Minimum NLP Practitioner Course Content

If you are checking out courses, you may find this recommended minimum core content for a Practitioner course useful:

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Minimum NLP Practitioner Course Content

If you are checking out courses, you may find this recommended minimum core content for a Practitioner course useful:

  • presuppositions of NLP
  • present to desired state model
  • well formedness conditions for outcomes
  • state management
  • rapport
  • pacing and leading
  • sensory acuity
  • calibration
  • representational systems (sensory predicates and accessing cues)
  • association, dissociation and perceptual positions
  • accessing and building resources
  • meta model
  • milton model
  • anchoring (basic, stacking, collapsing, chaining)
  • submodalities (analogue, digital, critical and driver)
  • swish pattern
  • standard belief change
  • strategies
    • TOTES
    • well formedness conditions for strategies
    • eliciting, calibrating and utilising strategies
    • pattern interrupts
  • NLP frames
    • outcome frame
    • backtrack frame
    • relevancy frame
    • as if frame
    • open frame
    • discovery frame
    • agreement frame
  • reframing
  • content/context reframe
    • 6 step reframe
    • spotting and utilising incongruity
  • visual squash
  • new behaviour generator
  • chunking and sequencing
  • basic timeline work
  • logical levels