Beaver R: Neuro-linguistic programme as practised by an educational psychologist.
Association of Educational Psychologists Journal 5(2): 87-90, 1989.
Abstract: Provides some examples of an educational psychologist's practice using neurolinguistic programming (NLP). The author outlines case studies of work with a 9-yr-old girl and 4 boys aged 7, 10, 10, and 14 yrs when NLP was particularly effective. Cases are preceded with a brief description of the major elements of NLP used with the client (rapport building, swish pattern anchor chaining, visual/kinaesthetic dissociation, and spelling strategy). (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved).