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14 Seeking the Neuro in Neuro-Linguistic Programming

Much of Neuro-Linguistic Programming [NLP] operates on the cognitive level, i.e. by manipulating images, words, and feelings through an organized process. However, NLP also purports to utilize neurological approaches. According to Lee Lady, the neurological approaches...

13 Social Education Curriculum

What is the message that we want to send to our children? Behave in ways that maximize opportunities for mutually satisfying relationships Take personal responsibility for behavior Give effort to mastery [personal growth and development] A curriculum is essentially a...

12 Enabling Change

INTRODUCTION Meaning: No meaning exists in any experience. The individual gives meaning to the experience. Attribution: indicates the process of giving meaning. Because people must explain, it opens some interesting possibilities for influence. We attribute a cause to...

11 Universal Interventions

Cognitive Behavior Management provides ways to help people make informed decisions in regard to self, others and future prospects and provides the skills for doing that. There are three practical modes of intervention 1) Cognitive Rehabilitation, which includes restructuring and cognitive error correction, 2) Cognitive Skills Development, and development of a 3) Cognitive Culture. Into these three, all the techniques and procedures fit.

10 Social Learning Interventions

Social education is often taken for granted.While not everyone has the opportunity to bond to a mother who is warm and supportive, have peers who are oriented to appropriate social play and find heterosexual relationships which support positive mental schema about...

09 Uncertainty & Preference

Adaptational difficulties that lead to referral frequently reflect developmentally and/or situationally inappropriate or exaggerated expressions of behavior that may at times also occur in children who are not referred (Achenbach & Edelbrock, 1981). As a result,...

08 Remedial Interventions

OPTIONS: A Cognitive Change Program Prepared by John M. Bush and Brian Bilodeau under an Interagency Agreement with the U.S. Navy and the National Institute of Corrections in June of 1993 has as a target population criminal offenders and the specific behavioral goal...

07 The Cognitive Path

Thinking is a complex system, perhaps chaotic and controlled by strange attractors or epigenetic rules which allow certain pattern formations, analogies and submodalities. This is an overview of the deep thinking about thought.

05 Aetiology

Assignment of a cause; philosophy of causation. If we become who we are through learning, it is fair to ask, how such learning takes place and to identify the origins for positive social adjustment. But before outlining personal growth and development phases, it is important to disclaim any single factor or system of learning through social experience.

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