A Theoretical Grounding of Psychological Enquiry within an Interdisciplinary Context: New Possibilities Beyond the Constraints of Past Theory and Practice
Research design for facilitating forgiveness by means of neuro-linguistic programming.
||Body/mind, Discourse analysis, Ethnography, Grounded theory, Narrative inquiry, Neuro-linguistic programming
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 9, pp.225-234.
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I completed my undergraduate studies in Italian and German at the University of Stellenbosch and later did undergraduate and post graduate studies in Psychology at the University of South Africa (Unisa). I qualified as an NLP practitioner and as an educational kinesiologist in Johannesburg, South Africa. Since 1993 I lecture in the Department of Psychology at undergraduate level in Psychopathology to approximately 3000 students per year, and on postgraduate level in Psychopathology to approximately 500 students per year. In addition I supervise Master's and Doctoral theses and serve as internal examiner for all the students I have mentioned. Research outputs include conference presentations on forgiveness and communication.
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