Resolving PTSD with NLP (NeuroLinguistic Programming) is created by and its content is the responsibility of Dr. Richard Gray. Based on the work of Steve Andreas and Nick Kemp, it offers a methodology for teaching skills to individuals to run their own neurology.
The program is for use by counselors, health care professionals and NLP practitioners. It employs the Visual / Kinesthetic Dissociation (V/K D) protocol which has been successfully used after 9/11, in Oklahoma City, and with emergency response personnel, combat veterans and trauma victims. A recent pilot study using American veterans successfully removed the intrusive symptoms of PTSD in 96% of those treated. That study is pending publication.
NeuroLinguistic Programming (NLP) was co-created by Richard Bandler and John Grinder. It is a system for modeling the strategies of successful individuals and teaching those patterns to others. Training to the Practitioner level and beyond is widely available.
Visual / Kinesthetic Dissociation (V/K D) is a pattern that has proven to be successful in reducing the experience of post traumatic stress, particularly with individuals whose experience is characterized by persistent flashbacks. V/K D skills enable learners to transform the structure of intrusive memories. The protocol focuses on process rather than the content of traumatic memory.
Program content includes:
– Background and references about how the program works
– Assessment criteria to identify who will benefit from the program
– How to identify behavioural indicators of skill acquisition
– Resource materials
Live training is periodically available. For more information contact:
Dr. Richard Gray at firstname.lastname@example.org or NW Training & Development at email@example.com
Dr. Gray’s upcoming speaking engagements include the following:
– Okinawa Japan, April, 2015
* N.B. These videos are informational only and do not guarantee competence in the illustrated techniques for the purchaser. V/K D training and certification will soon be made available in cooperation with the Research and Recognition Program, Inc.