Richard Gray returns to give us deeper insights into the brain and NLP techniques.
Richard and I also ventured into some new terrain.
This episode is well worth your time and attention.
Richard M. Gray, PhD is an assistant professor in the School of Criminal Justice, Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, New Jersey.
Prior to his appointment at FDU, Dr. Gray served for more than 20 years in the U.S. Probation Department, Brooklyn, New York. Gray was recipient of the 2004 Neuro-Linguistic Programming World Community Award in Education. He is the author of Archetypal Explorations (1996), Transforming Futures: The Brooklyn Program Facilitators Manual (2008), and About Addictions: Notes from Psychology, Neuroscience, and NLP (2008).
Dr. Gray received his BA in Psychology from Central College, his MA in Social Psychology from Fordham University, and his PhD in Psychology from the Union Institute.
Richard Gray is one of the primary consultants to the NLP R and R project. He works on grant writing, and consults regarding methodological considerations.