NLP Training in Chelmsford, Essex
If you are interested in changing your own habits, behaviours or emotions, or you are interested in personal development and want to help others, then come along and discover what NLP is all about and how it can help you.
We deliver a one day Introduction to NLP course, perfect to 'dip your toe' into the NLP waters! You can then learn more by studying the NLP Diploma and go on to the NLP Practitioner which then qualifies you to work with clients. The NLP Master Practitioner takes your learning to an even deeper level.
If you want to be an inspirational leader and to be able to work with others to create an incredible culture of success then take a look at our NLP Business Practitioner qualification.
To get started, please book your place on the Introduction to NLP course or if you already know that you want to study the Diploma or Practitioner course, then please get in touch using the contact form below and so we can contact you to book you in.
What is NLP?
NLP was created in the early 70’s by Richard Bandler and John Grinder. It has been defined as ‘the study of the structure of subjective experience,’ (Dilts, 1980) and has been referred to as the 'Haynes Manual of our Minds'!
NLP provides a set of powerful philosophies, tools, attitudes and techniques which were created by modelling people who were exceptional in their field, so that we can become excellent in ours!
The level and depth of change you want is up to you. Just gaining a greater understanding of NLP and how our minds work will lead to a new outlook, approach and to greater happiness. You can also use your new tools to change unwanted emotions, beliefs, behaviours right the way through to discovering who you really are and your purpose in life. You become the architect of your mind and can then design the life you desire.
Curious to find out what others think? Then have a look at what our previous participants have said about our training or contact us to have a chat about how we can help you to discover NLP for yourself.