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Projected self

Posted by Peggy Guglielmino on  August 13, 2015

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Category: NLP & Hypnotherapy
My client this morning brought an interesting dilemma. He was at work last week and one of his customer asked his opinion on other traders in the field. Having a nice rapport already with that regular customer, my client allowed himself to share his thoughts on that subject, which actually weren’t very positive… On his way home, he got a bit worried, wondering if he had done the right thing in being so honest on
Richard Bandler put together his fast phobia cure a few years ago and supposedly in 10 minutes manages to free people from their phobia. In my experience however – and the one of a few of my NLP colleagues, it’s rarely that straight forward. The brain learns and changes very quickly, therefore it’s indeed essential to do some processes at high-speed as it’s the key to destabilize old running patterns. A lot of people get

Needing space

Posted by Peggy Guglielmino on  August 13, 2015

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Category: NLP & Hypnotherapy
A lot of coaches and solution-focused therapists are taught almost from the word “go” that it’s not good for the client to talk about their issues. That the session should focus on creating goals and solutions, rather than dwelling on problems. I totally agree with that. To a certain extend. But let me first tell you why I think it’s important to stay in a solution-frame rather than a problem-frame. To begin with, when clients

Quick fix?

Posted by Peggy Guglielmino on  August 13, 2015

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One of the common theme I find when looking at the NLP world is the quick fix approach. I was reading today a by one of the most respected NLP pioneer,Steve Andreas, on resolving hate and anger. And his first case study got me thinking, once again, about the danger of the quick fix NLP approach. Through changing submodalities, Steve Andreas helps his client to change the unwanted submodalities of the angry image and voice