Since 1978 Jacobson has started in the field of NLP, he was one of the earliest Certified Trainers by the Society of NLP. He is one of the speaker for NLP practitioner, Master practitioner and Trainer certification program at NLP University, USA. He is also a training consultant with Integrative Learning in Singapore, HRI International in Shanghai, Mind Master in Bucharest, and other NLP Institutes all over the world.
Early on he carved out his specialties in the areas of education, training, and writing, in addition to psychotherapy applications, using the latest technology from the rapidly advancing field of Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Sid is considered to be an expert in the application of NLP to education and training, psychotherapy and communication skills. He has been training professionals for over 30 years.
He holds a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from The Professional School of Psychological Studies, as well as a Masters in Social Work from Tulane University, where he also did his undergraduate work in psychology. He has worked as a researcher, trainer, and consultant to professionals, hospitals, schools, clinics, businesses, and professional athletes. As well as serving on several local boards of directors， he served as the 1995-1996 Director of the Neuro-Linguistics Forum in the American Society of Training & Development, internationally. Jacobson is also the director of the South Central Institute of NLP and conducts seminars throughout the America, Canada and Asia.
Together with Robert Dilts, he has been worked in the consultant team and corporate coach at Apple Inc. The NLP program that conducted by Sid will definitely strengthen our fundamental skills of NLP, at the same time he will teaching lots of combination applied between NLP and Corporate.
杰克森共著有5本著作及大量关于NLP的文章。其经典著作包括Meta-Cation Vols. I-, II & II (1983, 1986 & 1987) 及 Solution States (1997)。
He has written five books as well as many papers and articles on NLP. His books include Meta-Cation Vols. I-, II & II (1983, 1986 & 1987) and Solution States (1997).