Magic in Practice : Introducing Medical NLP: The Art and Science of Language in Healing and Health
This is the second edition of this highly respected introduction to Medical Neuro-linguistic Programming, which remains the official handbook for the Society for Medical NLP and was both a critical and a commercial success in its first edition. Based on the work of Dr Richard Bandler, who has again contributed the Foreword, Medical NLP has developed to become a discipline in its own right, guided by Garner Thomson. Revised and updated throughout, significant new sections have been added on: priming; breathing; heart rate; sleep; relationships and cancer; and lifestyle diseases. This is a key resource for all health practitioners who want to understand and improve the effects of what they communicate, consciously and unconsciously, to their patients/clients.
- 138 x 216 x 43mm | 568g
- 31 Mar 2015
- Hammersmith Health Books
- London, United Kingdom
- 2nd Revised edition
Table of contents
Towards healing and health; Stress and allostatic load; Avoiding compassion fatigue; Words that harm, words that heal; Primes and priming; Structure, process and change; Taming the runaway brain; The rules of engagement; The uninterrupted story; The clinical questioning matrix; Accessing patient resources; The symptom as solution; A different kind of reason; Getting to where you want to go; Thinking time; Medical NLP algorithms for change; Hypnosis in healing and health; Coherence, chaos and octopus traps; From functional to functioning; Working with the glyph; Re-patterning and future-pacing; making something of your world; Nine minutes and counting; Communicating for life
About Garner Thomson
Garner Thomson, NLP Master Practitioner and Trainer, and founder and training director of the Society of Medical NLP, is the creator of the Medical NLP programme taught to doctors, allied health professionals and medical students since 1996. Trained in NLP by Dr Richard Bandler, and with a background in psychology, communications, Ericksonian hypnotherapy and trans-cultural and integrative healthcare approaches, he also runs a busy Medical NLP and Hypnotherapy practice, writes and lectures widely and appears on radio and television, both as presenter and guest. Dr Khalid Khan is a primary care physician and registered pharmacist. A GP trainer, tutor at King's College London School of Medicine and St George's University of London, he also practises as a medical acupuncturist, is a Fellow of the Chinese Medical Institute and Register (CMIR) and is an advisor to the International Journal of Acupuncture. Author of the popular Mnemonics for Medical Students and a Master Practitioner in both NLP and Medical NLP, Dr Khan is co-founder and primary care advisor to the Society of Medical NLP.