On Saturday November 22nd we are holding one of our NLP Practice days, an opportunity to meet up with other NLPers and practice new stuff and develop your skills.
The day will be structured into four separate sessions, running from 9:30am to 5pm in a new venue in North Shields. Although we haven’t yet confirmed all the topics and presenter’s for the day Andy Hunt will be running a session called ‘What do you want for Christmas?’
If you are on, or have been on, one of IntegrityNLP’s courses the day is FREE of charge otherwise it will cost just £10. You will need to have had some experience of NLP, if you’ve attended an NLP Practitioner Training or one of our Introducing NLP trainings that’s fine, if you’re not sure drop us a line and we can discuss it.
As a special attraction (!) the venue is just a few hundred yards from the Royal Quays retail outlet centre and we’ll be allowing an extra half hour at lunch if you care to do a bit of Christmas shopping.
Posted onAugust 18, 2008|Comments Off on Newcastle Clinical Hypnotherapy Diploma
The next Clinical Hypnotherapy diploma course in the North East of England in Newcastle is starting in August. There is just two weeks before you can join the premier Clinical Hypnotherapy Diploma training in the North East – Alan Jones and Nigel Hetherington facilitate this General Hypnotherapy Standards Council approved training.
Posted onJuly 13, 2008|Comments Off on Newcastle and North East NLP Practice Group
If you would like to practice NLP by doing NLP then you might like to come to the NLP Cafe and meet like minded explorers like you who want to increase your knowledge and skills – And all this takes place in a warm, secure and purpose built training centre.
Sometimes we find ourselves in situations that trigger unresourceful states in us. A letter from the bank, being called into the bosses office, having to do the paper work, etc, etc.
Wouldn’t it be nice if that not so useful state automatically triggered a more resourceful state in that situation? Not surprisingly NLP has a number of state based processes to help that happen.
In the next NLP Cafe on Tuesday July 15th we will use a simple technique called the Anchor Dance for automatically taking you from an unresourceful to a resourceful state quickly and easily.
Join Andy Hunt and Nigel Hetherington at St Oswald’s Hospice Teaching Centre between 7pm and 9pm on July 16th to find out how to do the Anchor Dance (courtesy of Vikas Dikshit an inventive NLPer from Pune, India).
The evening costs just £10 for which you will receive a Cafe Credit which will give you a £10 discount on any course run by Andy Hunt or Nigel Hetherington.
An experiential and memorable two day hands on workshop of themes of excellence in applied NLP in therapy – presented by Andrew T Austin.
In this two day workshop by Andy Austin you can learn new ways to deal with difficult clients based on the art and science of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP). As a registered nurse, Andy Austin has worked in casualty, neurological and psychiatric settings. As a therapist he has worked successfully with people that would be considered very difficult clients.
On the first day he will lay the groundwork showing you how we construct our internal experience and how as therapists we can detect what is going on.
On the second day, he’ll demonstrate how to use these skills to create interventions that work with addictive personalities, yo-yo quitters. He’ll address the three pillars Guilt, Anxiety and Depression. and how to help your clients onto a different path. Who is this course for? This course is to encourage excellence in therapy and will be useful for
NLP Practitioners and Master practitioners
Mental Health Professionals
Anyone else in the helping professions
Newcastle upon Tyne : 21-22 June : £195.00
choose to pay a £50 deposit and the balance by April or pay the full discounted amount of £170 now
Have you ever heard that old saying ‘Smile and the whole world smiles back at you?’ Its probably not entirely 100% true BUT When you smile, a genuine smile ( not that half arsed stiff british upper lip ), people usually smile back. You begin to change your own mood with just a little smile. Your brain and face get a little cooler. Like Bandler said a long time ago saying the word ‘e’ or ‘ah’ over and over again have this effect. Its not new though, my Grandma told me to do it “Smile and the whole world smiles with you” – Cheers Stella – you knew it back then! For a lot of real science on this ‘smiling phenomena’ visit Bob Suttons page.
Tip number six
Holidays are almost upon us – hurrah! Get out and walk for half and hour or more. There are literally hundreds of places, with trees, birds and even lakes that are within 30 minutes of Newcastle upon Tyne. The are also parks with lakes in Newcastle upon Tyne. You will meet other people. As Hippocrates stated years ago “Walking is a mans best medicine” – Naturally this applies equally to men and women of both sexes. Wrap up warm and get some fresh air. Enjoy the left brain right brain contra-lateral exercises – yes – walking!