De lijst met referenties is te lang om te publiceren in het blad Inzicht, het magazine van NVNLP. Vandaar dat je hier een lijst ziet met referenties die gebruikt zijn. De 3 basis werken welke gebruikt zijn bij het schrijven van het artikel zijn;

  • mBraining: Using your multiple brains to do cool stuff, Grant Soosalu & Marvin Oka, 2012. Vertaald in het Nederlands in 2018.
  • mBIT as an Experiential Coaching and Therapeutic approach, a series of case studies and scientific background by Grant Soosalu*, Suzanne Henwood**i, Alexandru Ioan Manea***, Journal of Experiential Psychotherapy, vol. 21, no 1 (81) March 2018
  • Coaching Multiple Brains; coaching the head, heart and gut with mBraining. Essays, Ideas and Explorations on multiple Brain Integration Techniques (mBIT) Coaching by Grant Soosalu, Dr. Suzanne Henwood. Publisher World Wide Coaching Magazine, 2020

Deze 3 publicaties hebben gebruik gemaakt van o.a. de volgende referenties;

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