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NLP Practitioner module 3

Date: 23rd - 26th Jan 2019
Location: Regents University, Inner Circle, Regents Park, London NW1


If you are interested in this event please contact the member directly using the details provided below:

Name: Robbie Steinhouse
Email: info@nlpschool.com
Phone: +44 (0)20 7274 9213


Module 3:  Bringing it all together. Assessment and Certification

The final module of your NLP course is like the end of a journey. There are still techniques, concepts and tools to be learned, and all the learning we have done needs to be integrated.


Frames.  We have worked with attention since the beginning of the course.  Now, by looking at frames, we will examine the contexts and constraints where attention is directed – and how we can change these.


Anchoring.  Want to change your immediate state of mind?  NLP has techniques for doing this.  We also look at uses of anchoring, including how it can help you make outstanding presentations.


Change Personal History.  You cannot change the past, but you can change how you perceive and feel about it, and thus the person that you are now because of it.  This is a powerful technique for leaving behind memories and turning them into useful life-lessons.


Timelines.  Understanding how you represent time – and working with these representations – enables you to explore your past in a new way and to plan and work towards the future that you truly desire.


The Hero’s Journey.  This remarkable tool for deep inner change is based on the structure of traditional myths – and the secret behind successful contemporary Hollywood movies.


Releasing Enmeshment.  This is a technique for dealing with past memories and people that just ‘won’t let go’.  Set yourself free with peace of mind.


The Seven Parallels.  This is a way of aligning both your own ‘neurological levels’ and the various aspects of collective bodies – work, family, community – that you belong to.


Belief Change Cycle.  People are limited by their beliefs on what is possible, what they are capable of and what they deserve.  They may also believe that these beliefs cannot be changed.  They can be, and here’s how…


Assessment.  All good things have to come to an end!  Part of this module is an assessment day, when we will assure ourselves that you have earned the Qualification of NLP Practitioner, understanding and applying NLP with skill, elegance and ethics.


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