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The RESOLVE framework integrates NLP's effective brief therapy and the personal encounter of psychotherapy. Using techniques that access the deeper structure of the brain for fast, permanent change, "RESOLVE" demonstrates how to: - identify the techniques that work for each client - create a relationship that empowers - introduce changes in life-approach - access inner skills, strategies and strengths - ensure that change occurs in the deeper brain structures where older patterns of behaviour were first laid down - recognise stages in the therapeutic process, and respond most effectively for that stage. Richard gives examples from his work with PTSD in Bosnia-Herzegovina, and with addictions, depression, anxiety conditions, personality disorders and psychoses in clinical practice in New Zealand and elsewhere. His framework is wonderfully clear and easy to follow for all those wishing to make fundamental life changes quickly and effectively. "A must read for any professional trainer or psychotherapist who wants to stay informed." - L. Michael Hall PhD, Cognitive-Behavioural psychologist, author and international trainer.
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A useful guide for those who new to NLP and experienced practitioners who want to develop their skills. This accessible text is particularly useful for healthcare practitioners who want to know more about how persuasion can change attitudes. The book provides a comprehensive guide to the application of NLP within psychotherapy and powerfully describes potential positive outcomes for both therapists and service users. Chapter 2 specifically deals with how emotional states effect the brain and Chapter 3 focuses upon intervention choices and how to change submodalities. Chapter 4 considers specific disorders and acknowledges the difficulty of helping complex cases. The author defines difficult and technical terms such as 'trancework' and 'parts integration' and provides a straightforward account of the principles underlying NLP. The second half of the book is dedicated to exploring 'choices for change' and using advanced NLP techniques within established theoretical models such as Motivational Interviewing. A particular strength of the book is that it makes generous use of case transcripts to demonstrate the practical application of NLP techniques in counselling and psychotherapy. Overall this is a very accessible text, which clearly explains the subject and is highly recommended for clinicians' students and laypeople alike. Andy Young, Senior Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing, Sheffield Hallam University --Andy Young, Senior Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing, Sheffield Hallam UniversityAbout the Author:
Richard Bolstad PhD is a certified trainer with the International NLP Association. He has a doctorate in clinical hypnotherapy and is a member of the New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists. He has taught the RESOLVE model to psychotherapists and counsellors around the world. He is a co-author of the acclaimed book, "The Structure of Personality".
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