NLP Research and Recognition Project
A group of great NLP trainers started a project to get NLP the world-wide recognition it deserves. Everybody is welcome to support and join in. Visit the website of the project and enter your email-address to get updated on the activities.
Videos and DVD on NLP
Personality in Mental Space
Great Video by Lucas Derks (s. below). Personality is partly an unconscious spatial construction in which the general representation of time, the self and humanity are the key parts. This video shows how a trained psychologist can explore personality in mental space. A demonstration of highly technical psychotherapy shows a method to change personality traits by removing the limiting beliefs that block the change. Embodied Cognition, Social Cognition, NLP, Mental Space Psychology, Embodied Simulation.
Lucas Derks from Social Panorama Netherlands has produced and collected an impressive collection of nlp-related videos.
For instance watch World of NLP 25 interviews about NLP, with worldwide trainers. A real gem for all those who are interested in the many aspects of nlp historicaly as well as how it is being lived and trained across the globe today.
Papers, Articles, Publications
Members are welcome to share their ideas. All languages are welcome. Please submit a short summary in english to head your text.
- Zoom Meeting Manual
Richard Bolstad (New Zealand) has set up this comprehensive manual for students.
- Coaching or Psychotherapy?
Based on a work by the SICPNL societe international des coachs pnl this tool helps coaches to distinguish his/her action in regards to (psycho-)therapy. It is also part of the professional tools of a coach to recognize the indications at which a psychotherapeutic approach should be recommended. This guide highlights the boundary between NLP coaching and psychotherapy. It may also be useful for people wondering which support approach to pursue: “Should I consult a coach or a psychotherapist?”
- Evaluating Students
By Melody Cheal & Reb Veale, United Kingdom
In NLP there is a vast range of evaluation methods and little to no consistency. The awarding of certifications is equally diverse. Some NLP providers undertake little or no evaluation while others have rigorous evaluation processes. The purpose of this paper is to provide a “map” detailing many of the evaluation methods currently used globally by NLP Institutes with some discussion of the benefits and drawbacks of each.
- Taxonomies of Learning and Competence
By Ueli R. Frischknecht, Switzerland
NLP is an attitude and a methodology that leaves behind a trail of techniques. With a tremendous impact on 1:1 communications. But on 1:n communications (teams, groups, seminars) too! NLP Academy Switzerland has developed a taxonomy of learning and competence that focuses on Process Awareness, which is the core focus of NLP. Taxonomies of learning and competence are most valuable in assessing students progress and level of competence but in contracting coaching and trainings too.
- Powered by NLP
2016: The free ebook 'Powered by NLP 1' was produced and edited by Joe Cheal on behalf of the NLP Leadership Summit that met in Alicante in January 2016. "Our intention in producing this book was to share the discussions and ideas prompted by our meeting." - “The 38 NLP leaders who gathered in Alicante Spain in January this year made a decision to record the experience and send it out world-wide." -
2018: Powered by NLP 2 is a follow up with articles following the meeting in January 2018.
2020: Powered by NLP 3 contains material and dicussions from the meeting January 2020.
- The Origins of NLP
A great book on the first years of the development and the developers of nlp. Review by L. Michael Hall
- NLP Experts Speak Out
Neuro-Linguistic Programming experts present their techniques. Published on January 8, 2014 by Guy Winch, Ph.D. in The Squeaky Wheel
- Fomentar el asombro: una meta para la educación
by Milly Epstein, Raanana (Israel)
The article's topic is how to promote a wondering attitude as a way to improve learning in class. This article illustrates one of the basic statments of NLP, "the map is not the territory" by developing different forms to induce de-automatization in the manners we look at current phenomena in class. By connecting NLP insights with theories of creativity, I propose a way to reframe childs' questions as a part of an active, fresh learning environment.
- Congruencia: una cualidad indispensable
by Milly Epstein, Raanan (Israel)
By being aware of the relation between feelings and our thougths, we could introduce more congruency and harmony in our communication. This paper proposes how to draw upon this key NLP concept in order to upgrade educational environment as well as every day life.
- Tres preguntas que cambiarán el futuro
by Milly Epstein, Raanan (Israel)
This article exposes the use of three basic questions aiming to stimulate exploration and curiosity in class, by expanding one of the fundamental statement of NLP "the map is not the territory". The filters through which we perceive the world "distort" our perception of the world, so that the things and what we "understand" of them is mixed up.
The following three questions help us to pay attention to the difference between our perception, our feelings and our thoughts:
• What do I see? What do I read? What do I hear? What do I touch?
• What do I feel against what I see / read / hear / touch?
• What surprises me? What awakes my curiosity?
These questions help to transform each topic in any educational environment to an invitation for adventure.
- Das Herz im NLP
Book by Romina Schell, Bergisch Gladbach (Germany)
Auf der Basis von Grundsätzen und Prinzipien von Virginia Satir erläutert Romina Schell wichtige Methoden für ein ganzheitliches Coaching und die eigene Selbstreflexion. „Romina bietet zahlreiche Selbstreflexions-Fragen und -Übungen in ihrem Buch an. Sie stellt darüber hinaus Prozesse bereit, die die Leser verwenden können, um eine Coachingsitzung vorzubereiten und um eine tiefere Beziehung und Rapport mit ihren Teilnehmern und Klienten zu fördern.“ - Robert Dilts
Brain Hacking Automation Tools
"Adam Goldman’s work is one of the most exciting developments in the application of NLP I’ve seen in years—and I don’t say that lightly.
Here’s why: He has taken a number of familiar patterns—phobia, swish, grief resolution, etc. and created programs that he calls “Brain Hacking Automation Tools” http://www.adamgoldman.me
People can use these online programs on their own to process a variety of common problems and outcomes, such as trauma, grief, troublesome internal dialogue, etc. No hard statistics yet, but there are already a significant number of reports of success." from Steve Andreas' NLP Blog
So people: Please test it out and let us at the IANLP know about your experience with the tool.
Being a meta-model of communication NLP receives more and more offical recognition. As a resource to nlp-providers world-wide we like to publish recognitions received by nlp country associations and/or nlp-schools.
Romania: License by state authorities to the romanian nlp association
Serbia: Approved by The Ministry of Education a NLP program for teachers, and headmasters
Switzerland: License by Swiss Federation for Adult Learning to NLP-Academy Switzerland
Mexico: Master Degree in Neuro-Linguistic Programing official approved by educational system to Centro Mexicano de Programación Neurolingüística. Graduated students can apply to a Ph.D. program in Education, Psychology or Bussines.
Nicaragua (Germany): Doctor NLP at Universidad Central de Nicaragua (UCN). Study psychology with NLP (NLPsy) and Coaching in a flexible, practice-oriented, blenden learning distance study at a highly-rated, accredited university.