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Neuro-Linguistic Programming
Research Data Base [ Grimley B, 2016. | Id:413 ]

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Grimley B: Removal of PTSD Symptoms in a Client Using Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Journal of Experiential Psychotherapy 19(3): 37-46, 2016.

Abstract: Introduction: Neuro-Linguistic Programming, (NLP) is an eclectic modality and can be regarded as experiential in many ways. The introduction takes the reader through a very brief understanding of the history, epistemology and methodology of NLP with the aim of providing a framework which can be elaborated in the case history.

Objectives: The objective of this paper is to stimulate thinking around the use of a multiparadigmatic modality in the context of psychotherapy and to demonstrate how NLP can work in that context. This section provides one example of an 18 session case history, with discussion, of how NLP successfully assisted the resolution of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in a case of historical sexual abuse.

Methods: The method used in this paper is that of a single case study. NLP is regarded as the main theoretical orientation throughout the intervention and the methodology arising from such a theoretical orientation is discussed.

Results: The results of the psychotherapy intervention are provided by reference to before and after profiles on the Detailed Assessment of Post-Traumatic Stress, (DAPS, Briere, 2001) and a 15 item feedback form. Results are also provided in the form of statements from the client during and after therapy. Before and after scores from an on-line personality questionnaire are discussed as well.

Conclusions: NLP when used by an experienced therapist can be effective in resolving the symptoms of PTSD.


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