NLP is the study of what works and what doesn't. Developed by Richard Bandler and John Grinder in the 1970s, their aim was to simplify the work of therapists and help them get better and quicker results. The model then expanded to have techniques and methodologies that are applied in business, health, public speaking, communication, and influence. I have been certified as a Master Coach of NLP and Trainer through the American Board of NLP. My first certification courses were with Carol Talbot in Dubai, and my trainer's training was with Tad and Adriana James in Las Vegas. Since NLP is an evergrowing skillset that is applied in different areas I then attended the following:
NLP can be used to help in:
Usually considered the mystery of mysteries, with so many misconceptions. Hypnotherapy helps clients get in touch with their unconscious minds to uncover their maps of the world. It is done as a process of relaxation that allows clients to be at ease and achieve change smoothly. I am certified as a Hypnotherapist and a Hypnosis Trainer from the American Board of Hypnosis.
Hypnosis can be used to help in:
TLT™ is a change work process that was developed by Everett 'Tad' James in the late 1980s. The process works consciously with the unconscious mind and helps in identifying triggering events in a quick and timely manner. I am certified as a Master Practitioner and Trainer of TLT™ from the Timeline Therapy Association.
TLT™ can be used to help with:
NLP Coaching is a modality that is used in business and life goals. It was developed by Tad and Adriana James where they incorporated the Values Levels System that helps individuals identify where there are specific challenges that stop them from getting what they want. I am certified as a Master Coach from the American Board of NLP.
NLP Coaching can be used to help with:
PCW™ is a method of communication developed by Nick Kemp, which creates the possibility for dynamic change in an accelerated and conversational manner. The practitioner provokes new ideas and feelings changing the client's previous "stuck state of thinking" to create new, long-lasting and measurable possibilities.
The PCW model was inspired by Frank Farrelly’s classic Provocative Therapy. Rather than analyzing past events or offering solutions, in provocative work, the practitioner challenges the client’s current thinking and works as a problem-solving process empowering the client to create their own conclusions for themselves, rather than offer solutions to the problem.
PCW™ can be used to deal with: