NLP Practitioner course with international trainer Peter Freeth in Pune

NLP Practitioner course with international trainer Peter Freeth in Pune


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Date: March 20 2016 to March 26 2016 (7 days)Location: Baner Pune. (Non-Residential)Course Fees: Rs. 28500 OnlyCourse fees include, refreshments (Lunch is not included)Training hours are approx. 9.30am to 5.30pm daily.Trainer: Peter Freeth (Know more about the trainer here.)


Partial course contents1.Representational SystemsØ  Detect representational systems and sequences of representation systems through the accessing cues of the primary sensory modalities (VAKGO).Ø  Make sub-modality distinctions in all primary representational systems.Ø  Resequence habitual representational system sequences.Ø  Demonstrate the ability to access information in each of the primary sensory systems.Ø  Demonstrate the ability to communicate in all primary sensory modalities.Ø  Overlap and translate representational systems.Ø  Detect and make distinctions between simultaneous and sequential incongruities.

2.Rapport-building Establish rapport (pace and lead) in all representational systems, non- verbally and verbally, through mirroring, direct matching and indirect matching, using the following:Ø  Whole and part body postures, gestures and facial expressions, eye accessing movements.Ø  Intonation pattern (e.g., tone, tempo, volume)Ø  Breathing patternØ  PredicatesØ  Sub-modality accessing cuesØ  The language patterns of the Meta Model and the Milton Model

3.AnchoringØ  Elicit and install anchors in primary representational systems (in particular; visual, auditory and kinesthetic).Ø  Utilize basic anchoring principles and formats/techniques; directionalize and contextualize “resources” via basic anchoring formats. including, stacking anchors, amplifying anchors, collapsing (synchronizing) anchors, chaining anchors (i.e., sequencing responses), change personal history, the Phobia Cure), and future-pacing.

4.Language Patterns: Detect and utilize the linguistic distinctions of the Meta Model and the Milton Model as information-gathering and information-organizing tools.

5.Outcome Framing: Elicit well-formed and ecological outcomes/goals, including the set of distinctions called the well-formedness-conditions; utilize Backtrack, “As-If,” Relevancy and Ecology Frames.

6.Reframing: Utilize basic reframing techniques, including, Content and Context Reframing; Reversing the Behavioral Presupposition; 6-Step Reframing Procedures; Negotiation models (including the Visual Squash).

7.Sub-Modalities: Utilize basic sub-modality technology, including the principles of “critical sub-modalities and contrastive analysis, belief changes, Swish Pattern, and the collection of techniques referred to as “timeline.”

8.Strategies: Demonstrate basic strategy elicitation and utilization skills. 9. Trance: demonstrate basic trance induction and utilization procedures, the language patterns of the Meta Model and the Milton Model (e.g., analog marking, embedded suggestions, etc.)

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