NLP Video – What Is NLP by Dr John Grinder
In this NLP video Dr John Grinder co-developer of NLP (neuro linguistic programming) discusses the New Code of NLP.
About Dr John Grinder
Dr John Grinder is credited with the co-creation with Richard Bandler of the field of Neuro-linguistic programming. In 1972 Richard Bandler, an undergraduate student of psychology, approached him for assistance in specific aspects of modeling Gestalt therapy.
Starting with Fritz Perls, followed by a leading figure in family therapy Virginia Satir, and later the leading figure in hypnosis in psychiatry Milton Erickson, Grinder and Bandler modeled the various cognitive behavioral patterns of these therapists, which they published in The Structure of Magic Volumes I & II (1975, 1976), Patterns of the Hypnotic Techniques of Milton H. Erickson, Volumes I & II (1975, 1977) and Changing With Families (1976). This work formed the basis of the methodology that became the foundation of neuro-linguistic programming.
New code of NLP
Dr John Grinder now refers to the original NLP modelling projects as Classic Code NLP; his more recent work is called New Code NLP. Dr John Grinder initiated The New Code originally with Judith Delozier and more recently with Carmen Bostic St Clair. The New Code streamlines and brings significant enhancements to the now thirty year old Classic Code. John and Carmen deliver a full schedule of New Code NLP-based seminars around the world.
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