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I highly recommend NLP Coaching. I found it to be a tour-de-force and it will retain a well-prized position on my bookshelf. I imagine it will become an essential resource for anyone interested in the coaching world; its current publication serves as a well-earned and timely statement of the richness and maturity of the NLP field. Dr. Linder-Pelz reveals mastery of both her subject and the art of writing. From the opening passages of the book, she offers the reader an open and inquiring space to journey with her as she explores, discusses and raises questions about the field of NLP: its origins, development, similarities and differences to other coaching approaches, and its linkages to related fields of psychology, neurobiology, and neurolinguistics. As a transpersonal counsellor, I found these aspects of the book particularly useful as it helps contextualise common roots within the Humanistic tradition. The book is well referenced and includes ample quotations and contributions from key practitioners in the field. It is a rich reference source which offers practical tools for coaches, for coaching trainers, for practitioners and researchers to access information sources and, to incorporate within professional and personal practice, strategies and processes for self-discernment, balance, self-reflection and critical evaluation.
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