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by Peter Young


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This book will inspire the next generation in NLP. - - Will McWhinney, The Fielding Institute, author of Paths of. . - - Will McWhinney, The Fielding Institute, author of Paths of Change. Peter Young is an innovative thinker, with a talent for making deep connections between different forms of knowledge, and identifying underlying patterns, metaphors and stories.

The book provides numerous examples of the paradigm in practice. Many NLP concepts are tracked back to their origins, and some of the metaphors used to explain NLP are reinterpreted.

Published by Crown House Publishing (2004). The book provides numerous examples of the paradigm in practice. New material includes: the NLP Presuppositions, Polarity thinking, Logical Levels, an expanded view of Outcome Setting, and a clarification of Perceptual Positions.

To meet this need, Understanding NLP: Principles and Practice will enable you to enrich your understanding of the basic patterns discernable in NLP. This will take you into big chunk generalisations, recognising paradigms which run throughout our civilisation’s endeavours to explain what it means to be a human being.

The book provides numerous examples of the paradigm in practice

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Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) is a system for describing, restructuring, and transforming a person's meaning and understanding of the world in which they live. Newly revised and updated, this book includes the NLP presuppositions; polarity thinking; logical levels; and an expanded view of Outcome Setting. Understanding NLP opens a doorway into a more imaginative and coherent way of understanding and using NLP.

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This completely revised edition unites the many strands of NLP together. By using an elegant paradigm, which the author calls the “Six Perceptual Positions” model, this book opens a doorway into a more imaginative and coherent ways of understanding and using NLP. It provides numerous examples of the paradigm in practice. In addition, many NLP concepts are traced back to their origins, and some of the metaphors used to explain NLP are reinterpreted. New material includes: the NLP Presuppositions, Polarity thinking, Logical Levels, an expanded view of Outcome Setting, and a clarification of Perceptual Positions, The Art of Asking Questions, and Working with Parts and Roles. This practical guide for the NLP practitioner, coach, or therapist has numerous suggestions about good practices and offers many practical tips on actually doing NLP and utilizing the Six Perceptual Positions model. Readers will develop a better understanding of different kinds of clients, and be able to make more effective interventions for creating change.
Understanding Nlp: Principles and Practice download epub
Psychology & Counseling
Author: Peter Young
ISBN: 1904424104
Category: Health, Fitness & Dieting
Subcategory: Psychology & Counseling
Language: English
Publisher: Crown House Publishing; 2nd ed. edition (December 2004)
Pages: 305 pages