Publications By Michele Ritterman
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  "Featured Cover Interview of Michele Ritterman, Ph.D.," by Michael Hoyt, M.H. Erickson Foundation Newsletter, Vo. 39. “The Single Stroke: What Makes Zingers Zing," pp. 163-171, in Creative Therapy in Challenging Situations, eds. Hoyt and Bobele, Routledge, 2019.

"One Session Therapy: Fast New Stance Using the Three Minute Trance," The International Journal of Psychosocial and Cultural Genomics Conciousness & Health Research

"To Do the Impossible: A Four-Part Poetic Essay on Responding to Human Evil"



  "The Tao of a Woman," Chapter 24, pp. 217-231, What’s Love Got to Do With it, Hoyt. Therapist stories of Inspiration, Passion, and Renewal. Routledge.  


  "One Session Therapy: Fast New Stance Using The Slow-Mo Three Minute Trance," from Hoyt and Talman. Ed. Bothel, CT. crown House Publishers. Capturing the Moment: Single Session Therapies and walk-in Services.  


  "The Philosophical Position of the Ericksonian Psychotherapist," The Handbook of Ericksonian Psychotherapy, edited by Geary and Zeig, Tucker and Theisen, Inc., Publishers, February, 2002.  
2000 "Ten Points of Ericksonian Psychotherapy," Zeig-Tucker Publishers.
1995 "Stopping the Clock," Networker, pp. 45-51, paper on time in pscyhotherapy.


  “Trance and Trauma,” 1994 NCSH Newsletter, review of Michele’s work before diagnosis of PTSD was created, by Charles Holton. Just add to list.

"Five-Part Poetic Induction in Favor of Human Decency," accepted for publication by Brunner Mazel, editor, Jeffrey K. Zeig.

1992 "Notes of a Psychology Watcher: Words that Harm, Words that Heal," Erickson Newsletter, Vol. 12, No. 3, Autumn, Phoenix, AZ.  


  Living with Love and Terror,” 1991 FALL issue, VOL 27, ISSUE ON POWER AND EVIL, BY JURGEN HARGENS  PP. 55-58, about the work of Michele on torture and other forms of terror.  
1990 "Hope Under Siege: Terror and Family Support in Chile, From Frontiers of Psychotherapy Series, " Ablex, Norwood, NJ. "Understanding and Treating Latin American Torture Survivers," with Rich Simon, in The Social and Political Contexts of Family Therapy, Marsha Mirkin, Allyn and Bacon, pp. 277-288.
1988 "Liebe Und Terror: in Chile," Verlag Modernes Lernen, Dortmund, Germany "Empleo de Hipnosis en Terapia Familiar," Book Translated into Spanish, Amorrotu Editores, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
1987 "Inhumanity and the Human Family," Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, Vol. 7, No. 1, Editor's Guest Article. "Symptome: Zwschen Sozialer, Repression und Innerer Freiheit," in Familien Dynamik, Klett-Cotta, Stuttgart, Germany, Heft 1, Jan., pp. 15-39.
1986 "Exploring Relationships Between Ericksonian Hypnotherapy and Family Therapy," in Indirect Approaches in Therapy, Steve de Shazer, Ed., Aspen Publishers, Rockville, MD "The Bridge is Love," Report from Human Rights Taskforce of American Family Therapy Association, (AFTA). AFTA Newsletter, #26, Winter, pp.. 24-28.
"Torture: The Counter-Therapy of the State," The Family Therapy Networker, January-February, 1987, pp. 43-47. "Agresion," Published in Spanish in Terapia Psicologica, Año V, No. 8, Santiago, Chile, pp. 54-60.

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