The Clinical Effectiveness of Neurolinguistic Programming : A Critical Appraisal
Lisa Wake and her colleagues provide a critical appraisal of evidence-based research in the area to indicate the benefits of the approach and identify the need for an increase in randomized well-controlled clinical trials. Contributors also explore how NLP has been used to treat various disorders including:
post-traumatic stress disorder phobias addictions anxiety disorders mild depression.
Illustrated throughout with clinical examples and case studies, this book is key reading for practitioners and researchers interested in NLP, as well as postgraduate students.
- Paperback | 288 pages
- 154.94 x 231.14 x 20.32mm | 294.83g
- 04 Jul 2014
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- 7 Line drawings, black and white; 8 Tables, black and white; 7 Illustrations, black and white
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About Lisa Wake
Richard M. Gray is Assistant Professor at the School of Criminal Justice, Fairleigh Dickinson University, and former substance abuse treatment coordinator in the United States Probation Department, Eastern District of New York, Brooklyn, New York.
Frank S. Bourke, PhD, is the Executive Director and founder of the Research and Recognition Project, a not for profit corporation committed to bringing NLP and related technology into evidentiary medicine. He completed his PhD research at the Institute of Psychiatry in London, has taught at Cornell University and worked in the mental health field as a clinician, trainer and administrator for over 40 years.
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