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Links to NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming)
Welcome to Honest Abe's NLP Links Page.
If the list still looks small, we tend to be a bit selective (see criteria, below).
Latest Update: May 3rd, 2005
New sites are marked by an animated icon:
Applying for a link on this page:
If your site does not satisfy all three criteria there isn't much point in asking for a link.
We reserve the right to refuse a link to any site - even if it fits these three criteria - if, in our opinion, it is not suitable for this links page.
Advanced Communication Training - Steven Leed's site. Interesting articles, now with links.
Advanced Neuro Dynamics
This is just one of several sites run by Tad "Timeline Therapy" James. Although it looks as though it is just there to advertise training courses, if you scroll down to the bottom of the home page and look in the left hand column you'll see a link to "Free Downloads and Specials". At the time of writing these included eight articles on various aspects of NLP and Timeline Therapy.
This site covers Anchor Point (the training company and consultancy), Anchor Point (the magazine) and the Anchor Point store (videos, audio tapes and books on NLP, shamanism, therapy, etc.). Selected articles are available from back issues of the magazine, along with an online subscription facility. Definitely worth a visit.
Anglo American Bookshop
The home of NLP as far as books and now tapes and CDs (as well) are concerned. Forget Amazon and W.H. Smiths online - for all your NLP, hypnosis, etc. requirements come here first.
A charitable organisation set up to provide a focus for NLP activities in the UK. The site provides information on the twice-a-year conferences, the challenge to the trademarking of "NLP" and much more.
The ANLP's information on the NLP trademark case can now be found HERE
Dr Franz-Josef Hueker's prime NLP site for all German-speaking countries.
Austrian NLP site - not a terribly original title, but it offers an interesting range of resources.
Claus Bjørnbak's Links and Bøger (books) site for NLPers in Denmark.
"I Have a Dream" - A well-presented, diverse and interesting site built around the work of Dr Don Blackerby, author of Rediscover the Joy of Learning. Special emphasis on ADD.
Canadian Association of NLP / L'Association Canadienne de PNL
Bilingual Canadian website - includes details of the CANLP/ACPNL 2003 Spring Conference.
Central London NLP Group
A very professional-looking website, primarily directed at members and potential members of the Cental London NLP Group - but with plenty of information relevant to the NLP community in general.
Change Magic is described as, "an attitude, a book, a training course, a collection of CDs, a toolkit and this website" with a strong hint of NLP. Visitors can sign up for a monthly newsletter.
The site for Penny Tompkins and James Lawley, two NLP trainers of longstanding reputation who are working to develop and deepen the knowledge base of NLP through their support for the work of "Clean Language" inventor David Groves.
Includes a substantial number of high quality NLP-related articles. Excellent selection of online articles - well worth a visit.
Collège Romand de PNL
A very professional-looking Swiss website, rich in resources (visit the "site map" to get the full picture). Well worth a visit.
Communications In Action
This site is based around business and learning with a strong, but not exclusive NLP element.
Croatia Neuro-Linguistic Programming Trainers' Association
Although it is still under development, this new (November, 2002) Croatian language website has an very professional/business-like feel to it. The primary purpose of the site is to publicise the courses run by the CNLPTA, but I'm assured that it will soon feature additional links, NLP articles, etc.
Definitely a site to watch for Croatian nationals, especially those located in the area of Zagreb.
Freedom Technology Resource Directory
Actually this is just a links list, but what the heck - if it provides more choices ... 8¬)
Site for Rex and Carolyn Sykes' training company - and much more. Includes a select links list (covering a variety of topics), articles on NLP and DHE, book reviews, etc., etc. Nice design, too.
Informativo De PNL
Based in Brasil this is a Portuguese-language NLP site with masses of information on training, books, links, etc., etc.
(There appears to be some material in Spanish as well.)
Seriously, I may not be able to read the language but it's clear that a lot of hard work has gone into this site. If you speak the language, or at least read it, this has to be a "must visit"!
Australia-based site run by Chris and Jules Collingwood.
Inspiritive NLP Resources include: "Free processes, Articles and John Grinder interviews, NLP glossary, Courses, Replicating Talent projects." Well worth a visit, or two, or three...
Dale Kirby's META-WEB
Well-presented answers to FAQs and resources links in NLP section. Lots of other interesting stuff on site.
Clean, crisp and brightly coloured, this is a well-designed site covering a range of topics from "Dovetailing" to "Potty training". Includes a sampler of Ms Laborde's PEGASUS training programme, a personal CV and a limited links list.
This must surely be one of the best NLP sites on the Web. Although it is clearly designed to advertise Larry McLauchlin's book Advanced Language Patterns Mastery, this purpose is almost lost in the wealth of material on offer - Links, Exercises, Articles, and that's just for starters.
"Iconoclastic", "eccentric", "eclectic" - just a few of the good things about this amazing site by (Professor of Mathematics) Lee Lady. Lots of really interesting and informative material in and around NLP. A definite 'bookmark' site.
Mastery InSight Institute of NLP(tm)
Jonathan is a well-established NLP trainer, and host of a weekly IRC Chat group on NLP topics. Not surprisingly, then, the site is packed with all sorts of good stuff. Well worth a visit.
Belgian site - includes reviews for NLP books in French, Dutch, German and English, answers to FAQs and very extensive list of trainers worldwide.
La Pagina Mexicana de PNL
Apart from their somewhat eccentric choice to list Stephen Gilligan as one of the VIPs of NLP, this appears (to someone not familiar with Mexican Spanish) to be a lively NLP site with a good selection of book reviews, articles, etc.
What started out, if I remember correctly, as an NLP in education site has spread it's wings and now includes sections on NLP at work and NLP in coaching, as well. Alongside details of the company's training courses, etc., there are plenty of interesting (and free!) resources - 8 out of 10 of the book icons on the left actually opens out to reveal numerous sub-sections. Do give it a visit.
NLP Information Centre (NIC) site. Recently re-designed, frames-based site includes a bookstore, events, resource links, cartoons, and much more.
This is a brand new site for a UK-based NLP trainer and coach. The graphic design is excellent, though the site is still under construction right now.
The initial load was a trifle glitchy when I visited, but it does work OK if you give it a few seconds.
(If you don't like waiting, click HERE to go straight to the home page.)
Another Andy Smith production, this site features a small but select set of NLP book reviews divided into sections on NLP & EQ, NLP in business, Advanced NLP, Hypnosis and NLP, Therapy and more ( with purchasing links to Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk).
Commercial the site may be, but that clearly hasn't deterred Andy from expressing a critical opinion (or two) when he thinks it's warranted.
NLP in Business
Dedicated to helping individuals and companies make the best use of NLP techniques.
Snappy design, easy to navigate and includes a collection of interesting "resources" (articles).
NLP and Coaching Institute
An excellent site (previously known as the NLP Institute of California) is run by Kris and Tim Hallbom. Whilst it supports thethe Hallboms' training company, the site has some useful links and a star-studded articles section.
Well worth a visit or two, or three ... .
Now under the leadership of Lara Ewing, the NLP Comprehensive (training company) is one of the best known NLP organisations worldwide. Includes training, products, links, etc.
Started only few years ago by Chris Morris, this has now become a popular discussion and information site with an international reputation and several thousand members. Discussions tend to be more "civilised" than on some other chat groups, though actual contents are as likely to range from the sublime to the ridiculous as they are anywhere else.
Registration is required, but free. Well worth a look.
NLP Education Network
Already close on 2 years old, this group is working hard to bring the best of NLP and other leading edge approaches to education into the British school system. Includes details if the group's activities and an excellent collection of links to other relevant sites.
Searching for other NLPers in your area? This looks like a very useful place to start your search.
You'd be hard put to guess that this site is a personal production by Andrew Peacock and NOT the PR for an NLP company. Can't say I love the basic colour scheme, but other than that this is a really excellent labour of love. Lots of 'departments' - books, links, articles, Mental Models, etc. - WELL worth a visit.
NLP Seminar Group International
John La Valle's site, with Noo Joyzee additood, plus information, training, products, links, the world of NLP in a single site.
NLP Seminars Nederland
Erwin van den Boogaard's well-designed new Dutch language website. Includes book reviews, FAQs, news and seminar details.
The Northern School of NLP and Associated Studies
Basically a site for advertising the "School's" courses, but with plenty of freebies on offer. Includes a number of short NLP-related articles, a links page, an "exercise of the month", a chat group, a VERY useful list of points to consider when choosing an NLP course/trainer AND the opportunity to win a place on one of the School's "Self Build" workshops.
Yes, that Joseph O'Connor. He writes books, teaches music and has now gone down South America way - to Brasil
The site has undergone a major re-design and has lost all of the features I previously complained of. This leaves my previous comment about there being good stuff on offer, as my main comment. Plus if you want to know what Joseph is up to these days (I understand he has two new books in preparation, for example) this is the place to go.
FWIW, trying to access Joseph's old site - www.lambent.com - will automatically bring to the new site.
PPI(Business Growth and NLP) Training
Not just a company promotion site, though it does that, too. A very professional-looking site that includes book reviews (on hypnosis, NLP and sales), links, and course details - naturally. High quality site. Worth a visit.
Andy Smith's site combining Emotional Intelligence with NLP. Emotional Intelligence, first proposed by Daniel Goleman in the 90s, has been growing in popularity of late. If you want to know what it's all about, and especially how it relates to NLP, this is a good place to start.
Jamie Smart's NLP training company web site. Apart from the unfortunate livery of lime green and white (not exactly user friendly for anyone with less than 20-20 vision, this is a nicely designed site and worth your attention.
Although the site primarily serves to advertise Jamie's courses, it includes a links page and an archive of Jamie's weekly NLP "tips". These tips - 54 at the time of writing - are both interesting and useful, covering topics such as anchoring, rapport, the "7 Myths of NLP", etc.
Site for NLP-Ausbildung und thematische Seminaire. German site.
The Skills Network
A "learning community" promoting learner-centered personal and career development.
Stever Robbins' award winning NLP and DHE site. A wealth of information, links, etc.
Tarazat Institute excellent design, eclectic mixture of material - NLP, astrology, psycho- and hypnotherapy, etc.
Whispering in the Wind
The official website for John Grinder's new book "Whispering in the Wind", co-authored by Grinder's business partner Carmen St. Clair Bostic.
The website includes the Table of Contents, sample text, an interview with John and Carmen hosted by Michael Carroll, and the archive of a discussion group on topics relating to the book.
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