Posted onJanuary 10, 2011|Comments Off on NLP Collapsing Anchors Physically Newcastle NLP Practitioner and Clinical Hypnotherapy Training
One of the methodologies in NLP is moving from problem states or feelings into ones of freedom and ease.
Some people will regard this process as chaining anchors others may regard this as collapsing anchors. It can be regarded as both. More importantly it is really all about shunting anchors or states. That is to go from one state to another. This is accomplished by shifting physiology and some Thought Provoking Dialogue.
This is one way to make yourself feel better and let go of the past … while preserving as much as possible of the learnings … so you ideally don’t get into the same kind of mire again. It is also a way through repetition to train your body to shift at the first signs ( often unconscious ) of the problem state to a resource state.
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Posted onDecember 6, 2010|Comments Off on Thought Provoking Dialogue Workshops Newcastle 2011
Thought Provoking Dialogue is a humorous, often irrelevant and completely client centred way of working. This approach is not for everyone yet a 20 minute ‘bubble’ session has the gentle power to help shift clients from problem states to resource states and create lasting and powerful change. In the ‘bubble’ anything and everything is possible …
“Humour can help to break old patterns and establish new ones”
So many research papers and books tell us of the positive effects of laughter. Apparently 20 minutes of laughter is equivalent to 20 minutes of physical activity, likened to an inner form of jogging. It may well act as a buffer against day to day stressful perceptions. However, laughter is not easy to come by in our mixed up fear driven world. Consequently Thought Provoking Dialogue sets out to challenge our sometimes negative mind-sets and self-limiting beliefs.
“Research shows that laughter can help to boost the immune system”
These workshops are all about therapeutic uses of humour and a Thought Provoking approach to real change. An absolute must for therapists, coaches, trainers and all people helpers! Phil Jeremiah was one of Frank Farrelly’s ( Provocative Therapy ) earliest and brightest students.
March 12-13 2011 : TPD Workshop : £125
April 9-10 2011 : TPD Advanced Workshop : £125
Book both courses save £50 and get both workshops for £200
“Creativity and humour are closely linked”
Phil has been providing training in the UK and Europe for over 20 years to a wide range of professionals and organisations and has worked in the field of personal development for even longer. He was a qualified Senior Mental Health Social Worker, approved under the Mental Health Act 1983. Phil has extensive training and a wealth of experience in the fields of adult psychiatry, psychotherapy, counselling, hypnosis, brief therapy, NLP, EFT, EMDR, Life coaching and clinical risk assessment in mental health.
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Posted onNovember 23, 2010|Comments Off on The Fastest Way To Create Resource States NLP
The fastest most robust way to generate resource states is using a variant of NLP Eye Movement Integration called Lazy Eights. This is a technique I have developed and find this continues to get amazing results very fast.
This clip is from an Ericksonian Clinical Hypnotherapy training I delivered in Alaska earlier this year. The process is very simple to use and is demonstrated step by step in this video.
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An exploration of the elements of assisting clients …
The process of generative change and opening possibilities to lead an even more meaningful and purposeful life is all about making connections between a goal or outcome and the inherent values, beliefs, purposes and motivations that are driving the outcome or goal.
By abstracting or generalising the driving forces or ‘what does this actually get you’ in terms of the goal you can assist your clients in experiencing the real purpose or meaning of their goal.
Posted onMay 26, 2010|Comments Off on NLP Master Practitioner Newcastle North East England
The emphasis on my NLP Master Practitioner training is two fold, namely, Practising Mastery and Mastering Practice.
The Newcastle NLP Master Practitioner training is all about Modelling and Practising the Mastery of your NLP Practitioner skills and techniques. NLP by its co-creators Grinder and Bandler has been said to be about the technology of how NLP techniques came about:
That is finding and discovering how the best in their field do what they do and learning to copy or replicate their skills in some systematic way. This is one description of the process of NLP Modelling which is the core activity of NLP.
Here is a video of Tim Ferris ( who has nothing to do with NLP ) giving a captivating descriptions about aquiring skills that make a difference, a real difference!
Applied NLP modelling – that is ‘Natural Modelling’ and ‘Cognitive Modelling’ combined are the focus and application of your modelling project. This is how to assimilate skills that You Can Use to transform your life and way of living. You wont become the people who you model or necessarily have their success, yet you can assimilate their skills so You Can Become More Of Who You Want To Be.
Recent modelling projects have included :
Captivating An Audience – As A Very Successful Radio DJ
Learning Like A Child – Dancing
Hands On Facial Release – Bowen Technique
The Gestures and Expressions of Barack Obama
What would you like to Learn and Master in a very short period of time that will honestly enhance your life?
The next Communicating Excellence NLP Master Practitioner – for NLP Practitioners begins in September 2010.
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Posted onMay 20, 2010|Comments Off on NLP Neurological Levels and Coaching – Part 1
This is part one of a set of videos from an NLP Practitioner training in Newcastle. The topic is NLP Neurological Levels as an exploration tool. The purpose is to open new possibilities with different and additional perspectives. And being very clear, in this context, this is not a change process yet the foundations for change are clearly made.
One of the participants was in a car crash and here Dilts’ neurological levels model is used as both an exploration and partitioning tool to explore the car crash.
Apologies for the sound quality, concentrate on the process.
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Posted onMay 4, 2010|Comments Off on Coaching and NLP using Neurological Levels
One of the tools I use with performance Coaching in Newcastle upon Tyne is Dilts’ Neurological Levels Model. The NLP Neurological Levels is an excellent way to compartmentalise and partition an experience or equally an outcome or a problem. Such that any ‘situation’ can be explored in terms of Environment, Behaviour, Capabilities, Values, Beliefs and Identity.
The purpose of partitioning, one of Erickson’s hypnosis strategies, is to explore an outcome or equally a problem with the intention of discovering points of maximum intervention, this is what I call a Change Points. A Change Point is any place of intervention where there is greater potential for positive change to occur.
This first video introduces NLP Neurological Levels to a group of NLP Practitioners in Newcastle upon Tyne. The following videos will illustrate how to use Neurological Levels to explore both outcomes and problems.
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Learning really effectively is all about how we feel when we learn. It is about novel and new information, repetition and creating connections while honestly having a great deal of fun doing the learning. Learning is fed by the desire to learn as well as greater pay off’s in the future.
This short clip from Newcastle Master Hypnotherapist Nigel Hetherington on the Communicating Excellence North East NLP Master practitioner training explores and physicalises certain neurological principles from models of learning. These principles apply to all forms of Clinical Hypnosis and Coaching.