PART Introduction What is NLP? The 'Six Faces' of the Field Organisational Applications of NLP PART II The Road to Santa Cruz Discovering the Language of Change Exploring Inner Landscapes The Influences of Erickson and the Palo Alto Group Gregory Bateson and Cybernetics The Presuppositions of NLP PART III 'Useful versus True' – Theory, Knowledge and Pseudoscience What Does Research Say About NLP? NLP and Ethics – Outcome, Ecology and Integrity NLP as a Movement – Values and Discourse PART IV Synthesis Quo Vadis?
PAUL TOSEY has more than 15 years' experience of developing coaches
and consultants at postgraduate level at the University of Surrey,
UK. He is a Master Practitioner of NLP, has supervised doctoral
research in NLP, published academic articles on the subject, and
chaired the world's First International NLP Research Conference in
JANE MATHISON has been involved with NLP for many years and is an accredited NLP trainer. She gained her PhD from the University of Surrey in 2003, then worked as a Research Officer on the applications of NLP to transformative learning. Recently she has been exploring innovations in the use of NLP in qualitative research.