The NLP Field Guide, Part 1 – A Reference Manual of Practitioner-level Patterns

The NLP Field Guide is a comprehensive workbook of Practitioner-level patterns of NLP, including New Code NLP. Written for Practitioner trainings, this detailed guide is also a welcome addition to the shelf of any NLP Trainer, Coach or Practitioner who will enjoy the detailed and specific instructions for a broad array of techniques and strategies.

Significantly updated since the original printed version, especially on the following areas:
– Outcome, Intention and Consequences
– Perceptual Positions and Meta Mirror
– Dilts’ Neurological Levels
– Frames and Framing
– Time lines
– N-step Reframe (Six Step Reframe)

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3 comments for “The NLP Field Guide, Part 1 – A Reference Manual of Practitioner-level Patterns

  1. Count. Daniel John Fogarty
    March 21, 2013 at 12:53 AM

    What a cute little book to change your life Wow!!!! I’m doing the graduate (highly advanced master practitioner) certification for New Code NLP with Chris and Jules Collingwood and got this manual as apart of the training materials.I like the fact that it is clear, concise, straight-forward and helps me to remember my trainings with both Chris and Jules in my home town, 2 1/2 hours out from Sydney Australia – Allowing me to make practice of what I have been taught and what I can refer to if I need to refresh my skills or re-learn a pattern. I gave this book 5/5 for this reason, each pattern is short, simple and to the point with no muck around nor run around.You do the drills and you get the skills… It’s as simple as that!!!I would recommend this product to anyone wishing to study New Code NLP, anyone wishing to look into study with Chris and Jules Collingwood or for anyone that wants to brush up on their skills 🙂

  2. Anonymous
    March 21, 2013 at 12:55 AM

    If you’ve ever had that enjoyable conversation with a friend where you ask “what book would you take to a desert island?”… at the end of it you both know that there are some volumes revealed between friends, which you just have to read. If this conversation were between two people fascinated and thorough in their exploration of NLP, they would probably both say with excitement “you gotta read The NLP Field Guide!”The Field Guide is a phenomenal volume of work written by Chris and Jules Collingwood, and I couldn’t recommend it highly enough. I have found it an invaluable resource for coaching, training design and pure enjoyment of the patterns they have presented, designed and discovered. It represents the finest framing, exploration and explication of both Classic Code, and moving into the future- New Code NLP.I’m not sure how long the reader would remain on the desert island following the studying of this outstanding work. They would quickly either own the island! (where it would become a bright, colourful place of paradise with fresh running water and food aplenty) or, they would decide to keep exploring to another part of the world (and bring The Field Guide with them). Either way it would surely come from a place of choice, knowing they would be making an excellent decision.Thanks and congratulations on your helpful, inspiring and precise guide to the exciting endeavor which is NLP.Cheers,Jarett Lefers

  3. Anonymous
    March 21, 2013 at 1:10 AM

    As a Psychologist and Counsellor, I was trained in a lot of ‘talk therapy.’ This guide moves way beyond just talk to providing explanations followed by ‘experiential patterns.’ These patterns are the tools that are lacking in traditional approaches and enable effective and rapid change work to occur. As you go apply these patterns to yourself and others you get really inspiring shifts, and a clear-out of obstacles impeding your outcomes.This is a brilliant guide and I have been using it (from its original format) as my prime reference for over 10 years. It’s fair to say I would not have continued in psychological practice had I not been fortunate enough to have been trained by the Collingwood’s with their supporting guide.

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