ANLP FAQs

Questions relating to ANLP and potential membership

Q:
02. Do I need insurance to become a member?

No!
 
Professional Liability insurance is not currently a legal requirement. However, a number of Professional Organisations, including ANLP, strongly recommend and would prefer it if you ensure you have adequate insurance cover if you are practicing NLP and promoting yourself as an NLP Professional.
 
Claims for compensation from clients are becoming more and more common in an age of `no win, no fee` personal injury lawyers, and a large claim could be very damaging to a sole trader or small firm without the necessary insurance in place.
 
Adequate insurance also offers a valid benefit to your clients, which you can communicate to both existing and potential new clients. Insurance provides your clients with the peace of mind that if something should go wrong, there are funds in place to compensate them in the event of a loss or injury.

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