There are many prominent developers of NLP and important figures who have influenced NLP since its inception. Each one of them bringing in their uniqueness and infused NLP with multi-faceted applications. Here is a series of videos to get you associated to the names, their voices and ways that they express things, and some of their original work. This is a great way to get a fuller experience when reading their books.
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NLP Academy — 29 April 2009 — John Grinder during his “Healer (Doctor) Within” training, a partial recording of him talking about his unconventional approach for working with alcoholism and other addictions.
John Grinder talks about the beginning of language and meaning during an NLP Fundamentals presentation…
Carmen Bostic-St Claire (Co-creator of New Code NLP) describes the NLP Premier Practitioner experience…
A short extract from the DVD ‘Nested Loops’ from Richard Bandler:
Stephen Gilligan teaches the first 10 minutes of day 2 of his Generative Trance seminar at the NLP Academy
Some of Virginia Satir – some content impositions, but you can get a representation of this woman and her work.
Judith DeLozier (earlier Co-creator of New Code NLP) in a rare interview…
Here Frank Farrelly teaches the “What’s wrong with that?” Provocative Therapy exercise in a Leeds UK Provocative…
Aligning Perceptual Positions (NLP) with Tamara Andreas – Core Transformation DVD Workshop
Steve Andreas with EMI (Eye Movement Integration)
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