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Authored Clinical Books

Stephen authored three text books and coauthored three other books which are widely acclaimed for their explication of Ericksonian therapy. The publications are available from Crown House Press.

 

Lankton, S. (2008). Tools of intention: Strategies that inspire change. Williston, VT: Crown House Publications. ISBN: 978-0-9823288-0-4.

Lankton, S., & Lankton, C. (2008/1983). The answer within: A clinical framework of Ericksonian hypnotherapy.  Williston, VT: Crown House Publications.  ISBN: 978-184590121-9.

Lankton, S., & Lankton, C. (2007/1986).  Enchantment and intervention in family therapy: Using metaphors in family therapy. Williston, VT:  Crown Press. ISBN: 978-184590083-0.

Lankton, S. (2004). Assembling Ericksonian therapy: The collected papers of Stephen Lankton. Phoenix: Zeig-Tucker. ISBN: 1-932462-10-4.

Lankton, S. (2003/1980).  Practical magic: A translation of basic neuro linguistic program­ming into clinical psychotherapy (Rev. ed.). Williston, VT: Crown House. ISBN: 1-904424-11-2.

Lankton, C., & Lankton, S. (1989).  Tales of enchantment.  Levittonwn, PA: Taylor & Francis / Brunner-Routledge. ISBN: 0-87630-504-4.

Lankton, S. (1988).  A children's book to overcome Fears: The blammo - surprise book!.  New York:  Brunner Mazel. ISBN: 0-945354-11-8.

 

Edited Clinical Books

Regarding the Monographs Series below, follow this link for the complete Monographs table of contents and jackets.

 

Kumar, V. K., & Lankton, S. R. (Eds.). (2017).  Hypnotic Induction: Perspectives, Strategies, and Concerns.  New York: Routledge.

Lankton, S., & Zeig, J. (Eds.). (1994). Ericksonian monographs: Number 10. Difficult contexts for therapy.  New York: Brunner Mazel. ISBN: 0-87630-749-7.

Lankton, S., & Erickson, K. (Eds.). (1993).  Ericksonian monographs: Number 9. Essence of single session success. New York: Brunner Mazel. ISBN: 0-87630-727-6.

Lankton, S., Gilligan, S., & Zeig, J. (Eds.). (2017/1991).  Views on Ericksonian brief therapy, process and action: Number 8. New York: Brunner Mazel. ISBN: 0-87630-646-6 (hard); 978-1-138-00957-8 (paper).

Lankton, S. (Ed.). (1990).  Ericksonian monographs: Number 7.  Broader implications of Ericksonian therapy. New York: Brunner Mazel. ISBN: 0-87630-582-6.

Lankton, S., & Zeig, J. (Eds.). (2014/1989).  Ericksonian monographs: Number 6. Extrapola­tions: Demonstrations of Ericksonian therapy. New York: Brunner Mazel. ISBN: 0-87630-567-2 (hard); 978-1-138-00469-6 (paper).

Lankton, S. (Ed.). (1989).  Ericksonian monographs: Number 5. Ericksonian hypnosis: Application, preparation, and research. New York: Brunner Mazel.  ISBN: 0-87630-523-0.

Zeig, J., & Lankton, S. (Eds.). (1988).  Developing Ericksonian psychotherapy: State of the arts.  The proceedings of the third international congress on Ericksonian psychotherapy.   New York: Brunner Mazel. ISBN: 0-87630-501-X.

Lankton, S., & Zeig, J. (Eds.). (2017/1988).  Ericksonian monographs: Number 4. Research comparisons and medical applications. New York: Brunner Mazel.  ISBN: 0-87630-510-9 (hard); 978-1-138-00458-0 (paper).

Lankton, S., & Zeig, J. (Eds.). (1988).  Ericksonian monographs: Number 3. Special treatment populations. New York: Brunner Mazel.  ISBN: 0-87630-494-3.

Lankton, S. (Ed.). (1987).  Ericksonian monographs: Number 2. Central themes and underlying principles. New York: Brunner Mazel.  ISBN: 0-87630-470-6.

Lankton, S. (Ed.). (1985).  Ericksonian monographs: Number 1. Elements and dimensions of an Ericksonian approach. New York: Brunner Mazel. ISBN: 0-87630-411-0.

 

Chapters and Articles

 

Lankton, S. (2022). Emanated Imagery: Shaping Presupposed Success. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 65(2), ??-??.

Lankton, S. (2022).  Foreword.  In E. L. Rossi, R. Erickson-Klein, & K. L. Rossi (Eds.).  The collected works of Milton H. Erickson, Volume 1: The Nature of Therapeutic Hypnosis, xv-xxiv. Digital Edition, http://erickson-rossi.com; ISBN: 987-1-7351114-0-7.

Lankton, S. (2021). The Game Grid. International Journal of Transactional Analysis Research & Practice, 12(1), 3-17, July 2021. https://ijtarp.org/article/view/v12i1p3/14048

Lankton, S. (2021). What Milton Erickson said about being Ericksonian. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 63(1), 4-13.

Lankton, S. (2019). Use of Multiple-Embedded Metaphor to Facilitate Change. In M. Jensen (Ed.) Hypnotic Techniques, Vol. 1: Favorite Methods of Master Clinicians, pp. 82-94. Denny Creek, WA: Denny Creek Press.

Lankton, S. (2017). Conscious/unconscious dissociation induction: Increasing hypnotic performance with resistant clients. In V. K. Kumar & Stephen R. Lankton (Eds.). Hypnotic Induction: Perspectives, Strategies, and Concerns, 53-63. New York: Routledge.

Lankton, S. (2017). A conscious/unconscious dissociation induction. In M. Jensen (Ed.) Effective hypnotic inductions: Advice and examples from masters, pp. 52-72. Denny Creek, WA: Denny Creek Press.

Lankton, S. (2017). Training in Therapy - Induction without Scripts. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 59(3), 276-281.

Lankton, S. (2016). Conscious/unconscious dissociation induction: increasing hypnotic performance with resistant clients. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 59(2), 175-185.

Lankton, S. (2015).  Using metaphor with clients.  In K. Corcoran and A. Roberts, (Eds.) Social workers' desk reference, Third Edition, pp. 629-639. New York: Oxford University Press.

Lankton, S. (2015). Hypnosis and therapy for a case of vomiting, nausea, and pain. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis (58)1, 63-80.

Lankton, S. (2015). Editorial: A SoC model of hypnosis and induction. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 57(4), 367-377.

Lankton, S. (2015).  Hypnotherapy. Encyclopedia of theory in counseling and psychotherapy, pp. 524-528. Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage Publications.

Lankton, S. (2010). A basic footprint of Milton H. Erickson's process of change. In E. L. Rossi, R. Erickson-Klein, & K. L. Rossi (Eds.).  The collected works of Milton H. Erickson: Classical hypnotic phenomena, part 2 (Vol. 6), 345-357. Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation Press.

Lankton, S. (2010).  Ericksonian approaches to hypnosis and therapy.  In D. Barrett (Ed.) Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy (Vol. 2): Applications in psychotherapy and medicine, pp. 1-48. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.

Lankton, S. (2010). Using hypnosis in Redecision Therapy.  Transactional Analysis Journal, 40(2), 99-107.

Lankton, S. & Matthews, W.  (2010). An Ericksonian model of clinical hypnosis. In S. Lynn, J. Rhue, & I. Kirsch (Eds.) Handbook of clinical hypnosis, Second edition, pp. 209-238. American Psychological Association Press.

Lankton, S. (2009).  Using metaphor with clients.  In Roberts, A. (Ed.) Social workers' desk reference, Second Edition, pp. 578-587. New York: Oxford University Press.

Lankton, S. (2009). Inspiring change: How to use tools of intention for positive outcomes. In G. W. Burns (Ed). Happiness, healing, enhancement: Your casebook collection for applying positive psychology in psychotherapy. pp. 279-290. John Wiley & Son, Hoboken, NJ.

Lankton, S. (2009). An interview with Stephen Lankton. Australian Journal of Hypnotherapy and Hypnosis, 32(2), 31-61.

Lankton, S. (2008). Hypnosis In couple’s therapy: Forming positive unconscious contracts. Family Therapy Magazine, July 2008, 32-35. The American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.

Lankton, S. (2008). An Ericksonian approach to clinical hypnosis. In M. Nash & A. Barnier (Eds.) Oxford handbook of hypnosis, pp.467-486. Oxford Press.

Lankton, S. (2007). Psychotherapeutic intervention for numerous and large viral warts with adjunctive hypnosis: A case study. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 49(3), 211-218.

Lankton, S. (2005). Foreword. In D. Short, B. A. Erickson, and R. E. Klein (Authors), Hope and resiliency: Understanding the psychotherapeutic strategies of Milton H. Erickson, pp. iii-ix. New York: Crown House Publishers.

Lankton, S. (2004).  Both sides of the story. In Kottler, J. & Carlson, J. (2004). Their finest hour: Master therapists share their greatest success stories, pp. 159-164. New York. Pearson, Allyn & Bacon Publishing.

Lankton, S.R. (2003). Brief marital therapy. Summary statement in NIMH Empirically Supported Psychological Interventions. Retrieved from http://www.therapyadvisor.com.

Lankton, S. (2003).  Saved by a ghost. In J. Kottler, & J. Carlson (Eds.). The mummy at the dining room table: Eminent therapists reveal their most unusual cases. pp. 264-274. Jossey-Bass/Wiley.

Lankton, S. (2002).  The speaking the client’s language.  In J. Kottler, & J. Carlson (Eds.) Bad therapy: Master therapists share their worst failures, pp. 67-74. New York:  Brunner-Routledge.

Lankton, S. (2002).  Using metaphor with clients.  In Roberts, A. and Greene, G. (Eds.) Social workers' desk reference, pp. 385-391. New York: Oxford University Press.

Lankton, S. (2002).  Forward. In Battino, Rubin (Author), Metaphoria: Metaphor and Guided Metaphor for Psychotherapy and Healing, pp. v-xv. Williston, VT: Crown House Publishing.

Lankton, S. (2001). Goal-directed interventions for decisive resolution of coping limitations resulting from moderate and severe trauma. In B. Geary, & J. Zeig (Eds.). The handbook of Ericksonian psychotherapy, pp. 195-211. Phoenix, AZ. The Milton H. Erickson Foundation Press.

Lankton, S. (2001). Using hypnosis in brief therapy.  Journal of Brief Therapy, 1(1), pp. 17-32, Winter 2001, Springer Publishing.

Lankton, S. (2001) Jay Haley’s impact on the rise of Ericksonian Therapy. Changing directives: The strategic therapy of Jay Haley, pp. 59-83.  The Milton Erickson Foundation Press, Phoenix, AZ.

Lankton, S., Lankton, C., Brown, M. (2001).  Psychological level communication in Transactional Analysis. Volume of Selected Articles from the transactional analysis journal, pp. 35-47.  Oakland, CA.: International Transactional Analysis Association.

Lankton, S., (2001).  Ericksonian therapy. In Corsini, R. (Ed.). Handbook of innovative psychotherapy, Second edition, pp. 194-205. New York: Wiley.

Lankton, S., & Lankton, C., (2001). Spezifische Phobien: Komplexes Dissoziation-Assoziation-Verfahren. In D. Revenstorf, & B. Perter (Eds.) Hypnose in psychotherapie, psychosomatik und medizin, pp. 449-456.  New York: Springer.

Lankton, S., (2000).  Ericksonian Hypnotherapy. In R. Corsini (Ed.). Six therapists and one client, second edition, pp. 15-84. New York: Wiley.

Lankton, S., (2000). Hypnosis. In D. Dollemore, et. al. (Eds.). Seniors guide to pain-free living, pp. 122-125.  New York: Rodale.

Lankton, S., Lankton, C. (1998). Ericksonian emergent epistemologies: Embracing a new paradigm. In M. F. Hoyt (Ed.). The handbook of constructive therapies. pp. 116-136. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Lankton, S. (1998). Decisive resolution of trauma in brief therapy, In Go Inside, Retrieved Apr., 1998 from http://goinside.com,

Lankton, S., Lankton, C. (1997).  Ericksonian approaches in social work. In R. Dorfman (Ed.). Paradigms in clinical social work, Vol. 2, pp. 149-184. New York: Brunner Mazel.

Lankton, S., Lankton, C., Bloom, P. (1997). How does a Non-Ericksonian integrate Ericksonian techniques?  In W. Matthews, & J. Edgette (Eds.). The evolution of brief therapy: An annual publication of the Milton H. Erickson Foundation, volume 1, pp. 77-91.  New York: Brunner Mazel.

Lankton, S., Lankton, C.  (1997). Application of Ericksonian principles to larger systems in W.  Matthews, & J.  Edgette (Eds.). Current thinking and research in brief therapy: solutions, strategies, narratives, pp. 215-238.  New York: Brunner Mazel.

Lankton, S. (1995). Milton Erickson’s contribution to therapy, Retrieved July, 1995 from http://lankton.com/epist-bg.htm.

Lankton, S. (1994). Everything is problem solving: The essence of the story. In J. Zeig (Ed.), Ericksonian methods: The essence of the story, pp. 99-116. New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Matthews, W., Lankton, S., Lankton, C. (1993) An Ericksonian model of hypno­therapy, In E. Kirsch, S. Lynn, J. Rhue (Eds.) The handbook of clinical hypnosis, pp. 187-214. American Psychological Association Press.

Lankton, S., Lankton, C., & Matthews, W. (1991).  Ericksonian family therapy. In A. Gurman & D. Kniskern (Eds.),  The handbook of family therapy, Vol. 2, pp. 239-283. New York: Brunner Mazel.

Lankton, S. & Lankton, C.  (1991). Climbing squaw peak with Stephen Lankton.  In H. Klippstein (Ed.), Ericksonian hypnotherapeutic group inductions, pp. 223-247.  New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Lankton, S. & Lankton, C.  (1990). Systemic treatment of family members. Journal of Couples Therapy, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 77-87. Haworth Press.

Lankton, S. (1990).  Ericksonian - strategic therapy.  In J. Zeig and M. Munion (Eds.) What is psychotherapy: Contemporary perspectives, pp. 363-370. New York: Jossey-Bass.

Lankton, S. (1990).  Using hypnosis to motivate clients with a history of early family violence. In  S. Lankton & J. Zeig (Eds.).  Ericksonian monographs:  Number 6:  Ericksonian therapy verbatim, pp. 43-60. New York:  Brun­ner/Mazel.

Lankton, S. (1989). Just do good therapy. In S. Gilligan & J. Zeig (Eds.), Brief therapy:  Myths, methods, and metaphors, pp. 62-77. New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Lankton, S. (1988).  Ericksonian systemic approach. In S. Lankton & J. Zeig (Eds.), Developing Ericksonian psychotherapy, state of the  arts: Proceedings of the third international congress on Ericksonian approaches to psychotherapy, pp. 417-437. New York: Brun­ner/Mazel.

Lankton, S. (1987).  The scramble technique. In S. Lankton (Ed.) The Ericksonian monographs, number 2: Themes and principles of Ericksonian therapy, 56-68.  New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Lankton, S. (1987).  Hypnotherapy today:  The Ericksonian influence.  In A. Dittrich and C. Scharfetter (Ed.) Ethnopsychotherapie, pp. 200-213. Stuttgart,  W. Germany:  Enke‑Verlag.

Lankton, S. (1987).  Hypnosis and hypnotherapy. In A. Stanway (Ed.) The natural family doctor, pp. 310-313.  London, England:  Gala Books Limited.

Lankton, S. & Lankton, C.  (1987).  Self-Image thinking: Power secret, in Bottom line/personal, (8)  20, p. 9.  Box 1027, Millburn, NJ 07041. Oct. 30, 1987.

Lankton, S. (1987).  Papa don't preach, in The family therapy networker, March-April 1987, pp. 50-53. Washington, DC.

Lankton, S., Lankton, C., Brown, M. (1986).  Livello psicologico di comunicazione. Analisi Transazionale. Rivista Italiana de analisi transazionale e metodologie psicoterapeutiche, (VI) 10, pp. 38-56. Rome: Elengraf.

Lankton, S. (1986).  How can you decide which metaphors are right for a particular client.  In G. Edelstien, D. Araoz, & B. Zilbergeld (Eds.),  Questions and answers in the practice of hypnosis, pp. 261-267.  New York:  Norton and Co.

Lankton, S. (1985).  Multiple Embedded Metaphor and Diagnosis. In Jeffrey K. Zeig (Ed.) Ericksonian approaches psycho­therapy, Vol. 1:  Structures, pp. 171-195. New York: Brunner/Mazel Publishers.

Lankton, S. (1985). A states of consciousness model of Ericksonian hypnotherapy. In S. Lank­ton (Ed.) Ericksonian monographs number 1: Elements and dimensions of an Ericksonian approach, pp. 26-41.  New York:  Brunner/Mazel.

Lankton, S. (1985). Klientenspezifische formulierung therapeutischer metaphern oder: Fur jeden klienten die richtige story.  In Hypnose und kognition, April 1985, pp. 54-62. Munich­en: Steinbauer & Rau.

Lankton, S. & Lankton, C.  (1985). Ericksonian styles of paradoxical therapy. In G. Weeks (Ed.) Promoting change through paradoxical therapy, pp. 134-186.   Homewood, Illinois: Dorsey Press.

Lankton, S. (1982).  The occurrence and use of trance phenomena in non‑hypnotic therapies. In J. K. Zeig (Ed.), Ericksonian approaches to hypnosis and psychotherapy, pp. 132-143. New York:  Brunner/Mazel Publishers.

Lankton, S., Lankton, C., & Brown, M.  (1981). Psychological level communica­tion in Transactional Analysis, Transactional analysis journal, 11(4), pp. 287-299. October, 1981. San Francisco: Transactional Analysis Press.

Lankton, S. (1980).  Experience chains: Change at a higher level. In J. Cassius (Ed.), Horizons in bioenergetics, pp. 56-73, Memphis: Promethean Publications.

 

Clinical Training Video Tapes and DVDs

Many of these professional training videos are available from the Milton H. Erickson Foundation, Inc., 2632 E Thomas Rd #200, Phoenix, AZ 85016, 602-956-6196 (voice), or email them.

 

Lankton, S. (2016).  Using Hypnosis in Brief Therapy: Clinical Demonstration 05, DV10 (DVD & MP3 Recording No. BT16-CD05-DVD-MPS). Phoenix, Arizona: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, Inc.

Lankton, S. (2015).  Experiential Hypnosis: Clinical Demonstration 11, DV10 (DVD & MP3 Recording No. IC15-CD11-DVD). Phoenix, Arizona: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, Inc.

Lankton, S. (2008). Using hypnosis in a brief therapy demonstration (DVD & MP3 Recording No. BT08-CD07-MP3). Phoenix, Arizona: Milton H. Erickson Founda­tion, Inc.

Lankton, S. (2008).  Unlocking Inner Resources. (DVD 719-505). 2008 Psychotherapy Networker Symposium: Washington, DC.

Lankton, S. (2007).  Enchanting the Child and Honoring the Adult: Psychological Level Communication and the Language of Hypnotic Induction.  (AM07-0807. San Francisco, CA: International Transactional Analysis Association

Lankton, S. (2007). Advanced hypnosis course 02 (DVD & MP3 Recording No. IC07-AH02-MP3). Phoenix, Arizona: Milton H. Erickson Founda­tion, Inc.

Lankton, S. (2007). Indirect suggestions & therapeutic binds in hypnosis: Workshop 27 (DVD & MP3 Recording No. IC07-WS26-MP3). Phoenix, Arizona: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, Inc.

Lankton, S. (2007).  Fundamental hypnosis workshop 07 (DVD & MP3 Recording No. IC07-FHWS07-MP3). Phoenix, Arizona: Milton H. Erickson Founda­tion, Inc.

Lankton, S. (2006). Introducing Hypnosis into Psychotherapy: Clinical Demonstration, DV10 (DVD & MP3 Recording No. BT06-DV10). Phoenix, Arizona: Milton H. Erickson Founda­tion, Inc.

Lankton, S. (2004).  Introductory Techniques, (DVD & MP3 Recording No. IC04-FH1). Phoenix, Arizona: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, Inc.

Lankton, S. (2003). Pain control in brief therapy (Videotape Recording). Phoenix, Arizona: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, Inc.

Lankton, S. (1999). The joy of doing very little (Videotape Recording). Phoenix, Arizona: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, Inc.

Lankton, S. (1998). Examining the resolution of anxiety and pain problems using hypnosis (Videotape Recording). Phoenix, Arizona: Zeig and Tucker Publishers, Inc.

Lankton, S. (1998). Brief therapy inside out: Ericksonian approaches using hypnosis (part 1 & 2) (Videotape Recording). Phoenix, Arizona: Zeig and Tucker Publishers, Inc.

Lankton, S. (1997).  Generalizing change for profound work in a single session (Videotape Recording).  Phoenix, Arizona: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, Inc.

Lankton, S. (1996). Brief therapy with hypnosis (Videotape Recording).  Phoenix, Arizona: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, Inc.

Lankton, S. (1995). Identifying the vital elements to change in a session using hypnosis. (Videotape Recording).  Munich, Germany: Milton H. Erickson Gesellschaft.

Lankton, S. (1995). Hypnosis (brief therapy) and pain control. (Videotape Recording). Munich, Germany: Milton H. Erickson Gesellschaft.

Lankton, S. (1994) Re-negotiating treatment contacts before and during hypnotherapy (Videotape Recording).  Phoenix, Arizona: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, Inc.

Lankton, S. (1993). Getting wheels in action in brief therapy (Videotape Recording).  Phoenix, Arizona: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, Inc.

Lankton, S. (1992). The role of association and dissociation in co-creating experience in therapy (Videotape Recording).  Phoenix, Arizona: Milton H. Erickson Founda­tion, Inc.

Lankton, S. (1988).  The use of hypnotherapy to motivate clients with a history of physical and sexual abuse (Videotape Recording). Phoenix, Arizona: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, Inc.

Lankton, S. (1986).  Hypnosis and family therapy (Videotape Recording). Phoenix, Arizona: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, Inc.

Lankton, S. & Lankton, C., (1984) The Use of Multiple Embedded Metaphor for Psychological Reassociation (Video Recording). Phoenix, Arizona:  Milton H. Erickson Foundation, Inc.

Lankton, S. (1983). Clinical use of trance phenomena for therapy and pain control (Videotape Recording). Phoenix, Arizona: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, Inc.

Lankton, S. & Lankton, C., (1982). Dual induction with dissocia­tion (Videotape Recording). Phoenix, Arizona: Milton H. Erickson Founda­tion, Inc.

Lankton, S. (1981). Varieties of indirect suggestion (Videotape Recording). Phoenix, Arizona: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, Inc.

 

Clinical Audio Tapes and CDs

 

Lankton, S. (2016).  Using Hypnosis in Brief Therapy: Clinical Demonstration 05,  (MP3 Recording No. BT16-MP3). Phoenix, Arizona: Milton H. Erickson Founda­tion, Inc.

Lankton, S., & Gilligan, S. (2016).  Creative Therapy Elicits and Requires Unique Experiences: Dialogue 1, (MP3 Recording No. BT16-D1). Phoenix, Arizona: Milton H. Erickson Founda­tion, Inc.

Lankton, S. (2016).  To Experience Change You Have to Change Experience, WS14, (MP3 Recording No. BT16-WS3). Phoenix, Arizona: Milton H. Erickson Founda­tion, Inc.

Lankton, S. (2016).  Self-Image Thinking and Tools of Intention, WS3, (MP3 Recording No. BT16-WS14). Phoenix, Arizona: Milton H. Erickson Founda­tion, Inc.

Lankton, S. (2008). Tools of intention: Strategies that inspire change: Eleven Fundamental Exercises. (Compact Disk Recording ISBN: 978-0-9823288-1-1). Williston, VT: Crown House Publications.

Lankton, S. (2008).  Moments with Milton:  Milton Erickson Panel. (280307-CD) American Society of Clinical Hypnosis: Bloomingdale, IL. 

Lankton, S. & Lankton, C. (1987).  Advanced metaphor demonstrations: enchant­ment and intervention (Cassette Recording). New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Lankton, S. & Lankton, C. (1983). Treatment Planning and Delivery. In Ericksonian Hypnotherapy: The psycho­logical sequelae of skin cancer (Cassette Recording). New York: Brun­ner/Mazel.

Lankton, S. & Lankton, C. (1983). The Case of Acute Hysterical Anxiety (Cassette Recording accompanying The An­s­wer Within). New York: Brun­ner/Mazel, Inc.

Lankton, S. & Lankton, C. (1982). Self‑image thinking program. . Transactional Analysis in Customer Treatment II. (Cassette Recording and 35mm-Slide Recording. Fort Worth, TX:  Ameri­can Airlines Personnel Resources.

 

Corporate Chapters, Articles, Slide-Tape, and TV Commercials

 

Lankton, S. & Xerox Corporation. (1997-9). “Document Engineering Methodology.” Virginia: Xerox Corp.

Lankton, S., and Puterbaugh, K.  (1998). Document engineering knowledge white paper, In Go Inside, Retrieved Jan. 1998 from https://bolesblogs.com/?s=Puterbaugh.

Lankton, S. (Writer). (1988). "Omnibus, Dollar Dry Dock Bank." (Motion picture: A one minute television marketing spot with modular spin-off component capabilities). NY, White Plains: Dollar Dry Dock Bank.

 


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