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Neuro-Linguistoc Programming

Chris Grimsley is an INLPTA Certified NLP Trainer, and founder of NLP in the Northwest, and the Instit2te of NLP for public service. Chris has been delivering training in NLP for over 15 years along with his wife Glenda. Employees from a range of professionals, including: mental health workers and counsellors; child and family support workers; teachers; GPs, midwives and nurses; college lecturers; public service managers have benefitted from this training.
What is Neuro-Linguistic Programming?
NLP is a practical, effective "How to" technology for personal change and development, and interpersonal effectiveness. NLP is based on the study of the most influential components invloved in shaping our experiences:
Neuro - the unique way we filter and organise the information we receive through our senses about the external world and what is happening around us, and how this affects the way we think, our physiology, how we feel and how we behave.
Linguistic - how we express our experiences to ourselves and to others through the language we use and how the language we use affects our experiences, behaviour and feelings.
Programming - how habitual, often unconscious, patterns of thoughts and feelings developed through the course of our lives affect current behaviour - and how these patterns can be changed.
How does NLP work?
Each of us creates unique internl "maps" of our external experience. NLP studies the way we construct our internal maps and the way we use language to communicate our maps to ourselves and others.
What about training in NLP?
There are different levels of certification in NLP
  • Foundation Diploma
  • Certified Practitioner
  • Master Practitioner
The next four day Foundation Diploma is running in Langho nr Blackburn, 9-10th & 23rd-24th March 2013. To book your place or for more information please contact:
Chris & Glenda Grimsley
NLP in the Northwest
(t) 01282 831800
Jane Summers,
3 Dec 2012, 04:22