Introducing NLP – March 7th & 8th

Introducing NLP

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Perhaps you have seen Paul McKenna demonstrating some NLP on TV, maybe you’ve read about NLP in a book or magazine, it could be that someone you know has shown you some.

You know NLP seems kind of interesting and it looks like it could be very useful but it’s difficult to make sense of it from what you’ve experienced so far.

You could have heard all sorts of claims for it. That it’s a way of developing advanced communicating skills, influencing people, achieving your goals, managing individuals and groups, avoiding the things that you don’t want and getting much more of what you do and so on. But you are not yet ready to invest in a full NLP Practitioner training to verify these claims for yourself but you clearly are curious about NLP.

Unfortunately you can’t learn NLP from a book! NLP is a very practical set of tools and techniques, reading about it is not the same as doing it, you will find out about NLP by doing NLP.

An excellent way to find out about NLP for yourself is to attend a complete two day Introduction to NLP. During this workshop you will be able to try on NLP for size, get an inside perspective on it and be able to talk it over with experienced NLP Trainers and Master Practitioners.

This has been a dynamic course that has allowed me to feel empowered, in that I feel like I have more control over emotional forces that have driven me in the past. There is now the beginning of making decisions that I want in a more confident manner. Thanks Nigel, Andy and Harry.

Huw – Student

You will develop and enhance your communication skills, learn ways to better manage yourself as well others and influence with integrity. Over this comprehensive two day training you will learn:

• How to connect on a deep level with other people.
• How we all use a hidden language of the senses.
• How to notice what’s going on in other people.
• About certain repetitive behavioural traits and how to use them.
• How to quickly change the way you feel.
• How to choose your outcome for yourself that work.
• Simple techniques to see your world from different perspectives.

My expectations were all met extremely well. All of the exercises were extremely well delivered. I found it helpful the way the training was delivered with fun and enthusiasm.

Donna – Project Co-Ordinator

Because NLP is a practical set of skills and attitudes most of the two days will be spent in supervised practice sessions where you’ll be learning NLP by doing it. Get the experience and skills of what NLP can do for you and how you can start applying NLP by attending this course.

What has been beneficial is learning about the foundations of NLP and having the opportunity to learn and practice a variety of techniques.

Jane – Outreach Co-Ordinator

The next course will be held at The Coleman Teaching Centre, St Oswald’s Hospice, Regent Avenue, Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne.
Saturday 7th March & Sunday 8th March 2009

The cost for this two day training is only £95.

Get the experience and skills of what NLP can do for you and how you can start applying NLP to start getting more of what you want. Integrity NLP offer exceptional value and the highest quality training, so come and try it on for size and get first hand training from highly skilled and experienced NLP facilitators.

Special Bonus

Having completed this Introduction to NLP course,you are entitled to a £95.00 discount off the advertised price of our full NLP Practitioner Training. To book a place visit www.integritynlp.co.uk or email andy@integritynlp.co.uk or phone 0191 478 2726

EFT Café: Hopeless, Helpless, Worthless

Neutralising Limiting Beliefs: Possibility, Capability, Deservedness

Three common areas of limiting beliefs about being able to achieve any goal are:

  • Hopelessness – The desired goal is not possible. It may be possible for other people to achieve this goal but it’s not possible for me.
  • Helplessness – Even though the goal might be possible for me I am just not capable of achieving it.
  • Worthlessness – The goal may be possible, I may be capable but I am not deserving of the outcome.

If you have some goals that have been hard to achieve then these limiting beliefs may be at work.

In this EFT Cafe meeting we will explore ways of identifying these limiting beliefs and neutralising them with EFT. So if you have some goals or outcomes you are stuck with this may prove to be a very useful session.

Where and when?

The workshop will be on Thursday February 12th from 7-9 pm with all refreshments provided for just £10.00

St. Oswald’s Hospice Teaching Centre,
Regent Avenue, Gosforth,
Newcastle upon Tyne, NE3 1EE

Invitation to ChangeCamp 2009

I’d like to invite you to a rather unorthodox un-conference called ChangeCamp 2009 that I am organising for Saturday 27th June in Gosforth High School in Newcastle.

ChangeCamp 2009 is designed as a low cost conference event for practitioners of NLP, EFT, Hypnotherapy, Solution Focussed Brief Therapy and coaching, and for members of the public who may be interested in such things.

The themes for ChangeCamp are:

1. Changing yourself: Using psychological techniques to change our own experience of the world.

2. Changing others: Using psychological techniques in therapeutic or educational contexts.

3. Changing groups: Making groups and organisations more effective through psychological means.

Please not the emphasis on psychological applications. We will be restricting the presentations to a psychological orientation there wont be any presentations on crystal healing or aromatherapy. Our aim is to have a high quality content event that will appeal to professionals and public alike rather than a mind-body-spirit fare (of which there are many).

In a conventional conference attendees pay a large sum of money to sit and listen to acknowledged experts (who are paid an even larger sum) to tell them about the latest findings or how to do things.

In an un-conference that is put to one side, people who are interested in a subject and want to present about it make presentations to other people who are interested. The presentations may be talks, workshops, exercises, question and answer sessions, brainstorming sessions – what ever format best suits the issue in question. Audience participation is strongly encouraged. The event is organised to encourage an informality and cross fertilisation of ideas.

ChangeCamp is arranged to bring together a large number of participants from a variety of fields so they can be exposed to other ways of working and thinking. It’s set up to stimulate discussion.

To encourage high attendance the entry fee is set at £10 which is just enough to cover costs.

If you would like to attend just go to www.changecamp.co.uk and sign on to the website. If you would like to present in some way you can either email me with an idea.

I look forward to meeting with some of you in June.


View my page on ChangeCamp 2009