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The only place I get nervous is where some of the NLP programs are basically holding their programs out as standalone trainings, after which one is qualified to treat people. Parts integration appears to be modeled on 'parts' from family therapy and has similarities to ego-state therapy in psychoanalysis in that it seeks to resolve conflicts that constitute a "family of self" within a single individual. The system is however currently under revision. How will you know when you achieve your outcome?

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