Neuro-Linguistic Programming: Protocols For Change: An Instruction Manual for the Clinician

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AuthorHouse, Oct 26, 2005 - Medical - 320 pages
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Page 4 - ... elicits, independent of the communicator's intentions; 2) Resistance is a comment upon the inflexibility of the communicator; 3) There is no substitute for clean, active sensory channels; 4) People have all the resources necessary to make any desired change; 5) The positive worth of the individual is held constant while the value and appropriateness of internal and/or external behavior is questioned.] Mundy: lt's super stuff.
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