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When they got their start, Richard Bandler was a long-haired, chain-smoking year-old. He had been running a gestalt therapy group reputed to have a high rate of success. He was also making transcripts of sessions of Fritz Perls. Before NLP, Bandler was already doing modeling.
However, Bandler was having difficulty teaching other students how to get his results. Bandler asked Grinder to observe his group and analyze it for patterns that might explain his results. Grinder was the youngest American professor of linguistics at the time. He agreed, and the two became friends as they worked together. Grinder joined Bandler in examining Pearls' work. They began to look at other therapists, most notably Virginia Satir, at that time. They reviewed videos oftherapists' sessions and sat in on live sessions.
In time, they also began studying the theories of Gregory Bateson.
He introduced them to Milton Erickson, and they began analyzing his work as well. Grinder discovered that Bandler and the therapists they were studying used similar language patterns, and surmised that these patterns must have been valuable parts of treatment.
Bandler and Grinder began writing about their discoveries and teaching a psychology course in which they taught their approach to psychotherapy.
By today's standards, this would be strange, because neither of them were licensed therapists, and their techniques had received very little scrutiny. In fact, the university eventually discontinued the course on the basis that it constituted unauthorized 38 The Big Book of NLP experimentation on students.
Stevens and Connierae Andreas developed them from recordings of the seminars. As the field took form, Bandler coined the term Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Romantic relationships and marriages blossomed from these early liaisons. John O. Stevens changed his name to Steve Andreas and married Connierae Andreas. The group experimented with abandon on each other and strangers, coming up with countless therapeutic ideas. Their wild experimentation was very much in the spirit of the times, when personal development and psychotherapy were much more like the Wild West.
Their work became quite popular, allowing them to provide seminars at many locations. These travelling seminars took place from the late s to the early s. At this point, some conflicts emerged. The value of NLP had become obvious at this point, and Bandler attempted to secure the rights to the name. To do this, he sued Grinder and others, but lost the legal battles.
Bandler and Grinder split, and took different directions, creating new names for their approaches. Presuppositions NLP brings attention to how our assumptions affect our behavior and results in life. It asserts that much of this goes on unconsciously. Whether they are true or not, assumptions or presuppositions, in NLP parlance , make the world go 'round.
Clients often benefit by becoming more conscious of their own presuppositions, and refining them for better results. Meta-model violations such as over-generalizing cause people to leave out too much useful information.
NLP has its own presuppositions, and they are spelled out in order to make it possible to use them, challenge them, or refine them. The well-known NLP phrase, "the map is not the territory" is one such presupposition. There is no official list of NLP presuppositions, but later in this book you can find a very good and useful collection of them.
However, there are studies that look at aspects of NLP. They are mostly small studies, so they do not constitute proof, and there is definitely no scientific consensus regarding NLP. Better put, there is no significant scientific interest in NLP. Much of what research has taken place has shown a poor understanding of NLP, and suffered from methodological problems as well.
Thus, it is unfair to say that research disproves NLP. This is a ludicrous idea, anyway, since NLP is no single thing that can be proved or disproved.
One of the more impressive studies took place as the Active Ingredients Project carried out by Professor Charles Figley. He became interested in rapid acting therapies, that he called power therapies at the time.
This took place in the early s. He compared several therapeutic approaches that are used for people with symptoms of trauma. The study was not intended to be a highly sophisticated one, but more as a means of generating initial interest in researching such approaches. Figley developed this interest when a trauma counselor committed suicide. A couple of small studies support the NLP spelling strategy of looking up and to the left while visualizing the words being learned.
Subjects had significantly better recall and forgot much less over time, to the point that their recall greatly exceeded what is normal for people memorizing things. Several small studies support the value of the NLP phobia cure. It was not only helpful for phobias, but anxiety and depression in connection with phobias.
It was also helpful for individuals reacting to psychological trauma. There is some research on submodalities the aspects of how we represent things in our minds that lends support to its use in NLP, but this has not gotten enough attention. However, cognitive psychotherapy is often practiced with elements of NLP, including submodality work.
It depends on the therapist's background. Anchoring is an important part of NLP. This is the ability of establishing a sort of signal such as touching a specific area of the client's arm that can later be used to help evoke the state that the person was in at the time the signal was established. This can be used to help get a person past their resistance to change by triggering a state that will carry them past their fear, for example.
I don't know of research directly on this, but there are countless studies on behavioral conditioning, which is what anchoring is based on. There is a great deal of research that has implications for NLP, or that, at least in theory, supports some NLP ideas and interventions.
One area of research that stands out in this regard has to do with allergies. It suggests that the NLP allergy process is plausible and deserves attention from researchers. There are studies that suggest that allergies can be modified through behavioral conditioning. This is what the NLP allergy process is said to do.
Also, there are some small studies of the actual NLP allergy process that are very promising. Since NLP draws from others' work, it is no surprise that there is much research on methods that NLP has modeled, such as the hypnotic work of Milton Erickson.
There is a good deal of very positive research on hypnotic communication. Very compelling results have come out of a study on using the NLP timeline approach for asthma.
Again, the study was fairly small 30 experimental subjects with 16 controls , but impressive. This is especially impressive, because people with asthma tend to lose lung function over time, not improve it. Read it for the mind-altering realization that comes with understanding just how metaphorical life is.
Core Transformation: Reaching the Wellspring Within by Connirae Andreas If you ever feel there are aspects of your inner-self that are holding you back from blossoming in your personal or professional life, this book offers a ten-step solution that has potential to heal the very core of your problems. This is one NLP book offers a way to change at the very center of your being, on a spiritual level. Casual, yet deep and descriptive — a journey through the methodology. Extremely well written.
Pathways to Health and Well-Being 2nd Edition by Dilts There are many beliefs that we hold on to in our lives that inhibit us from further growth, and may even be detrimental to our personal well-being. This book helps us to let go of the beliefs that may be stopping us from our personal development, so that we may lead lives that are free of the problematic beliefs and programming within our minds.
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