What is NLP?
This is the nervous system (the mind), through which our experience is processed through the five senses
These are the language and other non-verbal communication systems through which our neural representations are coded, ordered and given meaning. This includes:
- Words (Internal Dialogue)
The ability to really discover and utilise the programmes we run (our communication to ourselves and others) in our neurological systems to achieve our specific and desired outcomes
In other words, NLP is how to use the language of the mind to consistently achieve our specific and desired outcomes
Co-created by Richard Bandler and John Grinder in the mid 1970s the field of NLP is constantly developing and learning about excellence through the models Bandler and Grinder made of great communicators. They initially studied three successful therapists, Fritz Perls (the founder of Gestalt therapy), Virginia Satir (the founder of Family Therapy) and Milton Erickson (the leading exponent of Modern Hypnotherapy) and using an effective way of asking precise questions found out from them how they were able to get such consistently good results. Whilst initially modelling these people, over the course of the next few years they modelled many different people from sportsmen and women to marksmen and businessmen, and as such started to coin the phrase that NLP was being able to model the structure of excellence.
At Thoughtitude we offer a variety of Licensed NLP Courses
If this is your first introduction to NLP, we have a day full of practical exercises where you can experience personal change and get more of an insight into what can be achieved by using the skills and methodologies of NLP.
Our Licensed Practitioner of NLP Course is the next progression and has often been said by our students that it can be a life changing course. In the Practitioner training you will be taught the attitudes, principles and techniques of Neuro-linguistic programming to increase your personal effectiveness and to begin to develop those skills in others.
The next progression is the Licensed Master Practitioner of NLP Course. In the Licensed Practitioner of NLP training you will have been taught the attitudes, principles and techniques of Neuro-linguistic programming to increase your personal effectiveness and to begin to develop those skills in others. So when you master being a practitioner of NLP, your skills and techniques are developed so much that you can create your own ways of eliciting and installing change in yourself and others.
Once you have successfully completed your Licensed Master Practitioner of NLP you now can advance your skills and incorporate into coaching frameworks to complete the Licensed NLP Coach Course.
All the Licensed Courses are certified by The Society of NLP and each certificate is personally signed by Dr Richard Bandler (Co-Creator of NLP).
If you would like to have a chat about any of the courses please feel free to contact June on 07876 578055 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
On an individual basis, NLP can help with a wide range of problems and conditions, including…