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In their chapter here, Keeney and Ray focus on the overriding importance of context in generating 14 At another point on the same videotape, Milton H. Erickson MD: Explorer in Hypnosis and Therapy, a dog barks in the background while a woman is recounting her experiences with Erickson. It seems incidental, until one recognizes the naturalistic style and human context of Erickson's approach. The work is done in life, as part of life. Along the same vein, writer/photographer Will Baker (1983, p. 262) remarks on his two attempted encounters with conventional psychiatry - during times of despair: "Both tinges, and only those times, I had gone to see the shaman of my own culture, the psychiatrist.