John G. Watkins
John Goodrich Watkins (17 March 1913 - 12 January 2012) was a United States psychologist best known for his work in the areas of hypnosis, dissociation, and multiple personalities. With his wife, Helen Watkins, he developed ego-state therapy, which uses analysis of underlying personalities, rather than traditional talk therapy, to find the causes of psychological problems.
John G Watkins died on 12 January 2012. He was 98 years old.
- Watkins, John G. (January 1971). "The affect bridge: a hypnoanalytic technique". The International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. Taylor and Francis. 19 (1): 21–27. doi:10.1080/00207147108407148.
- Watkins, John G. (1947). Hypnotherapy of War Neuroses. The Ronald Press Company. ISBN 978-0-9819284-5-6.
- Watkins, John G. (1987). The Practice of Clinical Hypnosis. Irvington Publishers. ISBN 0-82901-462-4.
- Watkins, John G. (1997). Ego States, Theory and Therapy. ISBN 0-393-70259-6.
- Watkins, John G. (2001). Adventures in Human Understanding. ISBN 1-899836-75-6.
- Watkins, John G. (2005). Emotional Resonance, Sentient Publications. ISBN 1-59181-042-6.
- Watkins, John G. (2008). Advanced Hypnotherapy. ISBN 0-415-95627-7.
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