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The NLP View: Karen Moxom Discusses "The NLP Professional"

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Many people are learning about one of the most powerful and most important healing modalities called NLP which refers to a stated connection between the neurological processes (Neuro), our language (Linguistics) and the behavioral patterns that have been learned through experience (Programming). NLP is an approach to communication, personal development and psychotherapy that can be used to enhance an individual’s personal and professional success. The NLP Professional applies the tools and techniques of NLP in order to facilitate the necessary changes which are needed for success when working with clients. The book questions some of the current practices in the field of NLP and challenges whether or not the practice is ultimately useful to achieve the desired outcome. It also explores how to expand the impact of NLP as it creates a profession that is credible, respectable and established. Tune in to this segment of The NLP View Radio Show, as host, Donna Blinston is joined by author, Karen Moxom to discuss her best-selling book, NLP for the Professional, Create a More Professional, Effective and Successful NLP Business. Stay tuned! 

Karen Moxom is the Managing Director of the Association for NLP (ANLP), an independent award winning social enterprise specializing in membership services for NLP Professionals. Karen is the editor of Rapport, the magazine for NLP Professionals, and the publisher of Acuity and the NLP Research Journal, Current Research in NLP. Until recently Karen was Chair of Governors at her son’s school, she is a Scout helper and is part of the Developing Special Provision Locally Parent Reference group for Hertfordshire County Council.