Questions to Ask

  • What certifications do you have?
  • How did you obtain your certifications? NB If they say online, please look for another NLP Professional, who has experience of being trained by real people, who can evaluate their competence!
  • How many practice hours do you undertake each year?
  • When did you qualify?
  • Which Training Company issued your qualifications? (You can then check with the Organisation to verify the information from the top three points)
  • What experience and expertise do you have that is relevant to my particular ‘problem’?
  • Do you have Insurance?
  • Do you have any testimonials or recommendations from other clients?
  • Can I see them?
  • Can I talk to one of them?
  • What Organisation(s) do you belong to?
  • Do they have a Code of Ethics that you abide by?
  • You can then check with the Organisation to verify this information.
  • Do you belong to ANLP?
  • Where are you based?
  • Are you able to offer consultations in other areas?
  • How long is a session and how many sessions may I need?
  • What happens about cancellations or missed appointments
  • How much do you charge?
  • Is this per session, per hour?
  • Do you offer a free initial consultation (either over the phone or in person) 
  • Will we have a contract?

Questions to ask yourself

 

Think about the following questions yourself, before commiting to working with an NLP Professional:

  • Am I really ready to deal with this particular ‘problem’?
  • What do I want to achieve from this consultation?
  • How will I know that I have achieved this?
  • Would I be comfortable working with this NLP Professional?

 

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