as therapeutic trance and hypnosis. As a student and close friend of Dr. Erickson, Dr. Rosen shares his own personal insights about Erickson’s teaching methods in a direct and straightforward manner that allows readers easy access to Ericksonian philosophy and techniques. Many therapists, both psychoanalytic and others, will find both Rosen’s and Erickson’s approaches compatible with their own and far removed from their preconceptions about hypnosis. Providing guidelines for providers of individual and group therapy, this book is an excellent guide to Ericksonian hypnotherapy.
Storiesfor the third ear: Using hypnoticfables in psychotherapy. NeWYork: Norton. Underscoring the vital importance qfbasicpremises ofestablishing rapport, understanding and utilizing the client's story, language, frame of reference, ...
Author: George W. Burns
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
An invitation to observe and learn the therapeutic art of storytelling Healing with Stories brings together a stellar collection of some of the world's most prominent practitioners, taking you inside their thinking and processes for working with metaphors. They represent the panorama of metaphor practice in psychotherapy today with considered, humorous, and compassionate case examples that step you through the intricacies for replicating their work in your own. This is a book for family therapists who work with children, adults, and families, as well as for hypnotherapists, cognitive behavioral therapists, narrative therapists, dynamic therapists, solution-focused therapists, and child therapists. In fact, all therapists who wish to communicate their therapeutic messages with the greatest effectiveness will find this book to be an essential and useful clinical tool. Contributors include: * Richard Kopp * Julie H. Linden * Mikaela J. Hildebrandt * Lindsay B. Fletcher * Steven C. Hayes * Michael D. Yapko * Valerie E. Lewis * Gregory Smit * Joy Nel * Christine Perry * Joyce C. Mills * Rubin Battino * Carol A Hicks-Lankton * Wendel A. Ray * Jana P. Sutton * Robert McNeilly * Roxanna Erickson-Klein * Angela Ebert * Hasham Al Musawi * Teresa Garcia-Sanchez * George W. Burns Praise for Healing with Stories "George Burns has done an expert job of compiling a definitive work that demystifies the ever-versatile metaphor. Whether you are a novice or an expert clinician, you will find a treasury of story interventions along with the 'inside scoop' on how each was created and applied to bring success in nineteen unforgettable case chapters. Better yet, you'll be able to create your own healing metaphors thanks to the expert guidance of a wide range of talented storytellers. Don't miss out on this one!" --Maggie Phillips, PhD, author of Finding the Energy to Heal and coauthor of Healing the Divided Self "If you want to be inspired, entertained, and enlightened, Healing with Stories is the book to read. George Burns, a master storyteller, has assembled a creative, diverse group of clinicians to share their ideas about how metaphor can be used with a variety of problems and clients. The result is a fascinating array of insights into metaphor's role in the healing process." --Richard G. Whiteside, MSW, author of Becoming Dragon
Using fairy tales during hypnotherapy in bulimerexia and other psychological problems. ... A new approach with fairy tales as anchoring devices in hypnotherapy. ... Stories for the third ear: Using hypnotic fables in psychotherapy.
Author: George W. Burns
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A comprehensive guide to understanding and using storytelling intherapy with kids and teens "George Burns is a highly experienced clinician with the remarkableability to create, discover, and tell engaging stories that canteach us all the most important lessons in life. With 101 HealingStories for Kids and Teens, he strives especially to help kidsand teens learn these life lessons early on, providing themopportunities for getting help and even learning to thinkpreventively." -Michael D. Yapko, PhD | Author of Breaking the Patterns ofDepression and Hand-Me-Down Blues "George Burns takes the reader on a wonderful journey, balancingmetaphor, good therapeutic technique, and empirical foundationsduring the trip. Given that Burns utilizes all three aspects of theConfucian story referred to in the book-teaching, showing, andinvolving-readers should increase their understanding of howstories can be used therapeutically." -Richard G. Whiteside, MSW | Author of The Art of Using and LosingControl and Working with Difficult Clients: A Practical Guide toBetter Therapy "A treasure trove for parents and for professionals in thechild-development fields." -Jeffrey K. Zeig, PhD | Director, The Milton H. EricksonFoundation Stories can play an important and potent role in therapy withchildren and adolescents-helping them develop the skills to copewith and survive a myriad of life situations. In many cases,stories provide the most effective means of communicating what kidsand teens might not want to discuss directly. 101 Healing Stories for Kids and Teens provides straightforwardadvice on using storytelling and metaphors in a variety oftherapeutic settings. Ideal for all who work with young people,this unique resource can be combined with other inventive andevidence-based techniques such as play, art, music, and dramatherapies as well as solution focused, hypnotic, andcognitive-behavioral approaches. Offering guidance for newclinicians and seasoned professionals, George Burns's latest workdelivers a unique combination-information on incorporatingstorytelling in therapy, dozens of ready-made stories, and tips forcreating original therapeutic stories. Innovative chapters include: * Guidance for effective storytelling * Using metaphors effectively * Where to get ideas for healing stories * Planning and presenting healing stories * Teaching parents to use healing stories In addition, 101 Healing Stories for Kids and Teens includes dozensof story ideas designed to address a variety of issues, suchas: * Enriching learning * Teaching self-care * Changing patterns of behavior * Managing relationships, emotions, and life challenges * Creating helpful thoughts * Developing life skills and problem-solving techniques
Africa this is often called speaking to the "third ear." We can also tell parables for the "third ear." These then are our basic sources of stories as we learn to "think in story." In learning how to think in this way it will be helpful ...
Author: Richard A. Jensen
Publisher: CSS Publishing
Jensen draws clues from the storytelling tradition which underlies much of Scripture to develop a carefully constructed rationale and design for narrative preaching. Chapters detail "sources for stories" and offer field-tested examples.
Assign Stories for the Third Ear (11) A. Selections from the book Stories for the Third Ear (Wallas) were assigned to the client to help him/her reduce the emotional intensity around life conflicts. B. The client followed through with ...
Twice Told Tales : The Psychological Uses of Fairy Tales . Wilmette , IL : Chiron Publications ... Fairy Tales in Psychotherapy : The Creative Use of Old and New Tales . Lewiston , NY : Hans Huber ... Stories for the Third Ear .
Author: Allison M. Cox
Publisher: New Society Publishers
Category: Performing Arts
The Healing Heart provides powerful examples of the use of stories and storytelling in encouraging resiliency, empathy, respect, and healing. These engaging books contain stories, and narratives about the use of the stories in activities with different populations (children, teens, those with disabilities, seniors, inmates, etc.) or which address specific social or community problems (addictions, poverty, violence, racism, environmental degra-dation, homelessness, abuse). The books are a collective effort containing the expertise of more than 60 storytellers and health professionals who illustrate the power of story in moving others to commitment and action, in building self-esteem and mutual respect. The Healing Heart ~ Families focuses on families, dealing specifically with healing through story, health promotion, disease prevention, early childhood intervention, children with medical problems, adopting families, schools, sexual identities, grief, and spiritual healing. The Healing Heart ~ Communities focuses on community-building, with sections on youth, violence prevention, poverty, domestic violence, substance abuse and addiction, racism, elders, culture, environmental protection, homelessness, and community development. Allison Cox is a therapist and Prevention Specialist, in Tacoma, Washington, with 20 years experience as a professional storyteller, and is a founder of the Healing Story Alliance—part of the National Storytelling Network. David Albert is a storyteller, writer, and Senior Planner and Policy Analyst with the Washington State Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse, and a contributor to Spinning Tales, Weaving Hope (New Society, 2002).
What a torture are books written in German to a reader who has a THIRD ear! How indignantly he stands beside the slowly turning swamp of sounds without tune and rhythms without dance, which Germans call a “book”!
Parables and fairy tales are a great source of wise advice, albeit sometimes couched in metaphor and symbolism. As such they operate partly at a subconscious level: the child will ... Stories for the Third Ear by Lee Wallas (1985) ...
Author: Steve Bowkett
Jumpstart! Thinking Skills and Problem Solving presents a collection of simple to use, multi-sensory games and activities which will jumpstart students’ understanding of problem solving in action. If you are one of the thousands of teachers looking for a range of practical and fun ideas to engage pupils in effective proactive learning, then this is the perfect book for you. Specifically written to help teachers work within the guidelines of the new curriculum, activities in the book will help pupils to explore and learn a wide range of problem solving and independent thinking skills in an atmosphere of fun, mutual support and tolerance. Sections within the book reflect key areas of the new curriculum and offer a treasure trove of ideas for building problem solving and thinking skills into daily teaching.and provide tried and tested methods of helping children ‘learn how to learn’. Areas include:- Building problem solving confidence Thinking and problem solving in literacy Thinking and Problem solving in science Problem solving in philosophy Emotional resourcefulness and life skills Jumpstart! Thinking Skills and Problem Solving will celebrate the joy of critical and independent thinking and become a vital resource for all classroom teachers at Key Stage 2 and 3.
The latter was studied by the developers of NLP, who described their findings in the books Patterns of the Hypnotic Techniques of ... Stories for the Third Ear: Using Hypnotic Fables in Psychology (Wallas, 1985), describes a variety of ...
Author: Philip Barker
Provides a theoretical and practical introduction to the use of metaphors in therapy, outlining which clinical situations lend themselves to the use of metaphorical strategies and how to use metaphors to develop rapport between therapist and client.
Although the Anansi tales are about wit and vanity, McDermott dwells on the rural setting, “this story is from a long ... who wrote Anansi Finds a Fool (1992), Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ears (1975), Tales of the Third Ear (1969), ...
Author: Vivian Yenika-Agbaw
Category: Literary Criticism
Representing Africa in Children’s Literature explores how African and Western authors portray youth in contemporary African societies, critically examining the dominant images of Africa and Africans in books published between 1960 and 2005. The book focuses on contemporary children’s and young adult literature set in Africa, examining issues regarding colonialism, the politics of representation, and the challenges posed to both "insiders" and "outsiders" writing about Africa for children.
Writer of African and Chicano folktales for children. ... 1960; The Sky-God Stories, 1960; More Tales from the Story Hat, 1966; Tales for the Third Ear: From Equatorial Africa, 1969; Behind the Back of the Mountain: Black Folktales From ...
The third ear was standing up back there on her rear end, just in front of her bushy tail, probably for hearing things better that sneak up behind her. That's the idea I came up with. You know, she had front and back listening devices ...
Author: Tygo Lee
For all those who love cats and good-natured fables, this will be an enjoyable reading experience. With an interesting variety of captivating storylines, you will be gently whisked away into colorful fantasy worlds in these entertaining and heartwarming tales. As the enchanting stories unfold in Furry Fables, you'll meet up with a jolly purple rabbit, a talkative tree, a mysterious mountain dweller, a helpful village sheriff, a happy-go-lucky kitty, a clumsy bear, and you'll get in on a touching farewell to an old friend. All of the magical tales revolve around personable cats that come in contact with lively and fascinating characters. Furry Fables-- a part of Tygo Lee's unique collection of creative writings that range from the serious to the carefree and humorous, thoughtfully brought to life through a great variety of magical fables, fantasy tales, inspirational stories, and reflections. A dreamy world of wonder and imagination is awaiting you now.
Though storytellers will need to have different types of stories in their repertoires for different occasions, ... Tales for the Third Ear: From Equatorial Africa.7 Likewise, the storyteller can convey to children the kinship of peoples ...
Author: Ellin Greene
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Join the countless professionals who have benefited from the best how to storytelling guide available today. Storytelling: Art and Technique is a proven handbook and selection tool that shows you how to select, prepare, and tell stories to and for children aged 3 to 13. Ideal for both beginning and experienced storytellers working in public or school library settings, this useful volume reveals the storyteller's art—from planning through performance.
Tell It by Heart: Women and the Healing Power of Story. Chicago: Open Court, 1995. ... 63 wisdom tales along with reflections and therapeutic applications Mills, Joyce C., and Richard J. Crowley. ... Stories for the Third Ear.
Author: Allison M. Cox
Publisher: New Society Publishers
Category: Family & Relationships
Stories and narratives aimed at helping families work through an array of subjects like health, illness, grief, adoption, sexual identity, and school. The Healing Heart provides powerful examples of the use of stories and storytelling in encouraging resiliency, empathy, respect, and healing. These engaging books contain stories, and narratives about the use of the stories in activities with different populations (children, teens, those with disabilities, seniors, inmates, etc.) or which address specific social or community problems (addictions, poverty, violence, racism, environmental degradation, homelessness, abuse). The books are a collective effort containing the expertise of more than 60 storytellers and health professionals who illustrate the power of story in moving others to commitment and action, in building self-esteem and mutual respect. The Healing Heart ~ Families focuses on families, dealing specifically with healing through story, health promotion, disease prevention, early childhood intervention, children with medical problems, adopting families, schools, sexual identities, grief, and spiritual healing. The Healing Heart ~ Communities focuses on community-building, with sections on youth, violence prevention, poverty, domestic violence, substance abuse and addiction, racism, elders, culture, environmental protection, homelessness, and community development. Praise for The Healing Heart ~ Families “Both children and adults, sick or well, need the embrace of soulful storytelling. They need to witness and be witnessed, for it is in this state that healing occurs . . . . If newscasters were to read aloud each night to their listeners for 1,001 nights one of the stories from this treasury, we would all be healed and lose our fear, recapturing real security in our homeland.” —N. Michael Murphy, MD, author of The Wisdom of Dying “An extraordinary work . . . . Hit the bulls eye by providing both process and practice. Thought provoking and insightful theory is intertwined with appropriate stories for direct application. It makes clear that story can be a powerful catalyst for change, giving eloquent voice to what many of us have known for some time but have been unable to express. What a gift for those who work with families!” —Elizabeth Ellis, co-author of Inviting the Wolf In: Thinking about Difficult Stories