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    Day 1

    Class Introductions

    What is NLP

    Experiencing NLP

    Introduction association/disassociation from negative emotions

    Introduction to re­-coding the mind and changing thoughts

    Technique for increasing learning, memory, information retention

    NLP Model of communication: sensory experience, coding, emotions, representations, behavior

    Levels of learning – understanding how the brain learns Components of experience – emotion, body, mind

    History and origins of NLP

    Introduction to the Milton Model

     
    Day 2

    Presuppositions of NLP and coaching – basic rules, beliefs and understanding

    Sensory acuity – discovery and enhancement of visual, auditory, kinesthetic preferences

    Rapport – developing powerful connections with others

    Rapport – persuade others to trust you

    Mirroring and matching – non-­-verbal communication to build rapport

    Pacing and leading – leading people in other (better) directions

    Milton Erickson techniques

     
    Day 3

    Representational systems and predicates – using language for rapport

    Representational systems and predicates – language to persuade, inspire, increase understanding

    Chunking – using high level and low level communication

    Introduction to language patterns / metaphor

    Creating stories through metaphor / language patterns

    Introduction to state elicitation Perceptual positions – looking at situations from different perspectives

    Perceptual positions – self, other, observer positions Utilizing perceptual positions in coaching

    Day 1

    Class Introductions

    What is NLP

    Experiencing NLP

    Introduction association/disassociation from negative emotions

    Introduction to re­-coding the mind and changing thoughts

    Technique for increasing learning, memory, information retention

    NLP Model of communication: sensory experience, coding, emotions, representations, behavior

    Levels of learning – understanding how the brain learns Components of experience – emotion, body, mind

    History and origins of NLP

    Introduction to the Milton Model

     
    Day 2

    Presuppositions of NLP and coaching – basic rules, beliefs and understanding

    Sensory acuity – discovery and enhancement of visual, auditory, kinesthetic preferences

    Rapport – developing powerful connections with others

    Rapport – persuade others to trust you

    Mirroring and matching – non-­-verbal communication to build rapport

    Pacing and leading – leading people in other (better) directions

    Milton Erickson techniques

     
    Day 3

    Representational systems and predicates – using language for rapport

    Representational systems and predicates – language to persuade, inspire, increase understanding

    Chunking – using high level and low level communication

    Introduction to language patterns / metaphor

    Creating stories through metaphor / language patterns

    Introduction to state elicitation Perceptual positions – looking at situations from different perspectives

    Perceptual positions – self, other, observer positions Utilizing perceptual positions in coaching

     
    Day 4

    State elicitation -­ creating and managing emotional states of others

    Anchoring -­ learning to press other peoples and your own buttons

    Understanding stimulus and response

    Circle of Excellence – coaching technique to generate a feeling of excellence and being highly capable

    Circles of Positive Emotion – coaching technique to generate any positive emotion

    Integrating anchors – turning a negative emotion about a specific situation into a positive emotion Changing personal history – changing emotions of a past troublesome experience

     
    Day 5

    TOTE – Eye Accessing to uncover faulty thinking strategies

    Strategies for learning, spelling, deciding, buying, selling, losing weight

    Strategies general

    Milton Erickson techniques / inducing relaxation to perform NLP

    Ericksonion techniques

    Submodalities – Subjective experience and coding of the brain

    Submodalities – How mind affects emotion

    Submodalities – Learning how to run your own mind and emotions

    Submodalities – Coaching others to run their own mind and emotions

     
    Day 6

    Mapping across – Changing coding of the brain to turn negative emotions in to positive

    Mapping across – Unresourceful states to resourceful states

    Fear vs phobia – Understanding fears and phobias

    Resolving fears – Overriding fear with neutral or positive emotion

    Fast phobia cure – Neutralizing emotions to resolve phobias

    Trauma relief procedure – Neutralizing emotions to relief trauma

    SWISH – Changing habits and automated responses

    SWISH – Resolving habits like: nail biting, smoking, addiction, etc.

    SWISH for motivation Parts work introduction & pattern and change work

    Working with beliefs

    Certification & wrap-­-up

    Day 1

    Class Introductions

    What is NLP

    Experiencing NLP

    Introduction association/disassociation from negative emotions

    Introduction to re­-coding the mind and changing thoughts

    Technique for increasing learning, memory, information retention

    NLP Model of communication: sensory experience, coding, emotions, representations, behavior

    Levels of learning – understanding how the brain learns Components of experience – emotion, body, mind

    History and origins of NLP

    Introduction to the Milton Model

     
    Day 2

    Presuppositions of NLP and coaching – basic rules, beliefs and understanding

    Sensory acuity – discovery and enhancement of visual, auditory, kinesthetic preferences

    Rapport – developing powerful connections with others

    Rapport – persuade others to trust you

    Mirroring and matching – non-­-verbal communication to build rapport

    Pacing and leading – leading people in other (better) directions

    Milton Erickson techniques

     
    Day 3

    Representational systems and predicates – using language for rapport

    Representational systems and predicates – language to persuade, inspire, increase understanding

    Chunking – using high level and low level communication

    Introduction to language patterns / metaphor

    Creating stories through metaphor / language patterns

    Introduction to state elicitation Perceptual positions – looking at situations from different perspectives

    Perceptual positions – self, other, observer positions Utilizing perceptual positions in coaching

     
    Day 4

    State elicitation -­ creating and managing emotional states of others

    Anchoring -­ learning to press other peoples and your own buttons

    Understanding stimulus and response

    Circle of Excellence – coaching technique to generate a feeling of excellence and being highly capable

    Circles of Positive Emotion – coaching technique to generate any positive emotion

    Integrating anchors – turning a negative emotion about a specific situation into a positive emotion Changing personal history – changing emotions of a past troublesome experience

     
    Day 5

    TOTE – Eye Accessing to uncover faulty thinking strategies

    Strategies for learning, spelling, deciding, buying, selling, losing weight

    Strategies general

    Milton Erickson techniques / inducing relaxation to perform NLP

    Ericksonion techniques

    Submodalities – Subjective experience and coding of the brain

    Submodalities – How mind affects emotion

    Submodalities – Learning how to run your own mind and emotions

    Submodalities – Coaching others to run their own mind and emotions

     
    Day 6

    Mapping across – Changing coding of the brain to turn negative emotions in to positive

    Mapping across – Unresourceful states to resourceful states

    Fear vs phobia – Understanding fears and phobias

    Resolving fears – Overriding fear with neutral or positive emotion

    Fast phobia cure – Neutralizing emotions to resolve phobias

    Trauma relief procedure – Neutralizing emotions to relief trauma

    SWISH – Changing habits and automated responses

    SWISH – Resolving habits like: nail biting, smoking, addiction, etc.

    SWISH for motivation Parts work introduction & pattern and change work

    Working with beliefs

    Certification & wrap-­-up

     

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