A brilliant tool or a load of 'mumbo jumbo'

A brilliant tool or a load of 'mumbo jumbo'
Rapport Issue


Publication Date

March 28th 2009


Lisa Squirrell

After embarking on my NLP Practitioner’s training with Kath Temple of The Lifelong Learning Company back in January and March 2007 I was left wanting more. I happened to be studying for my MA (Ed) and about to start my dissertation for the final furlong. I was working in a Pupil Referral Unit for children aged 3-8 with Social Emotional Behavioural Difficulties (SEBD) and knew instinctively that a lot of the NLP techniques would be perfect to use with them. In discussion with others about this, people told me how hard it is to research NLP - let alone with children – well, I’m always up for a challenge, so I rose to it!...


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