1957: B.S. in Chemistry, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA.
1964: State of California Standard Lifetime Teaching Credential with Specialization in Junior College Teaching (Psychology and Chemistry).
1967-present: Owner and Editor of Real People Press, a small publishing company featuring books in new areas of psychology and personal change. Current authors include Richard Bandler, John Grinder, Michael Colgrass, Eloise Ristad, Wilson Van Dusen, Leslie Cameron-Bandler, David Gordon, Michael Lebeau. Past authors have included Fritz Perls, Barry Stevens, Carl Rogers, Eugene Gendlin, John Shlien.
1968-77: Gestalt Therapist, Group Leader and Trainer.
1962-70: Instructor in Psychology, Diablo Valley College, Pleasant Hill, CA.
1962: Analytical Chemist, U.S. Bureau of Mines, Berkeley, CA.
1961-62: Ink Chemist, California Ink Co. Berkeley, CA.
1957-58: Polymer Chemist, Shell Chemical Corp. Torrance, CA.
- Transforming Negative Self-Talk: practical, effective exercises. W. W. Norton (July 2012)
Also available from Amazon.com: Transforming Negative Self-Talk
Volume 2 is entitled Help with Negative Self Talk, vol 2, available as an eBook download from Real People Press.
- Six Blind Elephants : understanding ourselves and each other,
volume 1 & 2. (2006)
Read Excerpts from Vol.I
Read Excerpts from Vol. II
- Heart of the Mind: Engaging Your Inner Power to Change with Neuro-Linguistic Programming. (co-authored with Connirae Andreas) (1989)
A unique introduction to the field of NLP, with 21 chapters featuring key methods that make this field applicable to many areas of personal growth and effectiveness. Includes examples and outlines for each method.
- Change Your Mind–and Keep the Change. (co-authored with Connirae Andreas) (1987)
Advanced interventions including methods for dissolving compulsions, overcoming unwanted habits, working with Beliefs and Values, plus original work on Personal Timelines.
- Transforming Your Self: becoming who you want to be. (2002)
Explores the basis for our self-concept, how it can support our life goals, plus a section on boundaries.
- Virginia Satir: The Patterns of Her Magic. (1991)
- NLP 24-Day Practitioner Certification Trainer’s Manual. (co-authored with Connirae Andreas) (1986)
- Is There Life Before Death (1995) Anthology of meaningful stories and poems.
- Awareness: exploring, experimenting, experiencing. (Gestalt awareness Exercises) (1970)
NLP: the New Technology of Achievement, ed. by Steve Andreas & Charles Faulkner, with additional authors, Tim Hallbom, Suzi Smith, Robert McDonald.
Core Transformation, by Connirae Andreas & Tamara Andreas.
A 10-step method that uses our limitations as the doorway to profound states of being people describe as “Inner Peace”, “Love” or “Oneness.”
Reframing:Neuro-Linguistic Programming and the Transformation of Meaning,by Richard Bandler and John Grinder. (co-edited with Connirae Andreas)
Frogs into Princes: Neuro-Linguistic Programming,by Richard Bandler and John Grinder.
Windows to Our Children: a gestalt therapy approach to children and adolescents, by Violet Oaklander.
Gestalt Is, by Fritz Perls, Wilson Van Dusen, and others. (includes three contributions by Steve Andreas).
Embrace Tiger, Return to Mountain, the Essence of T’ai Chi,by Al Chung-Liang Huang
Gestalt Therapy Verbatim, by Frederick S. Perls.
In and Out the Garbage Pail, by Frederick S. Perls.
Person to Person: The Problem of Being Human,by Carl R. Rogers and Barry Stevens.
“The Decision Destroyer”—Verbatim transcript of audiotaped demonstration and training in this pattern developed by Richard Bandler and presented by Steve Andreas.
“Case Studies: How Clients ‘Do’ Their Problems—NLP can help you do the ‘briefest’ therapy,” by Steve Andreas. Psychotherapy Networker, November/December, 2007, pp. 63-67
“Turning Refuseniks into Customers: therapy with involuntary clients.” The Psychotherapy Networker, March/April, 2005, pp.23-25.
“Creating an Intense Response ‘The Therapeutic Trauma‘” Milton H. Erickson Foundation Newsletter, Vol. 24, No. 2, Summer 2004, p. 6.
” Breakthroughs and Meltthroughs” Anchor Point, Vol. 18, No. 2. pp.25-43
” Escaping the “Black Hole” of Judgement” NLP World, Vol. 18, No. 1, Spring, 2004 pp. 13-17
“Nonverbal (Contextual) Implication” Milton H. Erickson Foundation Newsletter, Vol. 24, No. 1, Spring 2004.
“Understanding Comics: the invisible art” (Review) Anchor Point, Vol. 14, No. 12, December, pp. 48-49.
“Certainty and Uncertainty” Anchor Point, Vol. 14, No. 10, October, pp. 3-8.
“Breaking Patterns of Depression: Hypnosis and Building Resources” (Videotape) Michael D. Yapko, Ph.D. Review. Anchor Point, Vol. 14, No. 9, September, pp. 40-44.
“Looking Backward (at a few of the bends and dips in the road)” Rapport (UK) Summer.
“Use Your Buts well” Canadian Assn. of NLP (online)
“Selecting a Resource to Anchor” Anchor Point, July 2000, Vol. 14, No. 7, pp. 3-8
“Enlarging the Frame” Anchor Point, Vol. 14, No. 6, June, pp. 46-47
“NLP Practitioners Doing Therapy” Anchor Point, Vol. 14, No. 6, June, pp. 26-27
“Modal Operators” Anchor Point, January, Vol. 14, No.1 pp. 27-28
“Gaining Additional Perspectives in Relationships” chapter in Favorite Counseling and Therapy Homework Assignments: 56 therapists share their most creative strategies. Howard Rosenthal, Ed. Accelerated Development/Taylor & Francis, Philadelphia, PA (in press).
“The Kinesthetic Swish” Anchor Point, Vol. 13, No. 11, November, pp.32-
“What Makes a good NLPer?” Anchor Point,Vol. 13, No. 10, October, p. 3.
“Forgiveness” Anchor Point, Vol. 13, No. 5, May, pp. 5-16
“Practical Spirituality” Anchor Point,Vol. 13, No. 7, July, p. 21.
“Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP): Changing Points of View” The Family Journal: Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families, Vol. 7, No. 1, January, p. 22.
“Modeling With NLP.” Rapport: The Magazine for Neuro-Linguistic Programming (UK) Winter No. 46, p. 7
“Grief” chapter in Favorite Counseling and Therapy Techniques, 51 therapists share their most creative strategies. Howard Rosenthal, Ed. Accelerated Development/Taylor & Francis, Philadelphia, PA
“Do You Feel What I Feel?” Anchor Point,Vol. 12, No.7, July, p. 34.
“Scheduling Unconscious Responses” Anchor Point,Vol. No. 7, July, p. 49.
“It’s Just Not Fair” (L) Anchor Point, Vol. 12, N0, 3, March, p. 43.
“Neuro-Linguistic Programming” Chapter in The First Session of Brief Therapy,edited by Budman, Hoyt, and Friedman.
“The Power of Presuppositions.” Family Therapy Networker May/June
“Aligning Perceptual Positions: A New Distinction in NLP” by Connirae Andreas and Tamara Andreas. Anchor Point,Vol 5 No 2, February, pp. 1-6.
“A Brief History of Timelines” The Vak,Volume X, No. 1, Winter 1991-92, p. 1.
“Briefer than Brief: A Methodical approach to spontaneous change.” Family Therapy Networker Mar/Apr 1990, p. 37. (co-authored with Connirae Andreas.)
“The True Genius of Virginia Satir.” Family Therapy Networker Jan./Feb.
“A Strategy for Responding to Criticism.” National Association of Neuro-Linguistic Programming Newsletter, 1985. (co-authored with Connirae Andreas.)
“Neuro-Linguistic Programming: A New Technology for Training.” Performance and Instruction Journal. Vol XXI, No. 5, June, 1982, p. 37. (co-authored with Connirae Andreas.)
“Gestalt Therapy” (pp. 247-252) and “Neuro-Linguistic Programming” (pp. 423-425) The Psychotherapy Handbook, by Richie Herink. New American Library.
“Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Gestalt.” Gestalt Journal,Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 84-88.
“Determinism: Prerequisite for a Meaningful Freedom.” Review of Existential Psychology and Psychiatry.Vol. 7, No. 3.
DVD’s & Videotapes
“Core Transformation—the Full 3-Day Workshop” (a Complete training of Core Transformation, Aligning Perceptual Positions, & Parental Timeline Reimprinting.)
“Resolving Grief” (Live demonstration recorded at the Milton Erickson Brief Therapy Conference)
“Diffusing Reflexive Anger” (the Forgiveness Pattern) Client interview with introduction and follow-up commentary.
“NLP Eye Movement Integration” (Demonstration with a Vietnam Veteran recorded at the Milton Erickson Brief Therapy Conference).
“Aligning Perceptual Positions”
“Parental Timeline Reimprinting”
“Making Core Changes”
“Shifting the Importance of Criteria”
“A Strategy for Responding to Criticism”
“The Last Straw’ Threshold Pattern”
“The Swish Pattern”
“The Fast Phobia/Trauma Cure”
“Future-Pacing: Programming Yourself to Remember Later”