Dr. Richard Bandler, PhD

Dr. Richard Bandler, PhD

Dr. Richard Bandler, PhD

Richard Bandler is co-founder of the field of Neuro-Linguistic Programming. A student of mathematics, Richard began studying the work of Gestalt therapy founder Fritz Perls when he was asked to edit transcripts of Perls’ lectures and workshops for the book Eyewitness To Therapy (1973) for Science and Behavior Books. He also began to work with family therapist Virginia Satir at this time. Richard met John Grinder, a linguistics professor, as a student at the University of California at Santa Cruz. In 1974 Bandler and Grinder began to make a model of the language patterns used by Perls, Satir, and Hypnotherapist Milton H. Erickson, which they published in many books that formed the foundation of the field of Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Richard is an author and co-author of numerous other books on NLP and its applications. Much of Richard’s later work in NLP has focused on applications of submodalities, the subtle distinctions one can make in one’s sensory experience and internal representations. His background as a musician and his interest in sound theory and the neurological impact of sound lead him to develop the area of Neuro-Sonics, which utilizes qualities of music and sound to create specific internal states. Richard is also the founder of the model and techniques of Design Human Engineering (DHE) and Neuro-Hypnotic Repatterning (NHR). In addition to his creative genius, Richard is known for his outrageous sense of humor, his ability to use sophisticated language patterns, and his dynamic training style.

Dr. Richard Bandler is featured in the following Degree Programs:

Got Questions? Our Academic Advisors can help you.

Interested in an exciting career, fill out the form, contact us toll-free at 877 888 8970 or email info@iquim.org

Follow Us

Join us on facebook Follow IQUIM on Twitter Watch us on YouTube LinkedIn Subscribe to our RSS feed
Copyright © 2002-2017 IQUIM Inc. International Quantum University for Integrative Medicine. All rights reserved.