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Neuro-linguistic programming NLP is a pseudoscientific approach to communication, personal development, and psychotherapy created by Richard Bandler and John Grinder in California, United States, in the s. NLP's creators claim there is a connection between neurological processes neuro- , language linguistic and behavioral patterns learned through experience programming , and that these can be changed to achieve specific goals in life. There is no scientific evidence supporting the claims made by NLP advocates, and it has been discredited as a pseudoscience. According to Bandler and Grinder, NLP comprises a methodology termed modeling , plus a set of techniques that they derived from its initial applications.

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Neuro-linguistic programming NLP is a pseudoscientific approach to communication, personal development, and psychotherapy created by Richard Bandler and John Grinder in California, United States, in the s. NLP's creators claim there is a connection between neurological processes neuro- , language linguistic and behavioral patterns learned through experience programming , and that these can be changed to achieve specific goals in life. There is no scientific evidence supporting the claims made by NLP advocates, and it has been discredited as a pseudoscience.

According to Bandler and Grinder, NLP comprises a methodology termed modeling , plus a set of techniques that they derived from its initial applications. Bandler and Grinder also drew upon the theories of Gregory Bateson , Alfred Korzybski and Noam Chomsky particularly transformational grammar , [15] [18] [19] as well as ideas and techniques from Carlos Castaneda. Bandler and Grinder claim that their methodology can codify the structure inherent to the therapeutic "magic" as performed in therapy by Perls, Satir and Erickson, and indeed inherent to any complex human activity, and then from that codification, the structure and its activity can be learned by others.

Bandler and Grinder say that they used their own process of modeling to model Virginia Satir so they could produce what they termed the Meta-Model , a model for gathering information and challenging a client's language and underlying thinking. In contrast, the Milton-Model —a model of the purportedly hypnotic language of Milton Erickson—was described by Bandler and Grinder as "artfully vague" and metaphoric.

However, adjunct lecturer in linguistics Karen Stollznow describes Bandler's and Grinder's reference to such experts as namedropping. Other than Satir, the people they cite as influences did not collaborate with Bandler or Grinder. Chomsky himself has no association with NLP whatsoever; his original work was intended as theory, not therapy.

Stollznow writes, "[o]ther than borrowing terminology , NLP does not bear authentic resemblance to any of Chomsky's theories or philosophies—linguistic, cognitive or political. More recently circa , Bandler has claimed, "NLP is based on finding out what works and formalizing it. In order to formalize patterns I utilized everything from linguistics to holography The models that constitute NLP are all formal models based on mathematical, logical principles such as predicate calculus and the mathematical equations underlying holography.

On the matter of the development of NLP, Grinder recollects: [37]. My memories about what we thought at the time of discovery with respect to the classic code we developed—that is, the years through are that we were quite explicit that we were out to overthrow a paradigm and that, for example, I, for one, found it very useful to plan this campaign using in part as a guide the excellent work of Thomas Kuhn The Structure of Scientific Revolutions in which he detailed some of the conditions which historically have obtained in the midst of paradigm shifts.

For example, I believe it was very useful that neither one of us were qualified in the field we first went after—psychology and in particular, its therapeutic application; this being one of the conditions which Kuhn identified in his historical study of paradigm shifts. The philosopher Robert Todd Carroll responded that Grinder has not understood Kuhn 's text on the history and philosophy of science , The Structure of Scientific Revolutions.

Carroll replies: a individual scientists never have nor are they ever able to create paradigm shifts volitionally and Kuhn does not suggest otherwise; b Kuhn's text does not contain the idea that being unqualified in a field of science is a prerequisite to producing a result that necessitates a paradigm shift in that field and c The Structure of Scientific Revolutions is foremost a work of history and not an instructive text on creating paradigm shifts and such a text is not possible—extraordinary discovery is not a formulaic procedure.

Carroll explains that a paradigm shift is not a planned activity, rather it is an outcome of scientific effort within the current dominant paradigm that produces data that can't be adequately accounted for within the current paradigm—hence a paradigm shift , i. In developing NLP, Bandler and Grinder were not responding to a paradigmatic crisis in psychology nor did they produce any data that caused a paradigmatic crisis in psychology.

There is no sense in which Bandler and Grinder caused or participated in a paradigm shift. Nothing," argues Carroll. By the late s, the human potential movement had developed into an industry and provided a market for some NLP ideas.

Perls had led numerous Gestalt therapy seminars at Esalen. Satir was an early leader and Bateson was a guest teacher. Bandler and Grinder claimed that in addition to being a therapeutic method, NLP was also a study of communication and began marketing it as a business tool, claiming that, "if any human being can do anything, so can you. A community of psychotherapists and students began to form around Bandler and Grinder's initial works, leading to the growth and spread of NLP as a theory and practice.

Tomasz Witkowski attributes this to a declining interest in the debate as the result of a lack of empirical support for NLP from its proponents. NLP can be understood in terms of three broad components and the central concepts pertaining to those:. According to one study by Steinbach, [58] a classic interaction in NLP can be understood in terms of several major stages including establishing rapport, gleaning information about a problem mental state and desired goals, using specific tools and techniques to make interventions, and integrating proposed changes into the client's life.

The entire process is guided by the non-verbal responses of the client. Once rapport is established, the practitioner may gather information e. The practitioner pays particular attention to the verbal and non-verbal responses as the client defines the present state and desired state and any "resources" that may be required to bridge the gap. According to Stollznow , "NLP also involves fringe discourse analysis and "practical" guidelines for "improved" communication.

For example, one text asserts "when you adopt the "but" word, people will remember what you said afterwards. With the "and" word, people remember what you said before and after. Early books about NLP had a psychotherapeutic focus given that the early models were psychotherapists.

As an approach to psychotherapy, NLP shares similar core assumptions and foundations in common with some contemporary brief and systemic practices, [63] [64] [65] such as solution focused brief therapy.

The two main therapeutic uses of NLP are: 1 as an adjunct by therapists [72] practicing in other therapeutic disciplines; 2 as a specific therapy called Neurolinguistic Psychotherapy [73] which is recognized by the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy [74] with accreditation governed at first by the Association for Neuro Linguistic Programming [75] and more recently by its daughter organization the Neuro Linguistic Psychotherapy and Counselling Association.

According to Stollznow "Bandler and Grinder's infamous Frogs into Princes and their other books boast that NLP is a cure-all that treats a broad range of physical and mental conditions and learning difficulties, including epilepsy, myopia and dyslexia. Unfortunately, NLP appears to be the first in a long line of mass marketing seminars that purport to virtually cure any mental disorder What remains is a mass-marketed serving of psychopablum. Ten years should have been sufficient time for this to happen.

In this light, I cannot take NLP seriously Patterns I and II are poorly written works that were an overambitious, pretentious effort to reduce hypnotism to a magic of words. Rowling as three examples of unambiguous acknowledged personal failure that served as an impetus to great success.

Briers contends that adherence to the maxim leads to self-deprecation. According to Briers, personal endeavour is a product of invested values and aspirations and the dismissal of personally significant failure as mere feedback effectively denigrates what one values.

Briers writes, "Sometimes we need to accept and mourn the death of our dreams, not just casually dismiss them as inconsequential. Although the original core techniques of NLP were therapeutic in orientation their generic nature enabled them to be applied to other fields.

These applications include persuasion , [41] sales, [84] negotiation, [85] management training, [86] sports, [87] teaching, coaching, team building, and public speaking. In the early s, NLP was advertised as an important advance in psychotherapy and counseling, and attracted some interest in counseling research and clinical psychology.

However, as controlled trials failed to show any benefit from NLP and its advocates made increasingly dubious claims, scientific interest in NLP faded. Numerous literature reviews and meta-analyses have failed to show evidence for NLP's assumptions or effectiveness as a therapeutic method. While some NLP practitioners have argued that the lack of empirical support is due to insufficient research testing NLP, [91] the consensus scientific opinion is that NLP is pseudoscience [92] and that attempts to dismiss the research findings based on these arguments "[constitute]s an admission that NLP does not have an evidence base and that NLP practitioners are seeking a post-hoc credibility.

Surveys in the academic community have shown NLP to be widely discredited among scientists. Among the reasons for considering NLP a pseudoscience are that evidence in favor of it is limited to anecdotes and personal testimony , [95] that it is not informed by scientific understanding of neuroscience and linguistics, [96] and that the name "neuro-linguistic programming" uses jargon words to impress readers and obfuscate ideas, whereas NLP itself does not relate any phenomena to neural structures and has nothing in common with linguistics or programming.

Langford categorizes NLP as a form of folk magic ; that is to say, a practice with symbolic efficacy —as opposed to physical efficacy—that is able to effect change through nonspecific effects e. To Langford, NLP is akin to a syncretic folk religion "that attempts to wed the magic of folk practice to the science of professional medicine". Several ideas and techniques have been borrowed from Castaneda and incorporated into NLP including so-called double induction [20] and the notion of "stopping the world" [] which is central to NLP modeling.

Tye [] characterizes NLP as a type of "psycho shamanism". Fanthorpe and Fanthorpe [] see a similarity between the mimetic procedure and intent of NLP modeling and aspects of ritual in some syncretic religions. Hunt [99] draws a comparison between the concern with lineage from an NLP guru —which is evident amongst some NLP proponents—and the concern with guru lineage in some Eastern religions.

In the world's monotheistic faiths, argues Bovbjerg, the purpose of religious practice is communion and fellowship with a transcendent 'other', i. With the New Age psycho-religions, argues Bovbjerg, this orientation towards a transcendent 'other' persists but the other has become "the other in our selves", the so-called unconscious : "[t]he individual's inner life becomes the intangible focus of [psycho-]religious practices and the subconscious becomes a constituent part of modern individuals' understanding of the Self.

According to Bovbjerg the notion that we have an unconscious self underlies many NLP techniques either explicitly or implicitly. Bovbjerg argues, "[t]hrough particular practices, the [NLP practitioner qua ] psycho-religious practitioner expects to achieve self-perfection in a never-ending transformation of the self. Bovbjerg's secular critique of NLP is echoed in the conservative Christian perspective of the New Age as represented by Jeremiah [] who argues that, "[t]he 'transformation' recommended by the founders and leaders of these business seminars [such as NLP] has spiritual implications that a non-Christian or new believer may not recognise.

The belief that human beings can change themselves by calling upon the power or god within or their own infinite human potential is a contradiction of the Christian view. The Bible says man is a sinner and is saved by God's grace alone. By the end of , the collaboration between Bandler and Grinder ended. On 29 October , judgement was made in favor of Bandler.

In July and January , Bandler instituted a further two civil actions against Grinder and his company, numerous other prominent figures in NLP and further initially unnamed persons. Bandler alleged that Grinder had violated the terms of the settlement agreement reached in the initial case and had suffered commercial damage as a result of the allegedly illegal commercial activities of the defendants.

On this matter Stollznow [18] comments, "[i]ronically, Bandler and Grinder feuded in the s over trademark and theory disputes. Tellingly, none of their myriad of NLP models, pillars, and principles helped these founders to resolve their personal and professional conflicts. The Court found in favor of Clarkson; Bandler's trademark was subsequently revoked. By the end of , Bandler and Grinder entered a release where they agreed, amongst other things, that "they are the co-creators and co-founders of the technology of Neuro-linguistic Programming" and "mutually agree to refrain from disparaging each other's efforts, in any fashion, concerning their respective involvement in the field of NeuroLinguistic Programming.

As a consequence of these disputes and settlements, the names NLP and Neuro-linguistic Programming are not owned by any party and there is no restriction on any party offering NLP certification. The names NLP and Neuro-linguistic Programming are not owned by any person or organisation, they are not trademarked intellectual property [] [] and there is no central regulating authority for NLP instruction and certification.

There is great variation in the depth and breadth of training and standards of practitioners, and some disagreement between those in the field about which patterns are, or are not, actual NLP. With different authors, individual trainers and practitioners having developed their own methods, concepts and labels, often branding them as NLP, [38] the training standards and quality differ greatly.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Pseudoscientific approach to communication, personal development, and psychotherapy. Not to be confused with Natural language processing also NLP. Methods Rep. Richard Bandler John Grinder. Notable practitioners. Association for Neuro Linguistic Programming.

Further information: Methods of neuro-linguistic programming. Archived from the original PDF on 3 January Retrieved 12 September Cupertino, CA: Meta Publications. Science and Behavior Books Inc. Time for a Change. Meta Pubns. In single sessions, they can accelerate learning, neutralize phobias, enhance creativity, improve relationships, eliminate allergies, and lead firewalks without roasting toes.

Patterns of the Hypnotic Techniques of Milton H. Erickson

Research has identified good communication skills to be a key factor in ensuring better patient outcomes, and nurturing patient satisfaction. One factor that adds to the confusion is that research has found some long accepted codes of professional communication protocol to actually be counterproductive. Another factor that adds to the uncertainty is that accurate interpretations of some communication events are counterintuitive. Good communication skills are indispensable to basic concepts of nursing care as communicating effectively can help reduce the risk of medical errors, ensure better patient outcomes, and nurture patient satisfaction. A good patient experience— while considered merely desirable in the past — is moving center-stage. More pressingly, Medicare will examine patient satisfaction scores when reimbursing hospitals, and better performing hospitals will win out on the incentive. It seems very likely that other insurance carriers will soon follow suit.

To be a hypnotist, you just need to be able to use words. Anyone can do that. Hypnotists use specific words and phrases to help people imagine possibilities, which means they need to choose their words with care. Suppose someone told you to imagine yourself biting into a lemon. Without having a lemon in your hand, you can still do it. You can feel yourself biting into the yellow flesh.

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I would like to extend my gratitude to the fine people at Crown House Publishing. This includes Martin Roberts, Bridget Shine and Matt Pearce whose patience and skill allowed this book to become a reality. I would also like to extend my appreciation to Bob Bodenhamer for immeasurable contributions and guidance. I would also like to thank Michael Hall for sharing his mind, giving feedback and for his written contributions to this work.

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Neuro-linguistic programming: its potential for learning and teaching in formal education. Tosey surrey. In this paper we outline the nature of Neuro-linguistic Programming and explore its potential for learning and teaching. The paper draws on current research by Mathison to illustrate the role of language and internal imagery in teacher-learner interactions, and the way language influences beliefs about learning.

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With this in mind, below is an email I sent out to my list of subscribers about a language pattern course. As part of the email I offered a free place on the course for the person that did the best linguistic analysis of the email. Understanding Advanced Hypnotic Language Patterns book. Language patterns, and the way we utilize our powers of speech are most important to us. This is especially so if you work in the field of Hypnotherapy. The meaning of words may be may be altered slightly, molded to give maximum affect, or made to seem of no importance, when actually the whole point of your sentence revolves around that one. This is a well-researched book on hypnotic language patterns.

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Глаза его партнера не отрывались от картинки на большом мониторе, установленном под крышей мини-автобуса. - Никаких. Продолжай движение. ГЛАВА 78 Джабба обливался потом перед спутанными проводами: он все еще лежал на спине, зажав в зубах портативный фонарик.

В кабине стоял какой-то мужчина. Беккер успел заметить лишь очки в железной оправе.

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