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Once upon a time there was a king who danced on his toes
Journal Title: IPNOSI 
Author/s: Ilaria Genovesi, Carlotta Di Giusto, Francesca Lemmi 
Year:  2021 Issue: Language: Italian 
Pages:  9 Pg. 55-63 FullText PDF:  202 KB
DOI:  10.3280/IPN2021-001004
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In a historical-social period, such as that characterized by COVID-19, a group of children of the second grade class meets every morning in Skype video confer-ence with a hypnotherapist who plays with them, listens to them, tells fairy tales and they create together many possible, imagined, designed stories, which stimu-late feelings of hope and resilience (Short, Casula, 2004). And as Erickson wrote «the child’s eidetic ability imagination (...) and the opportunities offered to him by games of fiction and imitation, all these things enable him to respond in a compe-tent and satisfactory manner to hypnotic suggestions» (Erickson, 1984, p. 214).
Keywords: childhood, brainstorming, hypnosis, relationships, history, resilience.

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Ilaria Genovesi, Carlotta Di Giusto, Francesca Lemmi, Once upon a time there was a king who danced on his toes in "IPNOSI" 1/2021, pp. 55-63, DOI:10.3280/IPN2021-001004

   

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