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What will you learn in the NLP practitioner?
In a NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) Practitioner course, you will learn various techniques and skills that can help you improve communication, personal development, and behavior change. The main items covered in an NLP Practitioner course include:
1. Introduction to NLP
You will learn about the history, basic principles, the presuppositions, and foundational concepts of NLP. This includes understanding how the mind works, the importance of perception, and the impact of language and communication on our experiences.
An introduction to Neuro Linguistic Programming.
2. Building Rapport: Rapport refers to the ability to establish a harmonious connection with others. You will learn techniques to establish rapport quickly and effectively, such as matching and mirroring body language, tonality, and key words. These skills can enhance communication and facilitate better relationships.
Above making rapport with matching the posture.
3. Sensory Acuity
Sensory acuity focuses on developing your ability to observe and interpret non-verbal cues, including facial expressions, body language, and tone of voice. By honing your sensory acuity, you can gain a deeper understanding of others and adjust your communication accordingly.
Developing your senses.
4. Language Patterns:
You will explore the power of language in influencing thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors. This includes learning linguistic patterns like presuppositions, meta-model questioning, reframing, and metaphors. These tools can help you communicate more effectively, reframe negative experiences, and facilitate change.
Anchoring involves creating associations between a stimulus, like a specific gestures, words, or symbols and a reaction, like a particular emotional state. You will learn how to utilize anchoring techniques to manage your state of mind, neutralize negative emotions, or access resourceful states in various situations.
Submodalities refer to the sensory qualities associated with specific experiences, such as visual or auditory details. In this section, you will explore how to modify submodalities (like turn an inner picture from color into black and white, or from a panoramic to a framed picture) to change your subjective experience, change the impact of disturbing memories, overcome limitations, and enhance positive emotions or motivations.
Finding the driving Submodality, the one that will change the whole experience.
Strategies are the internal sequences of thoughts and behaviors that lead to specific outcomes, like making decisions. You will learn how to identify and utilize strategies to help achieve desired results in an efficient and effective manner, and how to design strategies for others to assist in their personal or professional development.
Shall I buy or not? What strategy will use?
8. Parts Integration
Parts integration focuses on resolving internal conflicts by bringing conflicting parts of the mind into alignment. You will learn techniques to help individuals develop inner harmony and overcome resistance to achieve personal goals.
Making parts fit together.
9. Time-Based Techniques:
Various NLP techniques can help address past traumas, fears, or phobias. These techniques, like Timeline Therapy or the Fast Phobia Cure, allow individuals to release negative emotions associated with past events and create a brighter future.
10. The logical levels.
Robert Dilts developed the Logical Levels model to understand how our thinking and behavior are influenced by different aspects of our experience. The model consists of six levels: Environment, Behavior, Capability, Beliefs and Values, Identity, and Purpose. A problem on one level can only be solved from a higher level.
The Logical Levels