Publications by Richard M. Gray, Ph.D.
Gray, Richard M. & Liotta, Richard F. (2012). PTSD: Extinction, Reconsolidation and the Visual-Kinesthetic Dissociation Protocol. Traumatology.18(2), 3-16. DOI 10.1177/1534765611431835 (2012).
Lies, Liars, and Lie Detection. Federal Probation Quarterly, 75(3), 31-36 (2011).
NLP and PTSD: The Visual-Kinesthetic Dissociation Protocol. Current Research in NLP: Proceedings of 2010 Conference, 2(1), 33-42 (2011).
Pseudo Orientations in Time. Acuity, 2(1), 12-26 (2011).
NLP Patterns and Principles. Acuity, 1(1), 6-16 (2010).
The Brooklyn Program: Applying NLP to Addictions. Current Research in NLP: Proceedings of 2008 Conference, 1(1), 88-98 (2010).
Consider Mind Mapping. New Jersey Criminal Justice Educator, 38(1), (2006).
The Brooklyn Program: Innovative Approaches to Substance Abuse Treatment. Federal Probation Quarterly. Vol. 66 No.3 (2002).
Addictions and the Self: A Self-Enhancement Model for Drug Treatment in the Criminal Justice System. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions. 1(2) (2001).
Jung and Levi-Strauss Revisited: An analysis of Common Themes. The Mankind Quarterly. 31(3) (1991).
Wake, L., Gray, R., & Bourke, F. (Eds.) The Clinical Effectiveness of NLP. London: Routledge (Under Contract, scheduled for release October 29, 2012).
Transforming Futures: The Brooklyn Program Facilitators Manual: Second Edition. Raleigh, NC: Lulu Press. 2011.
Interviewing and counseling skills: An NLP perspective. Raleigh, NC: Lulu Press, 2011.
About Addictions: Notes from Psychology, Neuroscience and NLP. Raleigh, NC: Lulu Press. 2008.
Archetypal Explorations. London: Routledge. 1996.
Overcoming Addiction: A New Model for Working with Drug and Alcohol Abusers.In S. Charvet & L.M. Hall (Eds.), Innovations in NLP Volume 1, Carmarthen, Wales: Crown Publishing (2011).
Psychopathy and the Will to Power
Counseling. In Encyclopedia of Community Corrections
Drug- and Alcohol-Abusing Offenders and Treatment In Encyclopedia of Community Corrections
A Guide for the Perplexed [Review of the book The Neurobiology of the Gods: How Brain Physiology Shapes the Recurrent Imagery of Myth and Dreams by Erik D. Goodwyn]. PsycCRITIQUES, 57(34), Article 2. (2012)
NLP and PTSD: The Visual-Kinesthetic Dissociation Protocol. Suppose, the Official CANLP/ACPNL Bilingual Newsletter. Spring 2010, pp. 25-42.
Another link to this article can be found at the NLP research and Recognition website.
NLP and Meditation. The Healing Pool: NLP Edition, 32-37. Published on line at http://www.lulu.com/content/7297650 (2009).
NLP and Levels of Motivation. Suppose, the Official CANLP/ACPNL Bilingual Newsletter. Fall 2008, pp. 20-24 (2008).
The War on Drugs. FDU Magazine Online Edition. Summer/Fall 2006.
Thinking About Drugs and Addiction. Boulder, CO: NLP Comprehensive. http://www.nlpco.com/library/therapy/addictions/. September 2005.
Selected Conference Presentations
The Brooklyn Program: Cognitive applications of the physiological correlates of spiritual experience. The Dr. Lonnie E. Mitchell National HBCU Substance Abuse Conference. Howard University, Inner Harbor Marriott Hotel, April 2, 2003.
Pseudo-Orientations in Time: Outframing Addictive Behaviors. National Association of Social Workers, Institute on Addictions, Fordham University, NY, NY. May, 2001.