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Therapeutic NLP

How does what you do differ from what a coach does?

Coaching is a process whereby a person helps you to achieve a goal over time. The way they help you is through breaking your goal (with your input or without) into manageable chunks and then they support you through each step.

NLP uses a process of imagination, hypnotic languaging, and other language patterns to add a new perspective or take your brain to a threshold. Based on what you are currently experiencing in your life it will affect a change so you can get what you want out of life. NLP tends to stay within the confines of the present and future.

TNLP uses expanded NLP processes to go beyond the present and work through past pain including looking at familial and ancestral inheritances. During the process we implant new perspectives on old memories to provide new alternatives for belief, identity, and system level perminant change resulting in permanent behavior change. There is no need to hand hold as in coaching because the TNLP client will feel noticeably different on the inside and be recognized as different on the outside (even if they are just leaving the session!).

Therapeutic NLP

How are your classes different?

Other NLP practitioners trainings mix NLP with coaching, reiki, massage, tapping etc. This is not that. We expand the use of NLP technology and application of the original technology through the technology itself. We are very different than psychotherapy and even counseling.

Additionally, other NLP training organizations believe in quick delivery without practice. They don’t teach how to develop a practice or even how to work with clients. We ensure a practicum.

Therapeutic NLP

Why are you calling what you do and teach TNLP?

TNLP stands for Therapeutic Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Our goal is to provide an academically accredited program that provides a certificate of competence and subsequent registration for this unique practice of NLP.

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Who is this training designed for?

1.) Individuals who want professional development that improves their job ability in leadership, communication and workability with their coworkers and/or boss.

2.) Individuals who work with others to better others lives (they might be a therapist, hypnotherapist, body worker, holistic or alternative healer). They want to develop quick, deep rapport with their clients to calm and relax them and facilitate their change. They also want the ability to leave their client's stuff with their client and not take their stuff personally. They want to augment and enhance their change repertoire and may even want to start their own therapeutic NLP practice.

3.) Individuals who may have already learned NLP but are not satisfied with their ability to apply the formulas efficiently effectively and how they've been able to integrate NLP into their own life. They may have even added other skills like coaching or some type of touch therapy to their NLP training to augment their NLP to make it more effective.

4.) Individuals who want their own personal and professional change, growth and development for a better, more fulfilling experience of life. They know it is created by their own internal change.

Everyone that attends will get number 4.

Therapeutic NLP

Why learn with us?

We are the only NLP center offering this unique type of NLP work in Canada and maybe the world. In addition, Tracy Joy has expanded the NLP curriculum she learned substantially into neurology, psychotherapy, mind-body medicine and humanistic psychology. We cover multiple therapy trainings in our TNLP training so that our practitioners are adequately prepared to deal with the uniqueness and flexibility needed to deal with individuals dealing with traumatic stress and anxiety. In the next 2 years the TNLP School For Personal and Professional Change will be going after accreditation for its students for learning this Therapeutic NLP approach to Addiction, PTSD, and trauma therapy in counseling - i.e.: so if you want to take your NLP learning much, much further, the option exists - but only if you start your learning here.

Therapeutic NLP

Why are you calling what you do and teach TNLP?

TNLP stands for Therapeutic Neuro-Linguistic Programming. This will be the only accredited organization that provides a certificate for this unique practice of NLP. Currently if you have a certified Master Practitioner there is huge variability in what people know and their competence in creating people change. Someone once told me they were a NLP practitioner after a 3 hour seminar! Because of this variability, Therapeutic NLP is an expansion of NLP into deep issues and will be stringently taught and competency tested. This is the only school of NLP that is doing it and we're seeking academic accreditation for this program.

Therapeutic NLP

How are your classes different?

Other NLP practitioners trainings mix NLP with coaching, reiki, massage, tapping etc. This is not that type of training. We expand the use of NLP technology and application of the original technology through the technology itself. We are very different than psychotherapy and even counseling.

Additionally, other NLP training organizations believe in quick delivery without practice. They don’t teach how to develop a practice or even how to work with clients. We ensure that our students are provided with a compentency-based practicum so that when they choose to stop learning from us they can use what they learned in their outside world to better their own and others' experiences.

Therapeutic NLP

Who is this training designed for?

1.) Individuals who want professional development that improves their job ability in leadership, communication and workability with their coworkers and/or boss.

2.) Individuals who work with others to better others lives (they might be a therapist, hypnotherapist, body worker, holistic or alternative healer). They want to develop quick, deep rapport with their clients to calm and relax them and facilitate their change. They also want the ability to leave their client's stuff with their client and not take their stuff personally. They want to augment and enhance their change repertoire and may even want to start their own therapeutic NLP practice.

3.) Individuals who may have already learned NLP but are not satisfied with their ability to apply the formulas efficiently effectively and how they've been able to integrate NLP into their own life. They may have even added other skills like coaching or some type of touch therapy to their NLP training to augment their NLP to make it more effective.

4.) Individuals who want their own personal and professional change, growth and development for a better, more fulfilling experience of life. They know it is created by their own internal change.

Everyone that attends will get number 4.

Neuro-Linguistic Programming

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