What Others Say

We ask our members to provide testimonials to prove they are giving their clients a great service. Its only fair that we do the same!

What Others Say

We ask our members to provide testimonials to prove they are giving their clients a great service. It's only fair that we do the same! We have received some lovely testimonials over the years, which we have sorted and share below:

Testimonials for ANLP Member Services

Testimonials for the ANLP Accreditation programme

Testimonials for Rapport Magazine

 

Testimonials for ANLP Member Services

For more information about becoming a Member of ANLP, click here.

"The ANLP is passionate about raising the standards and ethics of NLP within the international community and I’m glad to get to know the team and be a part of their work..." 

Andy Coley - ANLP Accredited Trainer Member - ANLP Regional Ambassador - Beyond Training Solutions

 

“ANLP provides unrivalled, unbiased support to a whole wide spectrum of people whether they are totally new to NLP and looking for an introductory course through to licensed trainers developing their business. Karen and her team are committed to a strong set of values aimed at raising the positive profile of NLP role modelling integrity, generosity of spirit and professionalism. It has been a pleasure developing both a professional and personal relationship with them."  

Melody and Joe Cheal,  - ANLP Accredited Trainers - ANLP Regional Ambassador - NLP Master Trainers - The GWiz Training Partnership

 

“I think it is a great service that you are offering and wanted to let you know that I have had people contact me about doing my next course- so thank you. You make a difference.”

Helen Drake, INLPTA Trainer

 

“Coming from a professional background, it was important to me that when I became an NLP coach, I would find a way to work in a similarly professional way. ANLP offers that, through the setting and monitoring of standards of practice and in leading NLP in the UK forwards through the setting of national standards and ensuring quality of practice to clients.

In addition ANLP, through the website has generated many clients for me, clients who use the web to find a practitioner in their geographic area. As if that is not enough, Rapport magazine is a great way to find out what is going on in NLP and I always find something new in the articles, helping me to keep growing and to expand my knowledge base. I certainly would not consider practicing without belonging to ANLP and when regulation is brought in I do hope ANLP becomes the professional body for NLP in the UK”.

Dr Suzanne Henwood PhD, MSc, HDCR, PGCE - ANLP Trainer Member - mBIT Master Trainer - ANLP International Ambassador

 

“We believe ANLP will work with “the Government or whomever” if and when some form of regulation becomes a reality. The best way to help a professional body have influence and to be taken seriously is to have a large membership, this is our way of ensuring we have a voice at the negotiation table when that challenge becomes a reality. We made the decision to include ANLP membership for our students for two reasons. Firstly it gives “would be” students a certain confidence that we, as a training organisation have a relationship with a professional body and that they would be joining a profession as well as a professional body on successful completion of their studies. The second reason is that as an NLP training organisation I want there to be a strong professional voice to point to for our own credibility – ANLP is that voice.

Our first port of call was the ANLP, I have to say that the ANLP of today is NOT the ANLP of yesteryear, today its an incredibly professional, standard setting, academic conference organising and over all high quality flag waving group of people that I am confident to associate my business whole heartedly with. They have helped us in so many ways to be the ongoing and growing success that we are by providing a quality mark for the public, by encouraging us to “be even more” and by being a friend in often difficult times, economic and circumstantial.”

Tony Nutley - ANLP Accredited Trainer Member - The UK College of Personal Development

 

“Karen is a great leader in her chosen field. She treads a precarious path and manages to act as host, negotiator, facilitator, arbiter, champion, ethical standard bearer amongst many other roles. She is committed to developing a process for the management of a diverse psychological approach while continuing to uphold her own standards for ANLP, which is to remain the Switzerland of the NLP Community, often in the face of considerable opposition, threats and challenges.”

Lisa De Rijk - ANLP Accredited Trainer Member - Psychotherapist and former Vice Chair and Chair of UKCP (UK Council of Psychotherapy)

 

“ANLP’s independence and commitment to standards and ethics in NLP is as good for the public as it is for those of us passionate about sharing NLP. As an NLP Master Trainer, I am so grateful for the support, resources and network that ANLP provides.”

Reb Veale - ANLP Trainer Member - NLP Master Trainer - ANLP Regional Ambassador - Reveal Solutions Ltd.

 

“What has the ANLP ever done for me? Inspire, guide, challenge, develop and support.”

Kathleen McRae, ANLP Professional Member

 

“ANLP is THE voice of NLP Professionals in the UK. It provides an unbiased platform for representing the ethos of those committed to sharing skills and knowledge to help others, whether as practitioners or trainers. Its standards and guidelines ensure that clients can be sure they’re receiving the best quality of NLP training or intervention the UK has to offer.”

Rob Jones, ANLP Trainer Member


Testimonials for the ANLP Accreditation programme

For more information on the ANLP Accrediation Programme, click here.

“I would like to congratulate ANLP on their recent development on their comprehensive guidelines and standards for NLP Trainings and Trainers. This is much needed within the field and will aid the credibility of NLP as a powerful technology of communication excellence. It is a pleasure to endorse the standards and I look forward to supporting ANLP as they continue to facilitate members to embed the standards and ethics of quality training.”

Lisa de Rijk - Member of the External Verification Panel

 

“The continued development of accreditation and membership standards will in the end give more and more confidence to the buying public, both for practitioners, trainers and the corporate world.”

“When I qualified as a trainer it was accreditation from the ANLP that I sought. I am proud to be an ANLP accredited trainer. I was saddened that although NLP has an obvious focus towards enhancing understanding, communication and relationships that there is still derision and exclusion practiced by some other organisations that purport to represent the NLP ‘community’.

UKCPD saw accreditation as a way to increase buyer confidence. “External validation shows your processes have been checked out. In our case, most of what we were doing was right. There were a couple of things we could have been doing differently. Accreditation drew our attention to the need to screen people to ensure that the right people get on to the course. We now have a robust screening questionnaire.

Choosing ANLP as an accrediting body was made easier because “the ANLP of today is an incredibly professional, standard setting, academic conference organising and overall high quality flag waving group of people that I am confident to associate my business whole heartedly with.

Tony Nutley - ANLP Accredited Trainer Member

 

“Performance People provide transformational leadership and coaching courses with NLP content and have a strong customer base in the Military sector which created specific requirements. “We needed to be able to map from the ANLP accreditation to the National Qualifications Framework for ELCAS. ANLP provided external validation of our mapping and were very helpful when our requirements changed at the last minute.

Performance People are also accredited by ABNLP and INLPTA and an approved ILM centre so the accreditation process was nothing new. “The ANLP process is well documented and they walk the talk. It offered a consistent approach, with appropriate values, standards and ethics and allowed us flexibility of delivery. It allowed us to express our personality and meet the needs of our client base. As a bonus, we were able to develop our candidate handbook from the ANLP accreditation guide.”

Mark Woodhouse - ANLP Accredited Trainer Member - Performance People 


Testimonials for Rapport Magazine

For more information on Rapport Magazine, click here.

“I hope you are having a beautiful week, and the world is smiling big on you. I just read your latest issue of Rapport from cover to cover, and I want to congratulate you on doing another brilliant job with your latest edition. Giving my previous background in journalism, I can truly appreciate how much hard work you must of put in to create such an incredible magazine. I especially love the lay out and design of it, and all the detailed graphic art work. It truly is a beautiful magazine that is filled with a lot of high quality content.”

Kris Hallbom - NLP Master Trainer

 

“Congratulations! At last a dedicated magazine that can be an authentic voice for those of us in the NLP/personal development field. There has been a void for so long and you have filled it with quality and distinction. Thank you.”

Paul Hunting, Author of ‘Why talk to a guru? When you can whisper to a horse: the art of natural leadership.’

 

“Rapport magazine is just so brilliant and so professional. I have seen how it has developed over the years and it is really superb. It helps me so much - I feel really proud when I give Rapport to people who are interested in NLP and that helps them make a decision.”

Darshan Kaur, NLP Professional

 

“Thanks for sending me the magazine. Thought it all very interesting. Makes me think I ought to do an NLP course!”

Julia Johnson

 

“I’ve been writing for Rapport for a few years now and Karen is very welcoming of ideas, encouraging and supportive (this has helped me approach some of my personal development icons and interview them). Sometimes, NLP can feel like an enormous subject area but Karen brings heart to ANLP. She is very enthusiastic about keeping up to date with developments and sharing them to help readers, members and colleagues in the loop. Rapport is one of my favourite clients and that’s because Karen is delightful to work with.”

Eve Menezes Cunningham, freelance journalist and Rapport editorial team