People in NLP: Who's Who in NLP
         
 


Introducing
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NLP Definition

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NLP was developed in the mid-70s by John Grinder, a Professor at UC Santa Cruz and Richard Bandler, a graduate student. NLP, as most people use the term today, is a set of models of how communication impacts and is impacted by subjective experience. It's more a collection of tools than any overarching theory.

Much of early NLP was based on the work of Virginia Satir, a family therapist; Fritz Perls, founder of Gestalt therapy; Gregory Bateson, anthropologist; and Milton Erickson, hypnotist.

     

This page contains information about major contributors in the NLP community. This includes developers of NLP models, authors, and trainers. If you know of a biography entry which should be added to this page, please contact Stever Robbins.

NLP Developers


Richard Bandler John Grinder Robert Dilts Todd Epstein Judith DeLozier Leslie Cameron-Bandler Michael Lebeau

NLP and DHE Trainers


NLP Authors


  • Joseph O'Connor, author of Introducing NLP, as well as several other books on NLP and its applications.

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