NLP PRACTITIONER (ITA)

What you will learn in NLP Core Skills Practitioner (ITA) ?

Rapport Skills and Pattern Detection

Sensory Acuity
Explicit mirroring to develop rapport
Micro muscle mirroring for non-verbal influence and deeper levels of rapport
Cross over mirroring for influence and leading
Calibration of verbal and non-verbal behaviour
Pacing, Leading and Interaction

Epistemology

First Access
F2 transforms
Linguistic Representation

Representational Systems

Representation systems characteristics
The verbal and non-verbal components of visual, auditory and kinaesthetic (VAK) representational systems
Overlapping systems
Accessing non-verbal cues, including eye accessing cues or patterns
Tonal and body language shifts (small shifts and large shifts)

Outcomes and Framing

Well-formed Outcomes
Intention, attention and focus with outcomes
Setting the frame to direct attention in group/individual contexts

NLP Language Models

Meta Model: A recursive verbal model, syntactic questioning to ensure precise communication
The Milton Model: hypnotic language usage, communication on multiple level of unconsciousness
Verbal Package: specifying what you desire
Paraphrasing
Explicit verbal package and old style meta model for precision questioning
Intention frame, outcome frame, as if frame to establish a learning direction
Explicate hidden intentions through paraphrase, mis-paraphrase and misdirection

Classic Code NLP Change Formats

The building blocks of human experience and how we code different behaviours. Game of Coding and Decoding.
Utilising sub modalities for increased clarity and focus. The inner encoding mechanism of your brain and how to take control of it. The Driver Submodality.
Discover how to change the compulsive disorders/habits with the Swish Pattern
Mapping sub modalities for behavioural choice and change personal history
Anchoring for state control and changing clients’ conditioned responses to stimuli. Various Anchoring techniques (contextualized to the field of application) viz. Stacking of Anchors and Chaining of Anchors.
Anchoring for state control and changing clients’ conditioned responses to stimuli. Various Anchoring techniques (contextualized to the field of application) viz. Stacking of Anchors and Chaining of Anchors.
Classic anchoring formats for collapsing unresourceful states and stabilising new resourceful states. Collapsing the anchors in same system and different system.
Circle of Excellence to install new or additional resources relative to a situation or context and to gain control over our emotional states. Improve the “performance” whether in sports or personal relationships.
Fast Phobia Cure: Overcoming the phobias and fears, Fast Phobia Cure is effective pattern for phobias such as phobia of of flying, social anxiety, dogs, reptiles, spiders, etc.
Part Integration: Identifying the conflict and the parts involved. Use values elicitation and other language patterns to sort out the values, beliefs and the parts represent them. Integration of Parts.

Perceptual Positions

Recognising and utilising perception of self, other and observer
Introduction of disassociation from negative emotions
How to step back and evaluate performance and discover new choices
Creating empathy & learnings
Utilizing perceptual positions in Coaching

Personal Congruency and the Unconscious Mind

Developing rapport with the conscious and unconscious mind
Detecting, eliciting and utilising involuntary signals in self and others
N Step Reframing

Introduction to New Code NLP Format (Co-developers: John Grinder, Carmen Bostic and Michael Carroll)

Introduction to New Code NLP philosophy and change models
Alphabet Game (NASA Game) for peak performance
UDLR
Breath of Life

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