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The following is a list of NLP Centers in the USA for 1999. In the following "P" stands for Nl.P Practitioner Training, "MP" stands for Master Practitioner Training, "T" stands for NLP Trainer Training. As the field of NLP grows, more and more specialized trainings have developed and will continue to develop. Centers now offer courses in Photoreading, Core Transformation, Hypnosis, etc.

Originally we had hoped to have devoted a good section to each training center—until we discovered all of the following Centers in the USA. We put out a press release via Anchor Point Magazine and via the Internet for information—those who responded have their information included.

New England Institute of NLP

505 Pratt Corner Rood Amherst, MA 01002-9606

Massachusetts Institute of NLP

PO Box 99 198 Jewett St. Georgetown Georgetown, MA 01833

Judith A. Swack & Associates

400 Hillside Ave. Ste. 11

Necdham, MA 02194

The Northeast Institute for NLP

Zero Kinsley Street Nashua, NH 03060

Northeast NLP Institute

351 Simpson Rd. Saco, MF. 04072

NLP America/Blue Dell Systems 61 Steamboat Wharf, Suite »1 P.O. Box 259 Mystic. CT. 06355 (860) 536-2249 [email protected] orldnet .com


22320 Calibre Court, Suite 905 Boca Raton, FL. 33433

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Hypnosis, Generative Imprint Model,

Persuasion Technology, the Vision Gate Leadership Model.

NLP Center of Connecticut

Jack H. Bloom 23 Sherman Street Fairfield, CN. 06430

NLP Seminars Croup International

PO Box 424 Hopatocong, NJ 07843

NLP Applied Behavioral Technologies

1 International Blvd., Suite 100 Mahway, NJ 07495-0025

Institute for Education Cognitive Psychology c/u FEA,

12 Centre Drive

Jamesburg, NJ 08831

(690) 860-1200

[email protected]

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Specializes in training in redirectionuI

thinking ami accelerated learning. Most of the Institute's xoork centers on improving education & the lives of children. Also conference on peak perftrrmatice, personal

& professional development.

Ocean NLP Center

1845 Old Freehold Kd. Toms River, NJ 08755

New York (raining Institute for NLP

155 Prince Street

New York, NY 10012

(212) 674-3194

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P & MP trainings, hypnosis, teaching in

USA. Europe, and Israel.

The NLP Center of New York

24 Hast 12th Street, 4th, Ste 402

New York, NY 10003

212 647-0860

800 422- 8657

Fax 973 509-9599


P. MP, & T: Ericksonian Hypnosis,

Core Transformation, Workshops for

Educators, Colorations, Businesses.

Dynamic Wellness Center

38 West 26lh. Street #10B New York City, NY 10010

Upstate Centre for NLP

333 Hudson Street Cornwall-On-Hud, NY 12520

Upstate Centre tor NLP

PO Box 6018 Syracuse, NY 13217

Success Enterprises/NLP

161 C. Monroe Ave. PO Box 426 Pittsford. NY 14534

Creative Growth Unlimited

510 W. Union St. Newark, NJ 14513

Olic Production Trainings

1903 Walnut Street, # 400 Philadelphia, PA 19103 (215) 467-5035 [email protected]

Neuro Fnergetics 111 Centerville Rd. Lancaster, PA 17603

NLP Training Systems 2129 Spring Garden St. Phildelphia, PA. 19130

Neuro Synergy

1012 Bethleham Pike, PO Box 269 Spring House, PA 19477

Choicework Institute

6118 Park Heights Avenue Baltimore, Ml). 21215

Advanced Behavioral Modeling / INLITA

1201 Delta Glen Court

Vienna, VA 22182-1320

(703) 757-7945

[email protected]

Advanced trainings, esp. In modeling and

T trainings.

NLP Institute of D.C.

1600 Crystal Drive, Suite 1612

Arlington VA. 22202

Adminstratfvo Off.:

One Brittany Terrace

914 196- 4081

Fax 914 496-6708

Rock Tavern, NY 12573-5105

P. ¿VIP, Training, with emphasis in business application*

NLP of Gastonia / Institute Of Neuro-Semantics

1516 Cecelia Dr.

Gastonia, NC 28054

70-1 864-1545

Fax 704 864-1545


P. MP trainings with an emphasis on personal integrity inui training both the conscious ami the unconscious mind.

South Carolina NLP

PO Box 1140 I'awleys, SC 29585

Peak Performance Corp.

1640-8 Powers Ferry Rd., #300 Marietta, GA 30067

Avatar Industries

4370 Georgetown Square Atlanta, GA 3a338

The Connecting Link

243 Blazing Ridgeway Lawrenceville, GA 30245

Kivijon Training Institute

1093 A1A Blvd., *390 St. Augustine. I:L 32084 904 471-7161 [email protected]

P, MP trainitigs, with a special interest in health, liveliness, personal & professional development, PhotoReading. Located in fncksonville, Fl..

I.eam Institute Of ^'euro-Semantics*

PO Box 1990 Plant City, FL 33564 (888) 532-7697 LION -[email protected] http: / /

Southern Institute of NLP/ International NLP

PO Box 529

Indian Rocks Beach, II. 33785 (813) 596-4891 Fax (813) 595- 0040 Sunn [email protected]

P, MP & T trainings. Focuses on international trainings in Europe.

Mid-South Institule of NLP

2906 Garth Koad S.K. Huntsville, AL 35801

The NCS Institute

422 Gay St. Knoxville, TN 37902

NI P of Ohio

676 Everwood Columbus, Ol 1 43214

L.F..A.D. Consultants

PO Box 664

Revnoldsburg, Oil 43068

Ohio Valley NLP

PO Box 9854 Cincinnati, Oil 15208

IDHEA Seminars

12605 W. North Ave. Suite 291

Brookfield, WI 53005



[email protected]

w w w. idea-sem iocuses on applying Nt P for personal development, offers P & MP trainings, and tools for living a more enjoyable &

successful life.

Learning Strategies Corp.

900 E Wayzata Blvd. Wayzata, MN 55391


1236 North Astor Sl Chicago, IL. 60610

Boundaries Unlimited

PO Box 904 Evanston, 11.60204

I lealth Dynamics 4601 N. Clarcmonl Chicago. II. 60625

NLP Institute of Chicago PO Box 25184 Chicago. II. 60625

Tranformational Technologies PO Box 18476 Chicago, 11.60618

NLP Institute of Chicago

1532 W. Victoria St. Chicago, IL 60660-1223

In-Training The Future

210 W. Jefferson Street Macomb, IL. 61455-0817

Gateway NLP

1227 I indenwood Avenue

Edwardsville, IL. 62025-2321

1-800- 252-3100

(618) 692-6868

[email protected]

Offers P & MP training through Apprenticeship Program working directly with Dr. Munshaw, Professor of Speech Communications at Southern Illinois University.

Nl.P St. Louis

227 Hillsdale Ballwfn, MO. 63011 (314)391-0906 Pax (314)230-8217 NLPStl .[email protected]

NLP Midwest

8416 Kauai Dr. Papillion, NE 68046

NLP Midwest

4009 North 104th. Plaza Omaha, NE. 68138

Gestalt/ NLP Institute of New Orleans

1421 Napoleon Avenue New Orleans, LA. 70115

The South Central Institute of NLP

PO Box 1213 Mandeville, LA 70470 (800)347-3615 (504) 626-7424 Fax: (504) 626-7424 sidjacob& Offering P & MP training, emphasis on NLP in business & education, international training, Singapore: Integrative Learning Corp., 797 Ja Ian Pelikat, Singaf>ore, 537650. (65) 784-7905.

Mind-Body Harmony Institute

6509 Government St., Suite C Baton Rouge. LA. 70806 (504) 673-4873

Offers P & MP Trainings, Meta-States, Mind-Body Integrations.

NLP Center of New Orleans

4058 Franklin

New Orleans, LA 70122

Success Skills / NLP of Oklahoma

5400 N. Grand Blvd, Suite 100 Oklahoma City. OK 73112 (405) 942-4371' (800) 775-3397 Fax: (405) 947-3046 [email protected]

Offering P & MP courses, specializing in learning disabilities such as ADD.

Change Point

Box 42227

Oklahoma City, OK 73123

Accelerated Transformation

IK) Box 831612 Richardson, TX 75083

NLP Learning Systems, Corp. 4050 W. Park, Suite 102 Piano, I X. 75075

Taylor, fohnson & Associates IK) Box 871224 Dallas, TX 75287

NLP Institute of Houston, Inc.

4900 Woodway, Ste 700 Houston, TX 77056

The NLP Center of Texas

4600 Post Oak Placc, Suite 204

Houston TX 77027

(713) 439-0011

(800) 625-1925

[email protected]


NLP Center since 1981. Emphasis: NLP as applied in business and corporate settings,

P&MP trainings, Meta-States training.

Access NLP Seminars Group

PO Box 1157 Austin, I X 78704

Institute for Advanced Hypnosis

10508 Lockerbie Dr Austin, TX 78750

The Institute of NLP

8820 Business Park Dr. #400 Austin, TX 78759-74S6

El Paso NLP Help Center & TimeLine Therapy Institute

15tf| Arizona, Suite 7-F

HI I'aso, TX 79902

(915) 532-8881

[email protected]

Offering P & MP trainings. Time Line

Therapy & Hypnosis certification.

NLP Comprehensive

12567 West Cedar Drive Suite 102

Lakewood, CO 80228

Institute Of Neuro-Semantics

IK) Box 9231

Grand Junction, CO 81501 (970) 523-7877

[email protected] http: / /

The Center

3900 Amity Rd. #24 Box 5775 Boise, ID 83705

Personal Enrichment Center

P.O. Box 111 (208)234-1159 Pocatello ID 83204-0111

P & MP trainings, stress reduction, focus on health, well-being, pain & disease management, career transition, work place effectiveness.

Transitioner Management Inc.

1981 E Murray-Holladay Rd #250 Salt Lake City, UT 84117

Western States NLP Training

346 South 500 Hast Suite 200 Salt Lake City, UT. 84102

NLP Trainings Unlimited, Inc.

PO Box 2800-291 Carefree, AZ 85377

NLP Advantage Group

4067 E. (".rant Road, Suite 202 Tucson, AZ 85712

New Mexico Connection/ Whole Brain Communication

Route 19. box 124 D.F. Santa Fe. NM 87505

NLP Wellness Center

2141 North Alvernon Way Tuscon, AZ. 87131

NLP Hummingbird Wellness

5055 E. Broadway Blvd. C 214 Tuscon, AZ. 85711

Nl P of Southern California

4387 York Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90041

Southern California Center for NI P

2075 Palos Verdes Dr., Ste 200 Lomita, CA 90717

Adept International

One World Trade Ctr., Ste. 800 Long Beach, CA 90831 Success Design International

11934 Oceannairc I ane

Malibu, CA 90265


(310) 457-7062

[email protected]

Personal Productivity. IDEA. F.NVoY.

Emphasis on making a positive difference for individualand businesses.

The Holman Group

21050 Van Owen Street Canoga Park, CA 91303

Robbins Research International

9191 Towne Center Drive San Diego, CA. 92122

NLP Institute & Training Center Time Line Therapy Institute

675 Camino De Los Mares, Suite 302

San demente, CA 92673

(714) 248-7377

[email protected]

Neuro-Concepts Institute

25S22 Evergreen Rd. Laguna Hills, CA 92653

Hypnosis & NLP Institute 16842 Von Karman Ave. Suite 475 Irvine, CA 92714

NLP Associates 775 Burnett Ave. #2 San Francisco, CA 94131


700 E. El Camino Real, #110 Mountain View, CA 94040

First Institute of NLP

44 Montgomery St. 5 th Floor San Francisco, C.A 941 (M

The Essence Works 5115 Merced Avenue, Ste 125 Oakland, CA 94611

NLP Marin

Carl Bucheit & Robert S. Hoffmeyer 13 Quail Court San Kafael, CA 94903 (415) 499-0639

P and MP trainings, free introduction seminars, ¡.tnphasis in training.-> on making them ßm, practical, and profound.

New t.ife Power Associates

Walnut Creek, C.A 94597-0508

NLP of California, Inc. 230 Mt. Hermon Rd. Ste 214 Scotts Valley, C.A 95066

NI P University/ Dynamic Learning Center PC) Box 1112 Ben Lomond, CA 95005 Offering training in I', MP, and Trait urs kiwis along with most of the other trainings associated with NLP.

Quantum Leap

PO Box 67359 Scotts Valley, CA 95067

The Ni l' Connection

PO Box 7818 Santa Cruz, CA 95061

Sound Resources

230 Mount Hermon Rd.. Ste 207 Scotts Valley, CA 95006

Meta-Outcomes 366 llihn Street Feiton, CA. 95018 (408) 335-3727 Fax (408)335-5919

Center for Professional Development

245-M Mt. Hermon Rd., #323 Scotts Valley, CA 95066

Syntax Communication Modeling Corp.

K) Box 22% Los Gates, CA 95031 (408) 395-0952 Fax (408) 395-9662 [email protected]

Offering advanced professional develop-ment for facilitators and consultants, inside & outside of organizations. Reflected in book: Smart Work: The Syntax Guide For Mutual Understanding In The Workplace. Complimentary lurwsletter.

Advance Neuro Dynamics 616 Piikoi Street, Suite 1802 Honalulu, HI.

Training Center in Portland

3250 Pavne Rd Medford, OR 97504

Cascade Center, Inc.

4903 Linden Ave. N., #3 Seattle, WA 98103

NLP Northwest, INC.

462 Deer Lane Anacortes, WA 98221

Other-Than-Conscious Communications

PO Box 697

I riday Harbor, WA 98250

Michael Grinder & Associates 16303 NE 259th St. Battle Ground, WA 98604 (360) 687-3138 Fax (503) 283-1048

Web: // / homepage.html

Emphasis Nir 6 education, ENVoY classroom management program, Summer Institute on Learning Style.

The Human Solution

WashougaL WA. 98671-7822

UK NLP Centres


P.O. Box 78 Stourbridge

West Midlands PY8 2YT 01384 443 935

The Bowland Partnership

22 Painter Wood Billington Clitheroe Lanes BB7 9JD 01254 822 060

Brian Morton Human Resource Development

1 Koson Court 356 Poole Road Poole

Dorset BH121AW 01202 251 087

Calabor Business And Training

48 St James Road


Cumbria CA2 5PD 01228 599 899

Centre NLP

16 Glenville Avenue C.lenfield I -eices-ter LE3 8BE 0116 287 3356


Woodside Shire Lane Chorleywood Herts WD3 5NH 01923 291044

Christina Bacchini

15 Fulwood Gardens Twickenham Middlesex TW1 1EN 0181 891 3068

The Development Partnership

2 Barniield St Michaels Tenderden Kent TN24 8tU 01580 765 023

The Developing Company

9 Southwood Lawn Koad London N6 5SD 0181 .341 1062

Diana Beaver

The Cottage Temple Cuiting Near Cheltenham Glos GL54 5RP 01451 850 863

Excel Communications HRD

45 West Street


Bucks ST .7 21S

01628 488 854

Frank Daniels Associates 103 Hands Koad Heanor

Derbs DE75 7BH 01773 532 195

Future Pacing

5 Wellington Square Cheltenham Clos GL50 4JU 01242 221 788

Hidden Resources

21 Wood View Birkbv

Huddersfield HD2 2DT 01484 549 515

NLP Academy

35-37 East Street Brum lev Kent BR1 1QQ 0181 402 1120

Insight Trainings

145 Chapel l.ane I ongton

Preston PR4 5NA 01772 617 663

Integration Training Centre

12 Prince Of Wales Mansions Prince Of Wales Drive London SW11 4BJ 0171 622 4670

International Training Seminars (ITS)

73 Brooke Road London N16 7RD 0181 442 4133

John Seymour Associates

17 Boyce Drive Bristol BS2 9XQ 0117 955 7827

Lambent Trainings

4 Coombe Gardens New Maiden Surrey K13 4AA 0181 715 2559

Marlin Management Trainings

Broomfield Cottage Hatfield Heath Herts CM22 7DZ 01279 731 649

NLP Northeast

Bongate Mill Farm House

Mill Hill


Cumbria CA16 6UR 01768 351 934

Organisational Healing

48 Walton Road Stockton Heath Warrington WA4 6NI. 01925 861 600

Pegasus NLP Trainings 9 Ridley Road Bournemouth BII9 1LB 01202 543 150 01202 534 250

Performance Enhancement

I Manor Court Barnes Wallis Road Segensworth East Farcham

Hants P015 5TH 01489 889 000

Performance Partnership Ltd

II Acton Hill Mews 310 Uxbridge Road Acton london W3 9QN 0181 992 9513

Personal Growth Training Ltd

41 Ilges Lane Cholsey

Oxon OXIO 9\X 01491 652 265


Keynes College University Of Kent Canterbury Kent CT2 8BI-01227 762111

Post Graduate Professional Education

St Luke's Hospital Blackmoorfoot Road Huddersfield HD4 5RQ 01484 654 711 (ext. 3276)

PPD Personal Development

Sensory Systems

Unit 30A

162 Queen's Drive

The Loning

C.lasgow G42 8QN


0141 424 4177

London NW9 6DR

0181 200 4944

The Society Of N LP

McKenna Breen Ltd

Realisation at Stenhouse

Aberdeen Studios

36 Plast urton Gardens

22/24 Highbury Grove


London N5 21-A

Cardiff CF1 91 IF

0171 704 6604

01222 377 732

Sue Knight Associates

Reeve & Atteridge

Great Oaks

18 Holmes Close

Green Lane




Bucks SL1 8 QA

Berks SI 5 9 DJ

01628 667 868

01344 872 026

Training Changes

Resourcing Solutions Ltd

7 Spenser Avenue

Royal Station Court


Station Road

Glos GL51 7DX

St Twyford

01242 580 640

Berks RG10 9NF

0118 901 6610

I hesc details are all correct at time of going to press.


General NLP References

Andreas, Connirae; Andreas, Steve (1987). Change Your Mitul—And Keep The Change: Advanced NLP Submodulities Interventions. Moan, UT: Re<il People Press.

Andreas, Connirae; Andreas, Steve (1989). Heart Of The Mind. Moab, UT: Real People Press.

Bandler, Richard; Grinder, John. (1975). The Structure Of Magic Palo Alto, CA: Science & Behavior Books.

Bandler, Richard; Grinder, John. (1979). Frogs Into Princes: Neuro-l inguistk Programming. Moab, UT: Real People Press.

Bandler, Richard; Grinder, John. (1982). Refraining: Neuro- Linguistic Programming And The Transformation Of Meaning. Ut: Real People Press.

Bandler, Richard; Macl)onald, Will (1988). .in Insider's Guide To Sub-modalities. Cupertino, CA: Meta Publications.

Bandler, Richard. (1985). Using Your Brain For A Change: Neuro-Linguistic Programming. UT: Real People Press.

Bodenhamer, Bobby G.; Ilall, Michael. (1998). Vie User's Manual For The Brain:

The Complete Manual Tor Neuro-l inguistk Programming Practitioner Certification. Bancyfelin, Carmarthen, Wales, UK: Crown House Publishing; Grand Jet. CO: KT Publications.

Cooper, John F. (1995). A Primer Of Brief Psychotherapy. NY: W.W. Norton & Co.

Dills, Robert; Grinder, John; Bandler, Richard; DeLo/ier, Judith. (1980). Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Volume I: The Study Of The Structure Of Subjectkv Experience. Cupertino. CA.: Meta Publications.

Dilts, Robert. (1983). Applications Of Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Cupertino CA: Meta Publications.

Dills, Robert B. (1983). Roots Of Nemo-Linguistic Programming Cupertino, CA: Meta Publications.

Dilts, Robert (1990). Changing Belief Systems With NLP Cupertino, CA: Mela Publications.

Grinder, John; Bandler, Richard (1976). The Structure Of Magic Volume II. Palo Alto, CA: Science & Behavior Books.

Grinder, John; Lei .ozier, Judith. (1987). Turtles All The Way Down: Prerequisites To Personal Genius. Scotts Valley, C'A: Grinder & Associates.

Hall, T. Michael. (1996). Accessing Your Ferocious Self As .4 Presenter Grand JcL CO: ET Publications.

Hall, L. Michael (1995). Meta-States: A New Domain Of Logical Levels, Self-Reflex iveness In Human Slates Of Consciousness. Grand Junction, CO: IT Publications.

Hall, L. Michael (1998). Advanced NLP Modeling: NLP Going Meta: Modeling And Engineering Human Excellence. Grand Junction, CO: ET Publications.

Mall, L. Michael. (1998). The Secrets Of Magic: Cammunicational Excellence Lor The 21st Century. Bancyfelin, Carmarthen, Wales, UK: Crown House Publishing.

Hall, L. Michael. (1996). The Spirit Of NLP: The Process, Meaning And Criteria Tor Mastering NI.P. Bancyfelin, Carmarthen, Wales, UK; The Anglo American Book Company I .td.

I^ewis, Byron A.; Pucelik, R. Frank. (1982). Magic Demystified: A Pragmatic Guide To Communication And Change. Portland, OR: Metamorphous Press, Inc.

McClendon, Terrcnce I - (1989). The Wild Days: NLP 1972 — 1981. Cupertino, CA: Meta Publications.

O'Connor, Joseph; Seymour, John (1990). Introducing Neuro-Linguistic Programming: The Neiv Psychology Of Personal Excellence. Great Britain: Mandala.

Rooney, Gene; Savage, John S. (1989). Neurological Sorts And Belief Systems. Reynoldsburg, OH: L.H.A.D. Consultants, inc.

Spitzer, Robert S. (1992). 'Virginia Satir And Origins Of NI.P," Anchor Point Journal, July, 1992.

Wright, Clifford (1989). Basic Techniques, Books I & II. Portland, OR: Metamorphous Press, Inc.

Yeager, Joseph. (1985). Thinking About Thinking With NLP. Cupertino, CA: Meta Publications

NLP Tor Therapy

Andreas, Connirae; Andreas, Tamara. (1994). Core Transformation: Reaching Vie Wellspring Within. Moab, UT: Real People Press.

Bandler, Richard. (1985). Magic In Action. Moab, UT: Real People Press.

Bandler, Richard and Grinder, John. (1982). Refraining: Neuro-Linguislic Programming And Tin- Transformation Of Meaning. Ut: Real People Prfss.

Handler, Richard ; Grinder, John. (1975, 1976). Patterns Of The Hypnotic Techniques Of Milton H. Erickson, M.D., Volumes I and II. Cupertino, CA. Meta Publications.

Bodenhamer, Bobby G.; Hall, L Michael. (1997). Figuring Out People: Design Engineering With Meta-Pwgrams. Bancyfelin, Carmarthen, Wales, UK: The Anglo American Book Company Ltd.

Bodenhamer, Bobby G.; Hall, L. Michael. (1997). Time-Lining: Patterns Tor Adventuring in 'Time.' Bancyfelin, Carmarthen, Wales, UK: The Anglo American Book Company Ltd.

Gordon, David. (1978). Therapeutic Metaphors: Helping Others through The Looking Class. Cupertino, CA: Meta Publications.

Flaro, Floyd Meanding. (1989). Cognitive Ability Patterning lor Success For Learning. Edmonton, Alberto, Canada: Learning Strategies Groups, Inc.

Hall, L. Michael. (1996a). Dragon Slaying: Dragons To Princes. Grand Jet. CO. FT Publ.

James, Tad; Woodsmail, WyatL (1988). Time Line Therapy And The liasis Of Personality. Cupertino, CA: Meta Publications.

Woodsmall, Wyatt (1988). Lifeline Therapy. Arlington VA: Advance Behavioral Modeling.

NLP Tor Business

Bandler, Richard; la Valle, John (1996). Persuasion Engineering: Sales And Business, Language And Behavior. Capitola, CA: Meta Publications.

Charvet, Shelle Kose. (1996). Words That Change Minds: Mastering The Language Of Influence. Dubuque, IO: Kendall/IIunt Publ. Co.

Cleveland, Bernard F. (1987). Master Teaching Techniques: NI P. Stone Mountain, CA: Connecting Link Press.

Dilts, Robert B.; Epstein, Todd; Dilts, Robert W. (1991). Tools For Dreamers: Strategies For Creativity And The Structure Of Innovation. Capitola, CA: Meta Publications.

Dilts, Robert B. (1994/ 1995). Strategies Of Genius, Volumes I, II & III. Capitola, CA: Meta Publications.

Dills, Robert B. (1993). Skills For The Future: Managing Creativity And Innovation. Capitola, CA: Meta Publications.

Dills, Robert B. (1995). "NTP. Self Organization Ami Strategies Of Change Management," Salt I ake City, LIT: Anchor Point, Vol. 10, pp. 3-10.

Dills, Robert B. (1996). Visionary Leadership Skills. Capitola, CA: Meta Publications.

Grinder, John; McMaster, Michael. (1983). Precision: A New Approach To Communication. Scotts Valley, CA: Grinder, Delozier & Associates.

Hall, 1_ Michael; Bodenhamer, Bobbv. (1997). Mind-Lines: Lines for Changing Minds; The Magic Of Conversational Refraining. Grand Jet. CO: E.T. Publications.

Jacobson, Sid. (1997). Solution States: A Course In Solving Problems In Business With The Pouter ttfNLP Bancyfelin, Carmarthen, Wales, UK: The Anglo American Book Company.

Knight, Sue. (1995). NI P At Work: The Difference Thai Makes A Difference In Business. Nicholas Brealey Publishing.

Laborde, Genie Z (1984). Influencing With Integrity: Management Skills Tor Communication And Negotiation. Palo Alto, CA: Syntony Publishing Co.

Lisnek, Paul M. (1996). Winning l ite Mind Came: Negotiating In Business And Life. Capitola, CA: Meta Publications.

McMaster, Michael. (1994). Performance Management: Husittess techniques That Guarantee Successful Business Systems Portland, OR: Metamorphous.

Reese, Edward; Bagley, Dan. ill. (1988). Beyond Selling: How To Maximize Your Personal Influence.

Robbins, Anthony. (1986). Unlimited Power: The New Science Of Personal Achievement. NY: Simon &: Schuster.

Robbins, Anthony. (1991). Awaken The Giant Within. New York: Simon <fe Schuster.

Woodsmall, Wyatt. (19S8). liusiness Applications OfNLT. Vienna, VA: Advance Behavioral Modeling.

Zarro, Richard; Blum, Peler. (1989). The Phone Book: Breakthrough Neurolinguistic Phone Skills Tor Profit And I nlightment. Portland, OR: Metamorphous Press, Inc.

NLPFor Eilttc at ion

Jacobson, Sid. (1983,1986). Mela-cation: Prescriptions for Some Ailing Educational Processes, Volumes I. It, & III. Cupertino, CA: Meta Publications. Grinder, Michael. (1989). Righting The Educational Conveyor Kelt. Portland, OK: Metamorphous Press. Inc.

Lloyd, Linda. (1990). Classroom Magic: Amazing Technology Tor Teachers And Home Schoolers. Portland, OR: Metamorphous Press, Inc.

Xagel, C. Van; Reese. Marvann; Reese, Edward; Siudzinski, Robert. (1985). Mega-Teaching And Learning. Portland, OR: Metamorphous Press, Inc.

O'Connor, Joseph. (1997). Not Pulling Strings. Surrey, England, UK: Lambent Books

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Baleson, Gregory. (1979). Mind And Nature: A Necessary Unit}/. New York: Bantam Books.

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de Shazcr, Steve, (1988). Clues: Investigating Solutions In Brief Therapy. New York: W.W. Norton & Co.

de Shazer, Steve. (1991). Putting Difference To Work. New York: W.W. Norton & Co.

de Shazer. Steve. (1994). Words Were Originally Magic. New York: W.W. Norton & Co.

Ellis, Albert. (1957). How To Live With A Neurotic. New York: Crown.

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Ellis, Albert. (1973). Humanistic Psychotherapy: The Rational-Emotive Approach. New York: Julian Press.

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1'urman, Ben; Ahola, Tapani. (1992). Solution Talk: Hosting Therapeutic Conversations. New York: Wr.W. Norton & Co.

Gardner, Howard (1985). Frames Of Mind: The Theory Of Multiple Intelligences. New York: Basic Books.

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Glossary of NLP Terms

Accessing Cues: Jlic ways we tune our bodies by breathing, posture, gesture and eye movements to think in certain ways.

As-If Frame: Pretending that some event has happened, so thinking "as if" it had occurred, encourages creative problem-solving by mentally going beyond apparent obstacles to desired solutions.

Analogue: Continuously variable between limits, like a dimmer switch for a light. An analogue submodality varies like light to dark, while a digital submodality operates as either off or on, i.e., we see a picture in either an associated or dissociated way.

Analogue Using one of the senses (visual, auditory, kinesthetic,

Marking: olfactory or gustatory) exclusive of words to mark out, or bring special attention. It works best when one does not make it known consciously to the other person. Their unconscious will pick up the marking. The speaker may use a gesture like a hand, arm or eyebrow movement, or change the tone or pitch of his/her voice to make note of an idea and to mark it out.

Anchoring: The process by which any stimulus or representation (external or internal) gets connected to, and so triggers, a response. Anchors occur naturally and intentionally (as in analogue marking). The NLP concept of anchoring derives from the i'avlovian stimulus-response reaction, classical conditioning. In Pavlov's study the tuning fork became the stimulus (anchor) that cued the dog to salivate.

Association: This refers to mentally seeing, hearing, and feeling from inside an experience. Associated contrasts with dissociated. In dissociation, you see a young you in the visual image. Generally, dissociation removes emotion from the experience, while, with association, we experience the information emotionally.

Auditory: The sense of hearing, one of the basic Representation Systems.

Backtrack: To review or summarize, to feed back to the other person their key words, posture, tonality, etc. The Backtrack Frame refers to a simple but eloquent way to deepen rapport.

Behavior: Beliefs:




Chunking or Stepping:

Complex Equivalence:




Content Re framing:


Any activity we engage in, "micro" like thinking, or "macro" like external actions.

Thoughts, conscious or unconscious, which have grown into a generalization about causality, meaning, self, others, behaviors, identity, etc. Beliefs address the world and how we operate in it. Ikiliefs guide us in perceiving and interpreting reality. Beliefs relate closely to values. NLP has several belief change patterns.

A submodality shift process wherein you take a problem situation, use one submodality, make it quickly get worse by degrees or levels until it becomes ridiculously distorted—in either a terrifying or humorous way. It then blows out the boundaries of representation and/or neurology. The person can then not get back the original experience.

Becoming tuned-in to another's state via reading nonverbal signals previously observed and calibrated.

An ability, a successful strategy for carrying out a task.

Changing perception by going up or down levels and/or logical levels. Chunking up refers to going up a level (inducing up, induction). It leads to higher abstractions. Chunking down refers to going down a level (deducing, deduction). It leads to more specific examples or cases.

A linguistic distinction wherein someone makes two statements to mean the same thing, e.g., "I le is late; he doesn't love me."

A state wherein one's internal representation works in an aligned way. What a person says corresponds with what he/she does. Both their non-verbal signals and their verbal statements match. A state of unity, fitness, internal harmony, not conflict.

Present moment awareness. Awareness of seven +/- two chunks of information.

The specifics and details of an event, answers what? and why? Contrasts with process or structure.

Giving a statement another meaning. Created by asking, "What else could this mean?"

The setting, frame or process in which events occur and provides meaning for content.

Context Changing the context of a statement which gives it

Refraining: another meaning, created by asking, "Where would this represent an appropriate response?" All meaning operates as context-dependent. So meaning changes whenever we change context.

Conversational An hypnotic linguistic distinction, a question people

Postulate: naturally interpret as a command. "Will you now learn NLP?"

Criterion: A value, what one finds important in a particular context.

Cross Over Matching one's body movements with a different type of

Mirroring: movement, e.g., tapping your finger in time to someone's breathing.

Cues: information that provides clues to another's subjective structures, e.g., eye accessing cues, predicates, breathing, body posture, gestures, voice tone and tonality, etc.

Deep Structure: The complete linguistic form of a statement from which the surface structure derives.

Deletion: The missing portion of an experience either linguistically or representationally.

Digital: Varying between two states, e.g., a light switch—cither on or off. A digital submodality: color or black-and-white; an analogue submodality: varying between dark and bright.

Dissociation: Not "in" an experience, but seeing or hearing it from outside as from a spectator's point of view, in contrast to association.

Distortion: The modeling process by which we inaccurately represent something in our neurology or linguistics. Can occur to create limitations or resources.

Downtime: Not in sensory awareness, but "down" inside one's own mind seeing, hearing, and feeling thoughts, memories, awarenesses; a light trance state with attention focused inward.

Ecology: The question about the overall relationship between idea, skill, response and larger environment or system, internal ecology: the overall relationship between person and thoughts, strategies, behaviors, capabilities, values and beliefs. The dynamic balance of elements in a system.

Elicitation: Evoking a state by word, behavior, gesture or any stimuli. Gathering information by direct observation of non-verbal signals or by asking Mcta-model questions.

Empowerment: Process of adding vitality, energy, and new powerful resources to a person; vitality at the neurological level, change of habits.

Epistemology: The study of how we know what we know. NLP operates as an epistemology.

Eye Accessing Movements of the eyes in certain directions indicating

Cues: visual, auditory or kinesthetic thinking (processing).

rirst Position: Perceiving the world from your own point of view, associated; one of the three perceptual positions.

Frame: Context, environment, meta-level, a way of perceiving something (as in Outcome Frame, "As-lf" Frame, Backtrack Frame, etc.).

Future Pace: Process of mentally practicing (rehearsing) an event before it happens. One of the key processes for ensuring the permanency of an outcome, a frequent and key ingredient in most NLP interventions.

Generalization: Process by which one specific experience comes to represent a whole class of experiences, one of the three modeling processes in NLP.

Gestalt: A collection of memories connected neurologically, based on similar emotions.

Gustatory: The sense of taste, one of the representation systems.

Hard Wired: Neurologically-based factor, the neural connectors primarily formed during gestation, similar to the hard wiring of a computer.

Hypnosis: A state altered from usual states, an inward focus of attention, trance, a state measurable on an FF.G.

Identity: Self-image or self-concept; the person you define yourself.

Incongruence: State wherein parts conflict and war with each other;

having reservations; not totally committed to an outcome, expressed in incongruent messages, signals; lack of alignment or matching of word and behavior.

Insinuation: Process for putting a new mental strategy (way of doing things) inside mind-body so it operates automatically, often achieved through anchoring, leverage, metaphors, parables, refraining, future pacing, etc.

Internal Patterns of information we create and store in our minds,

Représentations: combinations of sights, sounds, sensations/smells and (IR)


Leading: Lead System:

leverage: Logical Level: Loop:


Sensations, feelings, tactile sensations on surface of skin, proprioceptive sensations inside the body; includes vestibular system or sense of balance.

Changing your own behaviors after obtaining rapport so another follows. An acid test for high level of rapport.

The representation system that inputs information into consciousness, often a different system from the primary

Information or stimulus that motivates a person; change point in a system.

A higher level, a level about a lower level, a meta-level that drives and modulates the lower level.

A circle, cycle, story, metaphor or representation that goes back to its own beginning, so that it loops back (feeds back) onto itself. An open loop: a story left unfinished. A closed loop: a finished story. In strategies: loop refers to getting hung up in a set of procedures for which there is no way out, the strategy fails to exit.

Map of Reality: Model of the world, a unique representation of the world built in each person's brain by abstracting from experiences, comprised of a neurological and a linguistic map, one's internal representations (IK).

Matching: Adopting facets of another's outputs (behavior, words, etc.) to enhance rapport.

Meta: Above, beyond, about, at a higher level, a logical level higher.

Meta-Model: A model with 11 (or 12) linguistic distinctions that identifies language patterns that obscure meaning in a communication via distortion, deletion and generalization; 11 (or 12) specific challenges or questions by which to clarify imprecise language (ill-formedness) to reconnect it to sensory experience and the deep structure. Meta-modeling brings a person out of trance. Developed, 1975, by Richard Bandler and John Grinder. Basis of all other discoveries in NLP.

Meta-Programs: The mental/perceptual programs for sorting and paying attention to stimuli, perceptual filters that govern attention, sometimes "neuro-sorts," or meta-processes.

Meta-State: A state about a state, bringing a state of mind-body (fear, anger, joy, learning) to bear upon another state from a higher logical level, generates a gestalt state—a meta-state, developed by Michael Hall.

Metaphor: Indirect communication by a story, figure of speech, parable, simile, allegory, etc., implying a comparison, a "carrying over" of meaning by presenting something on the side. Use: to bypass conscious resistance and communicate to unconscious mind directlv.

Milton Model: Inverse of the Meta-model, using artfully vague language patterns to pace another person's experience and access unconscious resources. The Milton Model induces trance.

Mirroring: Precisely matching portions of another person's behavior for the purpose of building rapport, becoming a mirror image of another's physiology, tonality and predicates.

Mismatching: Offering different patterns of behavior to another;

breaking rapport for the purpose of redirecting, interrupting, or terminating a meeting or conversation; mismatching as a meta-program.

Modal Linguistic distinctions in the Meta-model that indicate

Operators: the "mode" by which a person "operates"—the mode of necessity, impossibility, desire, possibility, etc.; the predicates (can, can't, possible, impossible, have to, must, etc.) that we utilize for motivation.

Model: A description of how something works, a generalized, deleted or distorted copy of the original.

Modeling: The process of observing and replicating the successful actions and behaviors of others; the process of discerning the sequence of 1R and behaviors that enable someone to accomplish a task; the basis of Accelerated Learning.

Model of A map of reality, a unique representation of the world via the World: abstraction from our experiences; the total of one's personal operating principles.

Multiple The process of describing the same thing from different

Description: viewpoints.

Neuro-Linguistic The study of excellence, a model of how people structure Programming: their experience; the structure of subjective experience;

how humans become programmed in their thinking-emoting and behaving in their very neurology by the various languages they use to process, code and retrieve information.

Neurological Known as the different levels of experience: environ-Levels: ment, behavior, capability, belief, identity and spirituality constructed by Dilts, not true "logical" levels (MH).

Nominalization: A linguistic distinction in the Meta-model; an hypnotic pattern of trance language; a process or verb turned into an (abstract) noun; a process frozen in time.

The sense of smell.

Olfactory: Outcome:




Perceptual Filters:

A specific, sensory-based desired result. Should meet the well-formedness criteria.

Using one RS to gain access to another, to overlap from one highly developed RS to a less developed system.

Gaining and maintaining rapport with another by joining their model of the world by saying what fits with and matches their language, beliefs, values, current experience, etc. Crucial to rapport building.

Unconscious parts, sub-personalities created through some Significant Emotional Experience (SEE); disowned and separated functions that begin to take on a life of their own, a source of intra-personal conflict when incon-graent.

Unique ideas, experiences, beliefs, values, mcta-programs, decisions, memories and language that shape and color our model of the world.

Phonological Ambiguity:

Physiological. Predicates:

Preferred System:

Perceptual Our point of view, one of three positions: first position:

Position: associated, second position: from another person's perspective, third position: from another other position.

Two words that sound alike, but we can see there/their difference in a plain/plane way if we look to see/sea it.

The physical part of the person.

What we assert or predicate about a subject; sensory based words indicating a particular RS (visual predicates, auditory, kinesthetic, unspecified).

The RS that an individual typically uses most in thinking and organizing experience.

Presuppositions: Ideas that we have to take for granted for a communication to make sense; assumptions; that which "holds" (position) "up" (sup) a statement "ahead of time" (pre).

Punctuation Ambiguity created by merging two separate sentences

Ambiguity: into one can always try to make sense of them. In that sentence notice that "one" both ends the first sentence and begins the second: a punctuation ambiguity.

Quotes: Bandler once said that Grinder said that Erickson said that, "It is a linguistic pattern wherein someone else expresses our message." Quotes displace resistance from the speaker, an hypnotic pattern.

Rapport: A sense of connection with another, a feeling of mutuality, a sense of trust, created by pacing, mirroring and matching, a state of empathy or second position.

Refraining: Taking a frame of reference so that it looks new or different; presenting an event or idea from a different point of view so it has a different meaning; content or context reframing, a change pattern.

Representation: An idea, thought, presentation of sensory-based or evaluative based information.

Representation How we mentally code information using the sensory

System (RS): systems: Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic, Olfactory, and Gustatory.

Requisite Flexibility in thinking, emoting, speaking, behaving; the

Variety: person with the most flexibility of behavior controls the action; the Law of Requisite Variety.

Resources: Any means we can bring to bear to achieve an outcome: physiology, slates, thoughts, strategics, experiences, people, events or possessions.

Resourceful The total neurological and physical experience when a State: person feels resourceful.

Satir Categories: The five body postures and language styles indicating specific ways of communicating: leveler, blamer, placator, computer and distracter, developed by Virginia Satir.

Second Perceiving the world from another's point of view, in

Position: tune with another's sense of reality.

Sensory Acuity: Awareness of the outside world, of the senses, making finer distinctions about the sensory information we get from the world.

Sensory-Rased Information directly observable and verifiable by the Description: senses; see-hear-feel language that we can test empirically, in contrast to evaluative descriptions.

Significant A high level emotional event during which we tend to Emotional make intense learnings that become imprinted, the Experience (SEE): generation of unconscious parts.

State: Holistic phenomenon of mind-body emotions, mood, emotional condition; sum total of all neurological and physical processes within individual at any moment in time.

Strategy: A sequencing of thinking-behaving to obtain an outcome or create an experience, the structure of subjectivity ordered in a linear model of the TOTE.

Subnwdalities: Distinctions within each RS, qualities of internal representations; the smallest building blocks of thoughts, characteristics in each system.

Surface A linguistic term for the spoken or written communica-

S truc ture: tion derived from the deep structure by deletion, distortion and generalization.

Synesthesia: Automatic link from one RS to another, a V-K synesthesia involves seeing —> feeling without a moment of consciousness to think about it; automatic program.

Syntactic Ambiguous sentence where a verb plus "ing" serves as

Ambiguity: either an adjective or a verb, e.g., "influencing people can make a difference."

Third Position: Perceiving the world from viewpoint of an observer's position, one of the three perceptual positions, position where you see both yourself and another.

Time-line: A metaphor describing how we store our sights, sounds and sensations of memories and imaginations, a way of coding and processing the construct "time."

Timeline An NLP therapeutic technique developed by Tad James;

Therapy™ a process for dealing with problems in one's constructs

Technique: of past or future events.

Trance: An altered state with an inward focus of attention;


Triple The process of perceiving experience through first,

Description: second and third positions to gain wisdom of all three viewpoints.

Unconscious: Everything not in conscious awareness, minor KS.

Unified Field: The unifying framework for NLP, a three-dimensional matrix of Neurological Levels, Perceptual Positions and " lime" codings.

Universal A linguistic term in the Meta-model for words that code

Quantifier: things with "allness" {every, all, never, none, etc.); a distinction that admits no exceptions.

Unspecified Nouns that do not specify to whom or to what they refer.


Unspecified Verbs tha t ha ve the ad verb deleted, delete specifics of the

Verbs: action.

Uptime: State where attention and senses directed outward to immediate environment; all sensory channels open and alert.

Value: What is important to you in a particular context? Your values (criteria) arc what motivate you in life. Ever}' motivational strategy ends with a kinesthetic representation. You feel the value of your representations.

Visual: Seeing, imagining; the RS of sight.

Visualization: The process of seeing images in your mind.

Well- The criterion that enable us to specify an outcome in

Formedness ways that make it achievable and verifiable; powerful

Condition: tool for negotiating win/win solutions.

Agreement Frame: 67-68 Aligned Self: 68-70 Allergy Cure: 206-208 Anchoring: 51-54, 58-59 As If Frame: 123-124 Assertiveness: 215-217

Ecology: 41—A4 Education: 256-257 Elicitation of States: 46-48 Emotions: 111

Fnd of Day Review: 201-202 Eye Accessing Cue Chart: 271

Bandler/Grinder: 5-7 Belief Change: 76-78 Belief Synesthesia: 188-189 Boundaries: 220-221 Business: 255

Calibration: 40, 273 Change: 24-29 Chaining States: 124-126 Change Personal History:


Co-Dependency: 213 -214 Cognitive Distortions: 174-178 Content/ Process: 33, 239-240 Collapsing Anchors: 58-59 Circle of Excellence: 95-97 Core Transformation: 98-100 Creativity: 227-228 Criteria: 192-193, 217-220

Dis-Identification: 78-81 Decision Destroyer: 97-98 Decision Making: 131-132 De-Pleasuring: 135-136 Denominating: 150-151 Disney Pattern: 227-228

Flexibility: 44 Forgiveness: 202-205 Frames: 182-183

General Semantics: xvi-xvii Godiva Chocolate: 130-131 Grief Resolution: 208-210

Health: 265

Healthy Eating: 212-213 I

Identity: 75ff Incongruity: 57, 71-72 Induction of State: 48-50 Inner Sage: 109 Interruption of State: 50-51 "Is" of Identity: xvii, 275-277

Loving Yourself: 106-107 Languaging: 141-156

Magic: xii, xiv, 3-4 Magical parents: 222-223 Meaning: 52-53 , 179, 181 Memories: 138-139 Meta: 21

Meta-Programs: 35,158-159, Changing Meta-Programs: 159-173

Pacing Meta-Programs: 158—159 Meta-States: 21-23 Meta-Model/Meta-modeling:

143-148 Meta-Model 111: 149-150 Meta-Transformation: 101-102 Mistakes to Learning: 129-130;

223-224 Modalities: 17 Modeling: 8,12 Motivation: 130

NT.P: 6-13,15-16 NLP Algorith: 28-29, 262-263 New Behavior Generator: 199-200

Pacing: 39-40 Parts: 57

Parts Negotiation: 59-61 Patterns: 10-11, 26 Pattern Thinking: 237-242 Peace with Parents: 103-106 Perceptual Positions: 63-67 Phobia Cure: 112-118 Pleasure: 133-136 Positive Intention: 54-55 I're-Griefing: 211 Problem Definition: 152-153 Problem Analysis: 244-253


Content: 160-162 Context: 183 Conscious: 182-183 6-Six: 61-63, 187 188 Submodality: 183-184 Re-Tmprinting: 81-86 Relationships: 266

SCORE: 225-227 Self-Sufficiency: 107-108 Spinning Icons: 229-231 Sports: 264

State Management: 119-120 Stale Awareness: 120-122 Structure: 12, 26 Strategies: 197-199, 200-234 Submodalities: 18-20, 183-184 Submodality Overlapping:

126-127 Swish: 93-95

Synesthesias: I ,i mited: 137-138, ' 188-189

lime-Lining: 86-89 Iherapy: 258-264, 279-282 Thinking Patterns: 157-178 Thought Virus: 193-194 Threshold: 127-128

VAK: 16-17

Value Hierarchy: 189-191 Kinesthetic Hierarchy: 192-193 Visual Squash: 72-74 V-K Dissociation: 112-118

Well-Formed Outcomes: 36-39

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