Viacheslav Balyberdin is MA in Linguistics and an NLP Trainer and a PhD at Universidad Central de Nicaragua (UCN). He is one of the leading members of a Russian NLP modeling community and nowadays his subject of research is 6-step Reframing, its philosophy and practice in human development, autotechniques and various reframing forms based on Claire Graves’ levels of existence.
As an MA’s in Linguistics, Viacheslav’s field of interests also includes research of literalism in different contexts as therapeutic communication (literalism in programmees’ and programmers’ speech); literalism as a form of isomorphic description of psychological, physiological and cognitive processes; and literalism as a tool for translating ideas into the language of the subconscious (including translation of psychology books).
Andrey Tyulenev from Russia is M.S. in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science and an NLP Trainer; student of master degree course of Counseling, validated by University of Manchester. He is interested in Ericksonian approach in therapy, and participated in 11th International Congress on Ericksonian Approaches to Psychotherapy in 2011.
Andrey is M.S. in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science; Since 2001 he has been working as an IT specialist and project manager in various financial organisations; currently he works in Deutsche Bank Moscow branch as a project manager, business analyst and application developer.
Evgeny Zolotarev is a psychologist (PGDip Clin. Psych.) and an NLP Master-Trainer (IN); PhD at Universidad Central de Nicaragua (UCN); modeler, coder and designer of Value Hierarchies, Multi-Step Reframing and Uptime NLP models.
He is a personal and professional development counselor; a tech lead, software architect and business analyst with experience in fields of e-learning, e-commerce, financial sector and others; a teacher and a methodologist (PGDip Teacher of Pro. Ed. / PGDip Methodologist of Pro. Ed.) of professional education courses, including online courses.