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18 th September, 2011

Sleep Made Easy – The NLP Center of New York

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by Rachel Hott, PhD
Source: The NLP Center of New York

I interviewed Susan Reimer-Torn on December 4, 2009 about her sleep strategies. Susan is the CEO of scentientbeings.com. She is a certified coach trained in hypnosis who works with individuals to help them make lifestyle changes that impact health. She has been working with an aromatherapist […]

18 th September, 2011

Technicians Need Not Apply – The NLP Center of New York

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by Rachel Hott, Ph.D.

During my entire NLP ( Neuro linguistic programming) training, I have heard two consistent complaints,”NLP is too technological” and “NLP does not have enough heart.” The first statement contains the presupposition that technology is wrong/bad. The latter statement presupposes that NLP is cold and that heart is necessary for change. I agree […]

18 th September, 2011

Sleep Naturally – An Interview with Steve Andreas

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by Rachel Hott, PhD
Source: The NLP Center of New York

Sleep Naturally
This is the fourth modeling interview I have done regarding sleep.

The Institute for the Advanced Studies of Health (IASH), will be holding a conference in October 2010 in San Francisco and one theme at the conference will be to share successful sleep strategies. Through an […]

18 th September, 2011

NLP Modeling: Acquiring New Skills: From Zero to Sixty

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by Rachel Hott, PhD

Modeling: Acquiring New Skills: From Zero to Sixty
The first premise of the developers of NLP was to ask the question, “How?” This is the beginning of the modeling process that occurred when they interviewed Virginia Satir, Fritz Perls and Milton Erickson. Since 1975 NLP trainers have continued the tradition of modeling best […]

18 th September, 2011

A Good Night Sleep – NLP Center of New York

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by Rachel Hott, PhD

As an ongoing project for the Institute for the Advanced Studies of Health (IASH). I am interviewing individuals about their strategies for sleep. Janet Goldman (janetgoldman.myarbonne.com) volunteered to be interviewed as she described herself as someone who sleeps easily, actually she is someone who, “ sleeps through a lot of things.”
We met […]

18 th September, 2011

Music To Sleep By – NLP Center of New York

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by Dr. Rachel Hott

MUSIC TO SLEEP BY By Rachel Hott, PhD, co-director of The NLP Center of New York As part of the sleep project for the Institute for the Advance Studies of Health (IASH) as well as a modeling project for our Master Practitioner summer intensive, I had the opportunity to interview Paul Steinfeld. […]

18 th September, 2011

Mindsight: The New Science of Personal Transformation- Review

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by Rachel Hott, PhD

Mindsight: The New Science of Personal Transformation
By Daniel J. Siegel, 2010, Bantam Books, New York

In December 2009 I attended the Evolutionary Psychotherapy conference in California where I saw Dr. Daniel J. Siegel present I found his presentation very interesting as he is described the brain’s role in mental health. He had a […]

18 th September, 2011

You’re Getting Sleepy

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by Rachel Hott, PhD

How many times have you or someone you know had a sleepless night, needed more sleep, had difficulty getting to sleep or woke up in the middle of the night? Sleep, like exercise, food and water, is a necessity for healthy living. In this interview you will learn many helpful strategies for […]

18 th September, 2011

An Interview with Dr. Rachel Hott of the NLP Center of New York

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by Rachel Hott, PhD
Source: The NLP Center of New York

1. Describe your experience, training, and/or expertise in the field of Neuro-Linguistic Programming.
My first experience of NLP began in 1981 when I was assisting a non-verbal communication researcher with her library. On her shelf was a copy of Frogs into Princes, by Richard Bandler and John […]

18 th September, 2011

Modeling: Making Healthy Food Choices

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by Rachel Hott, PhD

Several clients and students have told me that they had difficulty making healthy food choices. They claim that they make healthy food choices when they are home and in their routine, but when they leave that routine then everything falls apart. I know this from my own experiences as well. For several […]