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The purpose of this research was to study the effects of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) counseling on stress of child sexual abused. The sample consisted of 4 sexual abused children whose ages were 12-17 years. The research experimental was a single group research design. The data collection was divided into three phases: a baseline phase (A), an intervention phase (B), and a withdrawal phase (A). The research instruments were the NLP Individual Counseling Programming with Visual Kinesthetic Dissociation, personal power radiator techniques, EMG bio-feedback, and stress thermometer for evaluating the stress level. Data analysis utilized the mean and effect size. The results showed that the 4 sexual abused children in the intervention and withdrawal phase had stress level which was measured by EMG bio-feedback and a stress thermometer less than in the baseline phase and the effect size decreased significantly. In the treatment and removal of the different trials, their stress levels in withdrawal trials were less than those in the trial phase and the effect size decreased significantly, except for the second sexual abused child.