Class Schedule 2023
Therapeutic Neuro-Linguistic Programming
(Early registration discount – April 19, 2023)
(Zoom Training: 9:00AM – 1:00PM)
|April 29-30||Sat. and Sun. 9:00AM to 1:00PM|
|May 6-7||Sat. and Sun. 9:00AM to 1:00PM|
|May 20-21||Sat. and Sun. 9:00AM to 1:00PM|
To purchase the Full Certification and save $575, please visit our registration page.
Course Length: 60 hours
Course Manual: Therapeutic Neuro-Linguistic Programming (purchase manual here)
Required Reading: Announced in class.
Continuing Education Credits Available: Our courses meet the qualifications of 22 hours of CEU Contact Hours for MFTs, LCSWs, and RNs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (PCE #5084)
Course Description: This course will provide students with a solid foundation of NLP structure. It will also incorporate powerful communication techniques and rapport skills designed to effectively influence permanent change for anyone seeking assistance. These advanced methods of NLP and language patterns are useful in helping others overcome limiting beliefs, fears, or negative habits in nearly any setting. The content will benefit those desiring to optimize communication skills and add to their tool box of therapeutic modalities. This course is also beneficial to anyone desiring mastery in their personal journey.
Course Goal and Objectives: NLP, the language of the mind, are cutting-edge techniques on communication that help facilitate greatness with individual clients, groups, and in one’s own personal life. One of the primary differences in NLP when compared to modern psychology is the fact that each person has their own idea of the world and how to best interact within it. By using the techniques taught in our NLP training, the therapist will be able to enter into their client’s model of reality and help them shift it in a way that makes it easier for them to relate to their own experience. This is by far the most respectful way to address the potential of excellence of each person in relation to their reality of what is beneficial to them.
The study of NLP allows us to:
- Clearly communicate with others
- Motivate and be motivated
- Assist others in reaching their potential
- Build non-verbal rapport
- Resolve conflicts
- Create a positive attitude in others as well as ourselves
- Become flexible
- Understand the intricacies of other people’s worlds
- Be non-judgmental and accepting
- Increase choices
Course Outline (and more):
- Intro to NLP, Presuppositions, Rapport, Mirroring, Pacing
- Calibration, Representational Systems, Eye Accessing Cues
- Sub-Modalities and Strategies, TOTE Model
- Anchoring: Collapsing, Stacking, Chaining
- Association/Dissociation, New Behavior Generator, Reframing
- Allergies Relief, Pain Control Techniques
- Language Patterns
- Well Formed Outcomes, Chunking, Core Transformation
- Swish Pattern, Phobia Cure
- Logical Levels of Belief, Practicum
- Time Line Therapies and Other NLP Exercises
In addition to the 50 hours of classroom instruction, 10 hours of the course will be devoted to home study to complete the reading assignments and practice sessions.
“NLP may be the most powerful vehicle for change in existence.” ~ Modern Psychology
“I did a 5-hour presentation to 64 teachers on NLP for managing difficult behavior in the classroom. It went really well. I got the whole room laughing throughout the training.
I’m really enhancing my presentation skills and ability to connect with large groups. NLP has really helped me to do that. It was energizing. I also taught them how to anchor, and how to use it in the classroom to promote positive behavior among children. A volunteer wanting to work on cultivating more inspiration looked like a different person after I had her anchor that in. Her eyes lit up and she kept thanking me and explaining how inspired she felt. It was such a good experience!
I am so glad I got taught by the best. Thanks Marla!”
~ Randi, MFT