Changing with NLP: A Casebook of Neuro-linguistic Programming in Medical Practice

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Radcliffe Publishing, 2004 - 344 pages
Stroke is a common cause of death and disability yet across Europe there is considerable variation in outcome. This book: * Enables clinicians and managers of stroke services to judge their effectiveness and efficiency. * Illustrates how to assess evaluate and compare stroke services and introduces the reader to qualitative methodologies to assess outcome * Is a useful guide for auditing the National Service Frameworks for older people and stroke * Provides generic tools for collecting and assessing cost effectiveness that can be applied to any chronic disease * Is applicable in the UK throughout Europe and the rest of the world Clinicians and managers of stroke services (including physicians neurologists nurses and therapists) health service researchers and evaluators working with all chronic diseases will find this practical guide to be essential reading. For downloadable resources accompanying this book click here
 

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Table des matières

Starting the journey
3
Models of learning and changing
19
Basics of changing with NLP
39
Anatomy of change
63
Practice
79
Getting what you want
81
Building resources
95
Collapsing anchors
113
Resolving grief
171
Sixstep reframing
181
Relationships through the looking glass
193
Using time for a change
207
Integrating parts
223
Clinical concerns
239
NLP Freud and friends
263
The dark side of the force
281

Chaining anchors together
125
Basic submodality patterns
135
Phobias and traumatic memories
147
The counterexample process
161
Further along the path
299
Bibliography and other resources
313
Eyeaccessing cues
329
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