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Judith DeLozier is a trainer and author in Neuro-linguistic programming. Her interests are in culture, anthropology and Gregory Bateson's epistemology.

A member of Grinder and Bandler’s original group of students, she contributed extensively to the development of NLP models and processes.

DeLozier is best known for her years of work in the 1980s with the co-founder of NLP, John Grinder, and their book Turtles All The Way Down. John Grinder has since moved on to work with Carmen Bostic St Clair.

After breaking with John Grinder, DeLozier continued to work in the field of NLP. She became an associate member of the NLP University. She published (with Robert Dilts) The Encyclopedia of Systemic Neuro-linguistic programming and NLP New Coding in 2000, a comprehensive overview of the field of Neuro-linguistic programming.

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