Book Publications

Gilligan, S.G. (1997) The courage to love: Principles and practices of self-relations psychotherapy. New York: Norton.

Gilligan, S. G. (1999) The legacy of Erickson: Selected papers of Stephen Gilligan. Santa Cruz, CA: NLP U Press (in press).

Gilligan, S.G. (1987). Therapeutic trances: The cooperation principle in Ericksonian hypnotherapy New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Gilligan, S. G. (1999) The generative self: A training workshop. Santa Cruz, CA: NLP U Press. (in press)

Gilligan, S. G., & Price, R. (1993) Therapeutic conversations. New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Zeig, J. K., & Gilligan, S.G., (Eds.). (1990). Brief therapy: Myths. methods. and metaphors. New York: Brunner/ Mazel.

Lankton, S. R., Gilligan, S. G., & Zeig, J. K. (Eds.) (1991). Ericksonian monographs, number 8: Views on Ericksonian brief therapy, process and action. New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Articles, Chapters, and Book Reviews

Bower, G. H., & Gilligan, S.G. (1979). Remembering information about one’s self. Journal of Research in Personality, 13, 420-432.

Bower, G. H., Gilligan, S.G., & Monteiro, K. P. (1981). Selective learning caused by affective states. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 1981, 110, 451-473.

Bower, G. H., Monteiro, K. P., & Gilligan, S.G. (1978). Emotional mood as a context for learning and recall. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 17, 573-585.

Gilligan, S.G. (1982). The Ericksonian approach to clinical hypnosis. In J. Zeig (Ed.), Ericksonian Approaches to Hypnosis and Psychotherapy. New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Gilligan, S.G., (1983). The use of confusion in Ericksonian hypnotherapy. New York Society of Ericksonian Psychotherapy and Hypnosis Newsletter, 1, 2-5.

Gilligan, S.G. (1983) Effects of emotional intensity on learning. Doctoral Dissertation, Stanford University Psychology Dept. Dissertation Abstracts International, pub.# 83-07,157.

Gilligan, S.G. (1985) Generative autonomy: Principles for an Ericksonian Psychotherapy. In J. Zeig (Ed.), Ericksonian Psychotherapy, Volume 1: Structures. New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Gilligan, S.G. (1988). Symptom phenomena as trance phenomena. In J. Zeig & S. Lankton (Eds.), Ericksonian psychotherapv: State of the art. New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Gilligan, S.G. (1988) Psychosomatic healing in Ericksonian hypnotherapy. Hypnose und Kognition, 5, 26-33.

Gilligan, S.G. (1989). The therapist as variety generator: Ericksonian interventions with depressed and anxious clients. In M. Yapko (Ed.), Brief therapy

Approaches to Treating Anxiety and Depression. New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Gilligan, S.G. (1989). Accessing unconscious processes. In S. Lankton and J. Zeig (Eds.), Ericksonian Monographs No.6: Extrapolations and demonstrations of Ericksonian therapy New York:: Brunner/Mazel.

Gilligan, S.G. (1989). Commentary on E. Rossi’s “Facilitating ‘Creative Moments’ in Hypnotherapy”. In S. Lankton and J. Zeig (Eds.), Ericksonian Monographs No 6: Extrapolations and demonstrations of Ericksonian therapy. New York: Brunner Mazel.

Gilligan, S.G. (1989). Book review of Carol Allen & Herb Lustig’s Tea with Demons. In S. Lankton (Ed.), Erickson Monographs No.5, Ericksonian hypnosis: Application, preparation and research. New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Gilligan, S.G. (1990). Book review of Erickson & Rossi’s The February Man. Family Therapy Networker July/August.

Gilligan, S.G., (1990). Coevolution of primary process in brief therapy. In J. K. Zeig & S. Gilligan (Eds.), Brief therapy: Myths. methods and metaphors New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Gilligan, S.G. (1990). In defense of hypnosis. In S. Lankton (Ed.), Ericksonian Monographs No.7: The broader implications of Ericksonian therapy, New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Gilligan, S.G. (1993). Therapeutic Rituals. In S. Gilligan & R. Price (Eds.), Therapeutic Conversations. New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Gilligan, S.G. (1994). The fight against fundamentalism: Searching for soul in Erickson’s legacy. In J. K. Zeig (Ed.), The Fundamentals of Ericksonian Psychotherapy. New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Gilligan, S.G. (1996). The relational self: The expanding of love beyond desire. In M. Hoyt (Ed.), Constructive therapies , Volume 2. New York: Guilford Press.

Gilligan, S. G. (1996). A river runs through it: The relational self in psychotherapy. Hypnosis International Mongraphs, 2, 195-209.

Gilligan, S. G. (1997). When I sit with a client. Journal of systemic therapies, 16, 2, 113-124.

Gilligan, S. G. (1997). Living in a post-Ericksonian world. In W. J. Matthews and J. Edgette (Eds.), Current thinking and research in brief therapy: Solutions, strategies, and narratives, Volume 1. New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Gilligan, S. G. (1998). Listening to our demons: When new identities struggle to emerge. Family Therapy Networker, September/October.

Gilligan, S. G. (1999). The experience of “negative otherness”: How shall we treat our enemies? In J. K. Zeig (Ed.), Brief therapy: Lasting impressions. Phoenix, AZ: Zeig Tucker Publications.

Gilligan, S. G. (1999). The principle of therapeutic sponsorship. Erickson Newsletter, (June issue).

Gilligan, S. G. (1999). EMDR and hypnosis: The same or different? In F. Shapiro (Ed.), EMDR and other treatment modalities. In press.

Gilligan, S. G. (2000) (in press) The problem is the solution: The principle of sponsorship in psychotherapy. In J. Zeig & B. Geary (Eds.), The handbook of Ericksonian therapy. Phoenix, AZ: Zeig Tucker Publications.

Gilligan, S.G., & Bower, G. H. (1983). Reminding and mood-congruent memory. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 1983, 21, 431-434.

Gilligan, S.G., & Bower, G. H. (1984). Cognitive consequences of emotional arousal. In C. E. Izard, J. Kagan & R. Zajonc (Eds.), Emotions, cognitions, and behavior. New York: Cambridge Press.

Gilligan, S.G., & Kennedy, S. M. (1989) Solutions and resolutions: Ericksonian hypnotherapy with incest survivors. Journal of strategic and systemic therapies , 1989, 8, 9-17.

Gilligan, S. G., & Carter, P. (1991). Age regression. In H. Klippstein (Ed.), Ericksonian hypnotherapeutic group inductions. New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Schwarz, R. & Gilligan, S. G. (1995). The devil is in the details: A book review of M. Yapko’s Suggestions of abuse. Family Therapy Networker.