The Neuroscience of Change

Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Coach Certification

Course Duration: 6 Days

Online Course Duration: 15 Days | 2 Hours per day

NLP is the use of psychology with sound strategies and techniques a person can use to create results they desire. Neuro (neurology) and Linguistic (language) program (patterns, themes) is about the language of the brain and knowing NLP gives an individual the power to reprogram thinking using the many techniques of NLP. NLP is all about upgrading the software of your brain to achieve excellence in any walk of life, be it professional or personal & brings effective changes to transform lives.

What you will learn

• What is NLP
• NLP as a Model
• What is Coaching, and difference from other models
• Coaching framework, and how to coach
• Coaching Methodology
• NLP Framing Model
• NLP Presuppositions
• The Communication model
• Components of the NLP Communication Model
• Meta Programs
• Sensory Acuity and Calibration
• Representation System (Modalities)
• Sub-Modalities
• Identifying your primary representational system
• Eye Accessing Cues
• Rapport
• State: Introduction to states.
• Anchoring Process
• STATE Elicitation Summary
• Stacking Anchors
• Well-Fonned / Well-Defined Outcomes
• Pain and Pleasure exercise

• Wellness Vision Planning (Wheel of Life)
• T-F-A-R Coaching Model
• Time Line Coaching
• New Behaviour Generator
• Circle of Excellence — Resourceful States
• Walt Disney Strategy
• Reframing
• Coaching using Values (Getting clarity by vvorldng with Values)
• Perceptual Positions (Relationship Coaching / Leadership Coaching)
• Visual Swish
• Parts Integration or Visual Squash for (The power behind achieving goals/outcomes)
• Coaching using stories
• Meta Model — Free flow Conversational Coaching Tool
• Creating Empowering Beliefs
• Changing Limiting Beliefs
• Core Coaching Tool (Free flovv conversational coaching)
• Collapsing Anchors
• Coaching using logical levels of change
• NLP Fast Phobia Cure
• Getting Rid of Anxiety
• Releasing Negative Emotions and Limiting Decisions