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“O’Hanlon Gardening Service (An Anecdote about Erickson),” The Milton H. Erickson Foundation Newsletter, 2(2): 6, Summer 1982.

“Comment on ‘A Matter of Mourning’ (case example),” The Underground Railroad, 3(3): 3, Fall 1982.

“Splitting and Linking: Two Generic Patterns in Ericksonian Therapy,” The Journal of Strategic and Systemic Therapies, 1(4): 21-25, Winter 1982.

“Strategic Pattern Intervention: An Integration of Individual and Family Systems Therapies based on the work of Milton H. Erickson, M.D.,” The Journal of Strategic and Systemic Therapies, 1(4): 21-25, Winter 1982.

“Paradox Reduced: Reply to Jim Warner,” The Underground Railroad, 4(1): 3-4, March 1983. “An Annotated Erickson Bibliography,” The Family Therapy Networker, 7(5): 39+, September–October 1983.

“Framing Interventions in Therapy: Deframing and Reframing,” The Journal of Strategic and Systemic Therapies, 3(2): 1-4, Summer 1984.

“Is Lying Possible in Therapy?” The Underground Railroad, 5(3): 4-5, September 1984. “Uncommon Sense in Therapy: Milton H. Erickson and Ericksonian Therapy,” Assert, 55: 3-4, Autumn 1984.

“Permissive vs. Authoritarian Induction Approaches,” The Milton H. Erickson Foundation Newsletter, 5(1): 7, Winter 1985.

“Custom Reframing: The Use of Analogies for a Change,” The Underground Railroad, VI(2): 5-7, April 1986. (Simultaneously published in Finnish in the Finnish Journal of Family Therapy.) “Debriefing Myself: When a Brief Therapist Does Long-Term Work,” The Family Therapy Networker, 14(2): 48+, March/April, 1990.

“Comment on ‘Establishing the agenda: Approaches to schizophrenia,’ (case example),” The Family Therapy Networker, 14(6): 68, November/December, 1990.

“Theory Countertransference,” Dulwich Centre Newsletter, 1992.

“The Limits of Setting Limits on Mental Health Services,” (with Mark Hubble and Kathy Revell), Medical Interface, 5(7): 33-40, July 1992.

“Comment on ‘Mobilizing Anger: A simple intervention proves remarkably effective,’ (case example),” The Family Therapy Networker, 16(5): 73-74, September/October, 1992.

“Rewriting Love Stories,” (with Patricia Hudson), Family Therapy News, October 1993, pp. 9–10. “Comment on ‘Avoiding the Truth Trap: Responding to allegations (and denials) of sexual abuse,’ (case example),” The Family Therapy Networker, 18(2): 76-79, March/April, 1994.

“The Third Wave,” Family Therapy Networker, November/December, 1994, pp. 19–29. “Comment on ‘Manners Matter,’ (case example),” The Family Therapy Networker, 21(4): 81-83, July/August, 1997.

“The Dog Ate It: When Clients Don’t Do Their Homework,” The Family Therapy Networker, 22(3): 21-22, May/June, 1998 (co-authored with Steffanie O’Hanlon).

"Stood Up: One night father did know best," The Family Therapy Networker, 22(4): 88, July/August, 1998.

"A Mother's Liberation: One small step for womankind," The Family Therapy Networker, 23(2): 96, March/April, 1999.

“Grand Rounds in Psychotherapy: Interviews with Richard C. Schwarz, Ph.D., Eliana Gil, Ph.D., and Bill O’Hanlon, M.S.” Journal of Clinical Activities, Assignments & Handouts in Psychotherapy Practice,” 1(3), July 2001.

“Moving On From Trauma,” Annals of the American Psychotherapy Association, January/February, 2002. “Moving On: New, Brief, Effective (and Controversial) Trauma Treatment,” Paradigm, Summer 2002, p. 12-13; 22.

“The Good, The Bad and The Ugly,” Psychotherapy Networker, January/February 2003, 27(1), pp. 26–31; 56.

“Best Shot.” Psychotherapy Networker, March/April 2005.

“May I Suggest Being Less Suggestive: Contrasting Authoritarian and Permissive Hypnosis,” Family Therapy Magazine, July/August 2008.

“My ‘Indiana Jones’ Life as an Entrepreneurial Therapist,” Family Therapy Magazine, November/December, 2009.

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