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Tag Archives: NLP

  • Breaking through resistant beliefs

      If you have done a lot of work on yourself, or are yourself a practitioner, you are probably already familiar with belief change work. Our beliefs are like a road map to our lives. We create most of them before the age of ten, and after that we keep adding some new beliefs based on our current life experience. However the most powerful ...

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  • Changing your life with NLP

    I keep finding that one of the most tricky question to answer is What is NLP? I’ve been an NLP practitioner for about a decade now, and I still don’t like being asked that question! You can describe NLP in a lot of different ways, and that’s probably what makes it challenging. Also the name in itself is a little bit nebulous: Neuro-Linguis ...

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  • Do you need more clients?

    Have you ever wondered how to get new clients? One of the most common question students ask me towards the end of their practitioner course is "How do I find clients?" It can be indeed quite scary once you've graduated to start from scratch in building your ...

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  • Homeopathic or allopathic approach to therapy?

    I am reading a book by Thomas Moore, the dark night of the soul,  that is really starting to shift my approach to therapy. As a solution-focused trained therapist myself, I have always adopted the view that when issues arise, dark emotions take over and overwhelm our clients, our job as therapists was to immediately act on them and fin ...

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  • Dealing with your past life regression.

    I had a very interesting experience in one of my sessions yesterday.

    I’m working with a client who suffers from panic attacks, and we’ve made incredible progress in the past few weeks, to the point where their panic whilst being on the tube has now completely disappeared.

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