Linda Tracy Jones
Psychologist, creative writer, communications trainer, business and personal coach, and founder of NLT Technology.
After graduating from Carnegie Mellon University, Linda plunged into the exciting and high-profile advertising business in Manhattan. After selling her business, Linda moved into private practice and teaching, which led to her working with prominent doctors of chiropractic and with Dr. John Grinder, co-developer of NLP.
From there, Linda was able to further develop her own NLT technology in collaboration with inspired physicians and university professors. During this period of clinical research, which allowed Linda to work in the U.S., Canada, and Europe, she gained extraordinary insight into the delicate balance and maintenance of the interaction of physical and emotional systems. Her reputation for effective, respectful work and skilled results became well known and led to her inclusion in Who’s Who of American Seminar Leaders.
While teaching at Laurentian University, Linda began developing projects to neutralize and eliminate racist feelings and reactions for the Department of Canadian Heritage. She has conducted scientific research on the results.
Linda is currently a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the European Association for Applied Psychology. This association is a leading international group in the field of scientifically based education and training for postgraduate students in communication techniques, coaching and health promotion, in Germany, Canada, Brazil, Russia and India.
Linda has been successfully conducting her seminars for more than 20 years. Over 1,000 individuals and 250 corporations, educational, consulting and health care organizations have attended this life-changing continuing education at Laurentian University.