NLP Techniques for Hypnotherapists
Date & Time:25th February 2018, 9.30am - 4.30pm
Cost:£75 which includes a buffet lunch
Location:The Old Rectory Clinic
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Neuro-linguistic Programming has been around since the 1970s and was originally based on John Grinder and Richard Bandler observing techniques used by Fritz Perls, Virginia Satir, and Milton Erickson that worked with clients and identify the key components of those techniques and being able to replicate them time-and-time again. This full day workshop will cover:
- Introduction to NLP
- Building rapport
- Pacing and leading
- Peripheral vision relaxation
- Circle of excellence
- The Swish technique
- Rewind technique (Fast Phobia Cure)
- 5-minute headache cure
- Dickens Process
- Godiva chocolate pattern
- Sleights of mouth belief change
- Creating a brilliant future
- Organic belief change
Some of the techniques make use of what NLPers refer to as sub-modalities (sight, sound, smell, taste, and feel) and these will be explained. Other NLP ideas such as logical levels will be gently touched on, but they don’t impact on the effectiveness of the techniques described.
Each technique will be explained in detail and then attendees can try them out on each other.
This full day workshop is on Sunday 25th February and tickets are £75 which includes all refreshments and a buffet lunch. To book your space please click on the link below:
About the host
Trevor Eddolls BA, Cert Ed, MOS MI, DHP, HPD, SFBT Sup (Hyp), CBT (Hyp), Dip NLP, Dip Mindfulness, AfSFH (Exec), CNHC Registered, UKCHO Registered is a Hypnotherapy Master Practitioner, a Solution-Focused Supervisor, an NLP Master Practitioner, and Head of IT on the Executive of the Association for Solution-Focused Hypnotherapy (AfSFH).
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