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Why learn NLP? It’s the #1 most effective therapy and change work methodology I know of. But even if you will use other therapeutic methods 100% of the time, NLP will provide you with superb diagnostic capability (you’ll be able to figure out what’s causing a client’s problems much faster) and the ability to rapidly track a client’s progress moment-by-moment within a session. You’ll also gain the ability to understand your clients at a deeper level — to see to the heart of them, hear their stories in new ways, and connect with them more deeply.
The very best way to learn NLP is to do a live training with a top-notch training institute such as the NLP Institute of California. If that’s not feasible — or if you want to review your training, as I am about to — your second-best option is doing a top-notch video training.
NLP is like dancing: you need to see it and do it to really understand it and get it in muscle memory. Plan on training with someone, preferably several people. Ideally, do the exercises face to face with at least one other person (so you can see, hear, and feel exact details). It’s best to practice with multiple people, and you can do some of that by video. (See tips on video learning)
Here are a few of my top picks:
NLP Comprehensive’s Portable Practitioner Training On DVD
Experience a full 20-day NLP Practitioner course from 5 top NLP trainers: Steve Andreas, Charles Faulkner, Tom Best, Adam Reynolds, and Jan Prince. Full description here.
NLP Comprehensive’s Portable Master Practitioner Training On DVD
Experience a full 20-day NLP Master Practitioner training from 6 top NLP trainers: David Gordon, Tom Best, Charles Faulkner, Adam Reynolds, Tamara Andreas, and Steve Andreas. Full description here.