An NLP Practitioner is an individual who has comprehensively understood how to employ the techniques and principles of NLP to augment their personal effectiveness and advance the same skills in others.
NLP is essentially, understanding how to be more effective at whatever you do. An NLP Program assists an individual in being more effective towards learning how to buildup your focus, deal with phobias and anxieties, enhance relationships, both personal and professional. Once you have achieved the expertise to be Practitioner, the next step in progression is a Master Practitioner NLP.
NLP Practitioner creates change
NLP Practitioner is in effect an extremely transformational technology. It has proved to yield rapid and deep change in people’s beliefs, behavior, and identities. An accomplished NLP Practitioner will do this by mildly yet candidly challenging his/her “structure of reality” and assisting them in discovering constructive and useful substitutes. The personal change that’s triggered is facilitated by advanced, full-body neurological re-patterning methods as well as caring.
A renowned NLP Trainer once revealed: “NLP by itself has no heart. It’s the NLP Practitioner that brings the heart and compassion to the session with a client.” This approach of permitting, compassion and heart, the principles and techniques of Neuro Linguistic Programming help become effective tools and agents for change that can transform chronic problems into new answers that are on most occasions even better than the old habits/choices.
NLP Practitioner Certification
Below are the criteria for a NLP Practitioner certification:
A. Length of Training: A Minimum of 120 hours of advanced training imparted by a certified trainer and a minimum of 15 hours of direct trainer supervision.
B. Demonstrating the ability to recognize the following techniques patterns, basic skills, and conceptions of NLP and to execute these competently with others and with self.
1.Behavioral integration of the basic presuppositions of NLP, including:
a. Outcome orientation with respect to other models of the world and the ecology of the system.
b. Distinguishing between map and territory.
c. There is only feedback (cybernetic) and not failure.
d. The meaning of your communication is the response you get.
e. Adaptive intent of all behavior.
f. Everyone has the necessary resources to succeed.
g. Resistance is a signal of insufficient pacing.
h.Law of requisite variety.
2. Rapport, establishment and maintenance of.
3. Pacing and Leading (verbal and non verbal).
4. Calibration (sensory based experience).
5. Representational systems (predicates, and accessing cues).
8. Elicitation of well-formed, ecological outcomes and structures of present state.
9. Overlap and Translation.
10. Metaphor creation.
11. Frames; contrast, relevancy, As If, Backtrack.
12. Anchoring (VAK).
13. Anchoring Techniques (contextualized to the field of application).
14. Ability to shift consciousness to external or internal, as required by the moment’s task.
15. Dissociation and Association.
18. Verbal and non-verbal elicitation of responses.
19. Accessing and building of resources.
21. Strategies; detection, elicitation, utilization, & installation.
22. Demonstration of behavioral flexibility.
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