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May 11

Are you a Hypnotherapist wanting to take an Advanced Course this year or maybe you want to be certified as a Hypnosis Trainer?

If you answered yes to either of those questions read on… This Summer we are hosting Julie Silverthorn, USA Master Trainer of Hypnosisand co-author of the best selling book, Training Trances(rated in the top ten books on Hypnosis in the world). Julie will be co-training with Melody Cheal, NLP Master Trainer and Hypnosis Traineron two …

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Mar 03

Calibrating vulnerability in clients or students

As an NLP Trainer, our ability to recognise vulnerability in our students is a key skill set. So exactly how do you do it while running courses such as NLP Practitioner? This is just as important for the NLP Practitioner, Hypnotherapist and Therapist when working with clients. One place to start is with a conscious …

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Feb 23

How does Hypnosis benefit conditions such as IBS?

Although most clinical trials involving Hypnosis are small there is mounting evidence that Hypnosis can be beneficial for issues such as pain management, anxiety, depression, sleep disorders, asthma, obesity and psoriasis. A particularly useful study was carried out by Peter Whorwell of the University of Manchester. He wanted to find out if suffers of irritable bowel …

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Feb 08

How does a Master Trainer start the New Year? Reflections from Julie Silverthorn, International NLP Master Trainer

Have you set your goals for the New Year? You always have time to do so….  Deepak Chopra says, “At the level of the Higher Self  included in the Unconscious Mind in the NLP model) wishes  are born with a fulfillment in mind; problems are linked to solutions and intentions are already connected to results.”  What does …

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Dec 01

Why NLP Trainers need to know about growth mind sets?

I’ve been revisiting some articles written about growth versus fixed mind sets and considering the relevance to NLP. AS an NLP Trainer understanding these concepts can be really helpful in recognising where student’s and/or clients are in their individual processes. What are the definitions of each type of mind set? First, the fixed mind set …

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Nov 07

NLP Trainer Skills: Using peripheral vision

On our NLP Trainer’s Training one of the first things we “re-load” is the use of peripheral vision. This technique is introduced initially at Practitioner level and yet many Practitioners miss the value of this skill set. Working one-to-one with a client, sensory acuity paired with peripheral vision allows the NLP Practitioner to gather data …

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Sep 09

Can the mind be blind?

I wonder how many times you have heard clients or new students to NLP insist that they cannot visualise? Speaking to you as a trainer, I can imagine that you will often have calibrated the “non-visualiser” checking out their unconscious images.   In most cases the individual can learn to become aware of their internal …

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Sep 02

Class of 2016: NLP Trainer’s Training, what’s next?

As Summer draws to a close and I listen to the sound of the lawn mower cutting the grass it is time to reflect on the Class of 2016. We had an amazing group of students join us for our NLP Trainer’s Training summer intensive. A strong sense of team work developed as presentations were prepared …

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Jun 10

Free ebook: Powered by NLP (NLP Leadership Summit report)

  This free ebook was produced and edited by Joe Cheal on behalf of the NLP Leadership Summit that met in Alicante in January. Our intention in producing this book was to share the discussions and ideas prompted by our meeting. Download your copy by clicking on the link below: Powered by NLP ebook   …

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Apr 07

Why do people do NLP Trainer’s Training?

Let’s start with why I did the NLP Trainer’s Training course…   I had already been a corporate trainer for over ten years, so my reason was not: “How to be a trainer”! I did, however, want to be a better trainer and thought it would be good to get some quality feedback on what …

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