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Heidi Heron

(reply by Lisa Rijk)

Hi Peter
I have sent you these before and there is another one that you maybe have not seen yet highlighted for you. this is the only one that I would suggest meets your stringent criteria and is in a leading level blind peer reviewed moderate impact journal. It was also accepted as a poster presentation at the NHS Public Health England conference, which has stringent blind peer review processes and is very high impact in Public Health England.
Lisa Wake , Margaret Leighton , (2014) “Pilot study using Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) in post-combat PTSD”, Mental Health Review Journal, Vol. 19 Iss: 4, pp.251 – 264
‘It’s My Life: A case study exploring the role of the therapy relationship’. Current Research in NLP. ANLP. pp.84-94. 2013 blind peer reviewed although only an nlp journal
‘Waking Up and Moving On – A Programme Evaluation of an Intervention with Adolescents Identified as at Risk of Offending Behaviour’. Current Research in NLP. ANLP. pp.43-53. 2011 blind peer reviewed although only an nlp journal
‘Leadership Excellence Through Coaching: A Case Study in Regulatory Affairs Using Neurolinguistic Programming’. Regulatory Rapporteur. Vol. 8. No. 11. 2011 not hard research but a peer reviewed non nlp journal using single case study
‘Applying NLP tools and techniques in an FMCG environment’, Industrial and Commercial Training, Vol. 43 Iss: 2, pp.121 – 125. 2011 soft research and blind peer reviewed in non nlp audience
‘A study of the relationship between the core belief structures of neurolinguistic psychotherapy and object relations theory’. Current Research in NLP. Volume 1. 2009 p. 50-66. blind peer reviewed although only an nlp journal
And yes we do need many more, but not just clinical. Sally Vanson is the best person to speak to in the UK about non clinical research papers. I supervise those that are just clinical ones.
Best wishes

Lisa de Rijk (formerly Wake) MSc, RGN, PhD Cand.