Neuro-Linguistic Programming Basics6 books in series
Neuro-Linguistic Programming Basics (5 Book Series) Publisher's Summary
Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) is an art and science that describes how human beings interpret their environment and how we communicate with others. NLP, which is known for modeling human behavior and installing it in others, is used for performance improvement and has been used for psychotherapy. This series of five books gives you a concise summary of the key concepts with a more up-to-date perspective. This series is coaches, mental health professionals, and medical practitioners who wish to immediately employ these skills without having to get involved in lengthy NLP training courses.
From Book 1: The field of NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) started in the 1970s but has continually evolved thanks to numerous developers over the years. This book starts with the core concept, which is the NLP Communication Model, upon which this system of human change is based. Starting with a simple concept of how a person filters their perceptions and how that affects their mind, individuals, coaches, and mental health professionals have used NLP to overcome fears and limitations, increase confidence, and move toward a more successful life. It was written by Dr. Tim Brunson, who is both a Master Practitioner as well as a Certified Trainer for all NLP levels, including trainers. An accomplished clinical hypnotherapist, he is the founder of The International Hypnosis Research Institute, written extensively about how the hypnosis can be used to change a person's mind, body, and performance. He has taught medical, mental health, and coaches from all over the world.