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Integrating Individual and Marital Therapy Using Neuro-Linguistic Programming: A Case Study

  • Donald I. Davis

Abstract

Neuro-Linguistic Programming is a model, developed by Richard Bandler and John Grinder, for the study of subjective experience 1,2 Elements of their model have been applied effectively to alter both individual and interpersonal experience 3,4,5.

Keywords

Family Therapy Change History Internal Response Representational System Interpersonal Experience 
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References

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    Dilts, R.B., Grinder, J., Bandler, R., DeLozier, J., & CameronBandler, L. Neuro-Linguistic Programming: Vol 1. Meta Publications, Cupertino, CA. (1979)Google Scholar
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    Bandler, R. & Grinder, J. Frogs into Princes, Real People Press, Moab, UT. (1979)Google Scholar
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    Cameron-Bandler, L. They Lived Happily Ever After: A Book About Achieving Happy Ending in Coupling. Meta Publications, Cupertino, CA (1980)Google Scholar
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    Lankton, S.R. Practical Magic: A Translation of Basic NeuroLinguistic Programming Into Clinical Psychotherapy. Meta Publications, Cupertino, CA. (1980)Google Scholar
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    Davis, S.L.R. Davis, D.I., “Neuro-Linguistic ProgrammingTM and Family Therapy, 9: 283–292. (1983)Google Scholar

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© Plenum Press, New York 1985

Authors and Affiliations

  • Donald I. Davis
    • 1
  1. 1.Family Therapy Institute of Alexandria (Virginia, USA)AlexandriaUSA

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