International Community of NLP 06 December 2023

NLP Master Practitioner

The candidate needs to be a practitioner of ICNLP accredited status their previous training has met the minimum time requirements.


All practitioner level knowledge

  • Metaprograms
    - Proactive reactive
    - Towards away from
    - Internal external
    - Options procedures
    - Match mismatch
    - Specific general
    - Convincer channel
       and convincer mode
  • Values
    - Criterial equivalents
    - Working with values ecologically
  • Sleight of mouth patterns
  • Advanced language patterns based on presuppositions
  • TOTE
  • Strategies
  • Negotiation and mediation
  • Parts integration
  • Modelling
  • Reimprinting
  • Beliefs
  • New Code
  • Personal editing
  • Unconscious signals

Participants must also complete a written test as an integration of the knowledge.


  • To recognise Metaprograms through language and behaviour and utilise appropriately.
  • All practitioner level skills with elegance, either singly or in combination.
  • To elicit values and recognise criterial equivalents.
  • To make appropriate Meta model challenges.
  • To work with strategies:
    • Design
    • Utilisation
    • Installation
    • Elicitation
  • To use sleight of mouth patterns
  • To use presuppositional language patterns
  • To work with submodalities
    • - elicit conversationally
    • - use the contrastive analysis to make changes in the structure of experience.
    • - recognise and utilise submodality accessing cues
  • To use multilevel communication at verbal and non-verbal levels to both conscious and unconscious.
  • To elicit unconscious signals.
  • To identify and change limiting beliefs
  • To carry out the Reimprinting pattern
  • To carry out an individual modelling project and behaviourally demonstrate the skill modelled.
  • To design individual interventions.
  • To carry out New Code interventions and to design a personal edit

    The most important master practitioner skills to demonstrate are:

    • Designing individual interventions
    • Conversational and elegance in NLP language patterns.
    • To carry out ecological interventions.
    • To make a clear distinction between form and content in their NLP work.
    • To maintain their own resourceful state through anchoring, perceptual positions and physiological interventions.
    • The ability to multi-track.

Each participant will also present an individual modelling project that will be assessed by the trainer.


Participants need to

    • Demonstrate the NLP presuppositions in their behaviour
    • Act with congruence
    • Stay curious and open to learning
    • Maintain a resourceful state




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