Terry McClendon’s Bio
Terrence McClendon MA
NLP Master Trainer
Terry one of the pioneers of NLP, Terry has lived and breathed NLP for over thirty years, since its inception in the early seventies. Terry introduced NLP to Australia in 1979 and is the only Australian-based NLP trainer to study with co-developers Richard Bandler and John Grinder for over a decade along with Milton H. Erickson and Virginia Satir; placing him in a uniquely qualified position.
Terry is mentioned in the book “NLP Volume 1” as a recognised contributor in some of the clinical exercises and techniques in the book.
He has also contributed along with other significant core members of the development of NLP to the recent book “The origins of NLP’ .
Terry has trained thousands of individuals throughout the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South East Asia and the UK. He is author of the first history of NLP, “The Wild Days: NLP from 1972 to 1981” and “Happy Parents, Happy Kids”. Feature author in “The Origins of NLP” and designer of advanced NLP software.
He has a masters degree in psychology, is a member of the Australian Psychological Society, fellow with the International Association of NLP (IANLP), a master trainer and founder of the Australian Institute of NLP.