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Dr. William A. McDowell

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Trainer

Phone: (607) ***-****  HQ Phone
NLP Research
145 East 2 Street
Corning, New York 14830
United States

Company Description: The NLP Research and Recognition Project, Inc. is an independent not-for-profit corporation. Hundreds of supporters are helping us do the job by coordinating...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Ph.D. , counseling psychology
    Kent University
  • master of education , rehabilitation counseling
    Kent State University
  • master of DIV. , theology and religion
    United Theological Seminary
  • Ph. D.
  • PhD
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Also on the Board are, Chairman, ...
www.researchandrecognition.org, 17 Sept 2013 [cached]
Also on the Board are, Chairman, Robert Salluzzo CPA, with thirty five years of corporate experience, including CFO Management Positions and Initial Public Offering developments; Richard O'Leary PhD, Director of Human Resources, IRIS Inc.; Professor William McDowell, long time NLP Trainer and current Chairman of the Human Development and Allied Technologies Department at Marshall University; General Jon Adams (R), & Andrew Komonchak, Executive Director, Purple Heart Hall of Honor, Inc.
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William McDowell, Ph.D., Member Board of Directors: Professor William McDowell is a longtime NLP trainer. He is recently retired and newly appointed as Professor Emeritus at Marshall University. He was a full professor of counseling at Marshall University from 1994 to 2000 and coordinator of the undergraduate program from 1979 to 1980 and the chair of the counseling program from 1981 to 1997. After going into semi-retirement, he coordinated the counseling program from 2004 until recently. He was the Interim Division Chair of Human Development and 2006 Technology.
He received his Ph.D. in counselor education from Kent University in 1971 with an emphasis in counseling psychology. He got a master of education in rehabilitation counseling in 1968 from Kent State University. He has a master of DIV. in theology and religion 1967 the United Theological Seminary.
Dr. McDowell has extensive experience in various counseling modalities. He was the founder and director of Mountaineer Affiliates in Neurolinguistic Programming and developed programs with the Southern Institute of NLP and the International Institute of NLP teaching programs from 1990 to 2000. He has research experience and publications in the area of holistic approaches, dealing with emotional distress, the use of therapeutic strategies with people with disabilities, addiction, caring for individuals with self-destructive patterns of behavior, and is working on a book on brief interventions in the treatment of trauma and PTSD. He has also authored numerous chapters in books, topics have included therapeutic strategies with people with disabilities, dealing with clients with various difficult issues, on death and dying, and similar topics. He has also participated in developing training videos in the area of NLP and has worked with NLP founders such as Robert Dilts, Suzie Smith, and Tim Hallbom. He has accumulated numerous honors and awards over the years and has many years of university and professional service.
Also on the the board are, ...
nlprandr.org, 11 Dec 2012 [cached]
Also on the the board are, Robert Salluzzo CPA, with thirty five years of corporate experience, including CFO Management Positions and Initial Public Offering developments; Richard O'Leary PhD, Director of Human Resources, Corning Inc.; and Professor William McDowell, long time NLP Trainer and current Chairman of the Human Development and Allied Technologies Department at Marshall University.
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William McDowell, Ph.D.
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William McDowell, Ph.D.
Professor William McDowell is a longtime NLP trainer. He is recently retired and newly appointed as Professor Emeritus at Marshall University. He was a full professor of counseling at Marshall University from 1994 to 2000 and coordinator of the undergraduate program from 1979 to 1980 and the chair of the counseling program from 1981 to 1997. After going into semi-retirement, he coordinated the counseling program from 2004 until recently. He was the Interim Division Chair of Human Development and 2006 Technology.
He received his Ph.D. in counselor education from Kent University in 1971 with an emphasis in counseling psychology. He got a master of education in rehabilitation counseling in 1968 from Kent State University. He has a master of DIV. in theology and religion 1967 the United Theological Seminary.
Dr. McDowell has extensive experience in various counseling modalities. He was the founder and director of Mountaineer Affiliates in Neurolinguistic Programming and developed programs with the Southern Institute of NLP and the International Institute of NLP teaching programs from 1990 to 2000. He has research experience and publications in the area of holistic approaches, dealing with emotional distress, the use of therapeutic strategies with people with disabilities, addiction, caring for individuals with self-destructive patterns of behavior, and is working on a book on brief interventions in the treatment of trauma and PTSD. He has also authored numerous chapters in books, topics have included therapeutic strategies with people with disabilities, dealing with clients with various difficult issues, on death and dying, and similar topics. He has also participated in developing training videos in the area of NLP and has worked with NLP founders such as Robert Dilts, Suzie Smith, and Tim Hallbom. He has accumulated numerous honors and awards over the years and has many years of university and professional service.
Professor William McDowell, ...
nlprandr.org, 11 Dec 2012 [cached]
Professor William McDowell, a long time NLP trainer, joined the Research & Recognition Project at its inception in 2007. When we decided to focus on the PTSD area he collected a team necessary to develop grant proposals. The team spearheaded the writing and development of a $300,000 pilot grant proposal and a three year state of the art scientific grant proposal of $12,000,000 to $13,000,000. Both those grants are currently being circulated for funding, at Marshall University, D.O.D., and in a number of White papers to Congress and the Services. A terrible development occurred with this in mid April (2008) when Professor McDowell suffered a massive heart attack and was forced to retire from Marshall University. With Professor McDowell's recovery last summer and his appointment as Professor Emeritus, the Grant applications and the development of the first NLP University Center in the U.S. are again going forward.
Board of Directors : NLP Research and Recognition Project
nlprandr.org, 7 May 2012 [cached]
Also on the the board are, Robert Salluzzo CPA, with thirty five years of corporate experience, including CFO Management Positions and Initial Public Offering developments; Richard O'Leary PhD, Director of Human Resources, Corning Inc.; and Professor William McDowell, long time NLP Trainer and current Chairman of the Human Development and Allied Technologies Department at Marshall University.
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William McDowell, Ph.D.
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William McDowell, Ph.D.
Professor William McDowell is a longtime NLP trainer. He is recently retired and newly appointed as Professor Emeritus at Marshall University. He was a full professor of counseling at Marshall University from 1994 to 2000 and coordinator of the undergraduate program from 1979 to 1980 and the chair of the counseling program from 1981 to 1997. After going into semi-retirement, he coordinated the counseling program from 2004 until recently. He was the Interim Division Chair of Human Development and 2006 Technology.
He received his Ph.D. in counselor education from Kent University in 1971 with an emphasis in counseling psychology. He got a master of education in rehabilitation counseling in 1968 from Kent State University. He has a master of DIV. in theology and religion 1967 the United Theological Seminary.
Dr. McDowell has extensive experience in various counseling modalities. He was the founder and director of Mountaineer Affiliates in Neurolinguistic Programming and developed programs with the Southern Institute of NLP and the International Institute of NLP teaching programs from 1990 to 2000. He has research experience and publications in the area of holistic approaches, dealing with emotional distress, the use of therapeutic strategies with people with disabilities, addiction, caring for individuals with self-destructive patterns of behavior, and is working on a book on brief interventions in the treatment of trauma and PTSD. He has also authored numerous chapters in books, topics have included therapeutic strategies with people with disabilities, dealing with clients with various difficult issues, on death and dying, and similar topics. He has also participated in developing training videos in the area of NLP and has worked with NLP founders such as Robert Dilts, Suzie Smith, and Tim Hallbom. He has accumulated numerous honors and awards over the years and has many years of university and professional service.
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Research Program: PTSD Protocol for War Veterans : NLP Research and Recognition Project
nlprandr.org, 7 May 2012 [cached]
Professor William McDowell, a long time NLP trainer, joined the Research & Recognition Project at its inception in 2007. When we decided to focus on the PTSD area he collected a team necessary to develop grant proposals.
...
A terrible development occurred with this in mid April (2008) when Professor McDowell suffered a massive heart attack and was forced to retire from Marshall University.
...
With Professor McDowell's recovery last summer and his appointment as Professor Emeritus, the Grant applications and the development of the first NLP University Center in the U.S. are again going forward.
...
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Will get sweet nothing one of them had mentioned the ARCT 10 or expressed concern over now be in their industrious settlers.
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