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Judith DeLozier(美国)

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茱迪芙·迪露西亚 Judith DeLozier(美国)

  • NLP原创人之一
  • 美国NLP大学首席导师
  • 美国NLP大学创办人之一
  • 与Robert同是世界最顶尖NLP大师之一
  • 曾协助两位NLP创始人开发NLP学问, 被誉为NLP之母

1975年,当NLP的两位创始人,约翰·葛林德(John Grinder)和理查·班德勒(Richard Bandler)在加州大学组织第一班学生学习最早期的NLP学问,茱迪芙·迪露西亚(Judith Delozier)就是当时学生中的一位。也是当年的学生之一的罗伯特·迪尔茨(Robert Dilts) 经常打趣说:“我第一次做视觉感官练习的时候,就是她的那双大眼睛帮的忙。”

Judith有两个个人特点是NLP界津津乐道的。一个是她芭蕾舞和刚果舞的背景,使她把NLP的学问透过身体的智慧所创出来的NLP技巧。其中代表性的就是她所研发的Dancing S.C.O.R.E模式。SCORE模式原来是NLP的技巧之一,朱迪把她发展成可以舞蹈的一种形式。另外一个是,朱迪拥有人类与宗教学学士学位及宗教学硕士学位,是最早周游列国的NLP大师,她很早就致力于NLP与跨文化之间的研究,找到许多不同文化之间的人,透过NLP对其研究所得到的异同。

茱迪芙曾经担任Grinder, DeLozier, and Associates, and DeLozier and Associates总裁达十四年之久。多年来,Judith推动NLP于身心发展上的不同的应用,更结合了芭蕾舞以及刚果舞的肢体动作为NLP的一种体感表达工具,创造出[舞动S.C.O.R.E]、[体感表达]等技巧,把NLP的应用推向更高层面的应用。她常常受邀到全球各地教授NLP及相关课题内容,是当今NLP界其中一位最具影响力的人物。

三十多年来不停钻研和教学,JUDITH致力研究如何配合脑袋发展潜能,并改善人与人相处的技巧,为人类大脑编写一本全面,实际可行的[操作指南]。

“我当年跟RobertDilts 刚开始的时候,也是不断尝试,不断地练习,从练习中去拿到那份真实的体验。你也一样,慢慢去尝试,慢慢累积,不断的练习,让那份体验成为你身体思想的一部分。还有就是每天都活在前提假设当中。”

论名论利,Judith的徒弟国际激励大师Anthony Robbins 肯定比她丰收,他曾为不少知名领袖如戈尔巴乔夫,戴卓尔夫人,德兰修女当顾问。二十多年前听了Judith的讲学后,从中发展出他具有个人风格的课程,如今他是世界上收入最丰厚的培训之一。

我有两点领悟:第一,易地而处以别人的眼光思考事情,NLP就是一门模仿卓越的学问。第二,人类的潜意识是个宝库,若能找到开启的钥匙,能轻易从成功的旧有经历的记忆中,提取有用的能量。

Judith就以这种心态,继续走她那永不言休的学问追求路。

早期NLP学问的发展,许多的模式和技巧都有朱迪的参与和贡献。可以说是NLP “第一代人”中的佼佼者。

 

Judith DeLozier (U.S.A.)

Judith DeLozier has been a trainer, co-developer, and designer of training programs in the field of Neuro-Linguistic Programming since 1975. A member of Grinder and Bandler’s original group of students, Judith has made fundamental contributions to the development of numerous NLP models and processes.

A co-author of Neuro-Linguistic Programming Vol. I (1980), with Robert Dilts, John Grinder and Richard Bandler, Judith was involved in the creation of the fundamental NLP technique of Reframing. A student of Milton Erickson, Judith modeled his tracking strategy for creating and utilizing trance states and metaphors. This work is described in Patterns of the Hypnotic Techniques of Milton H. Erickson, M.D. Vol. II (1976), which she co-authored with John Grinder and Richard Bandler.

In the book Turtles All the Way Down: Prerequisites to Personal Genius (1987), which she co-authored with John Grinder, Judith explored the interrelationships between NLP and the threads of culture, community, art, aesthetics and epistemology. The result of this work was the creation of NLP New Coding, which stimulated a movement toward a more systemic and relational approach to NLP, and a resurgence of interest in the work of Gregory Bateson. In addition to the development of Perceptual Positions, which have become one of the fundamental distinctions of NLP, Judith’s contributions to NLP New Codinginclude Attention Training and the relationship between conscious and unconscious processes.

The Encyclopedia of Systemic Neuro-Linguistic Programming and NLP New Coding (with Robert Dilts, 2000), provides a comprehensive overview of the field of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, including its wide range of applications, techniques and influences.

Judith has been mainly responsible for bringing NLP to the area of transcultural competence, pioneering the application of NLP to the development of cross cultural skills. Judith’s background in ballet and Congolese dance has lead her to promote the use of dance and movement as a primary tool of NLP. One manifestation of this was the development of the Dancing S.C.O.R.E. technique. Another is the creation with Robert Dilts of the processes of Somatic Syntax.

Judith holds a Masters Degree (MA) in Religious Studies, and a Bachelors Degree (BA) in Anthropology and Religious Studies from the University of California at Santa Cruz, where she met Grinder and Bandler. She has taught NLP all over the world, including Europe, Asia, Indonesia, Australia, Mexico, Central America, Canada, and the United States, and was president of Grinder, DeLozier, and Associates, and DeLozier and Associates for approximately 14 years. She is presently an associate of NLP University with Robert Dilts.

Judith is a co-developer of a number of projects applying Systemic NLP, ranging from modeling leadership, to health care and cross-cultural competence. Some of her other written works include contributions to Leaves Before the Wind (1989) and Map and Territory (1997), co-authored with Robert Dilts.