To know the following distinctions:
- The presuppositions of NLP
- The present and desired state model
- The well formed criteria for outcomes
- Representational systems
- Accessing cues
- Neurological Levels
- Perceptual Positions
- Association and Dissociation
- Break state
- Meta Model
- Milton Model
- Conscious and Unconscious
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Participants must also complete a written test as an integration of the knowledge.
The ability to successfully carry out the following patterns:
- Challenge Meta model patterns when appropriate.
- Use Milton Model to elicit trance.
- To use metaphor.
- To backtrack.
- Flexibility of thinking to chunk up or down depending on the situation.
- To carry out a six step reframe.
- To use both content and context reframing patterns.
- To elicit submodalities.
- To build and maintain rapport.
- To recognise and use accessing cues.
- To work with anchors:
- Recognising and setting anchors in all representational systems.
- Setting resource anchors
- To calibrate accurately emotional states.
- To future pace interventions you carry out.
- Pacing and leading (verbal and non verbal)
- Using sensory acuity to accurately calibrate self and others.
- To use the New Behaviour Generator
- To use the Visal/Kinesthetic Dissociation pattern on a fear or phobia
- To elicit trance.
- To carry out the Swish pattern.
The most important Practitioner skills are:
- To be able to build and maintain rapport
- To use an outcome orientation to govern your own actions and any external issues.
- To be able to manage your own emotional state.
- Using the NLP Presuppositions to guide your actions.
Action means to demonstrate NLP in your behaviour and to be a model of NLP presuppositions.
To show NLP in action, participants need to:
- Demonstrate the NLP presuppositions in your actions
- Respect other people’s model of the world.
- Demonstrate behavioural flexibility based on sensory acuity of your own state and other’s state.