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2008 Conference
More than 50 Presentations
— Amazing Presenters —
NLP Around the World!
And we’re just getting started…The conference presentations for the 2008 IASH international conference have been announced. Three incredible days packed with a dazzling array of topics and techniques from the forefront of  NLP. Click here for the list!

Join us in San Francisco
Friday, Sept 5 thru Sunday, Sept 7
at the Doubletree hotel in Burlingame

Our Conference theme:  Back to Our Roots
Celebrate NLP’s decade of discovery
Including 1970’s disco dance!

Full day Seminars
Thursday Sept 4 • Monday, Sept 8.
with Charles Faulkner, Don Blackerby, Al & Marilyn Sargent, Judith DeLozier, Richard Gray and others
(see details)

Play audio from the 2006 Seminars here!

Relax, Play, Connect, Rejuvenate

Register for the Conference Today!

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If you are not a member of IASH or have not signed up to receive 2008 IASH E-bulletins, please sign up using the form on the left hand side of the page.  The E-bulletin service is a free service to you, with no obligations.
Our Mission
We are an organization sponsoring excellence in NLP for the well being of the world’s people and the health of all our systems. Our mission is three-fold…
  • Identify and support NLP research projects that study health and well-being for individuals, groups and organizations
  • Promote and support a sustainable NLP community dedicated to our vision and mission
  • Create avenues of communication which attract, educate and motivate people to apply NLP in their lives


Website access…
IASH has launched this new web site, replacing our former web site. This site’s new, more powerful Internet services will increase our ability to serve as a community meeting place for the worldwide NLP community.For full access to this web site, a new password is required.

IASH members — you should have received an e-mail message, from admin@nlpiash.org, giving your username and password information for this new site.

If you have any difficulty finding your username and password or need any other assistance logging on to the site, please send an e-mail message to support@nlpiash.org.

If you have not visited our web site before, you will need to log in with a username and password to fully access all the areas of the site. Public areas of the site include articles, general discussions about NLP, and upcoming conference information. The public areas do not requere a password.

Areas open only to members include the member network directory, downloadable conference handouts, and special member forums.