FAQs

FAQs

FAQs

We understand that you may have some questions and we are very happy to talk these through with you when you call us.
In the meantime we have listed below some answers to a few of the questions we’re often asked and hope this helps!
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Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) was co-founded by John Grinder and Richard Bandler with the aim of bringing about personal development. It’s the study and practice of how we think (Neuro), how we communicate both verbally and non-verbally (Linguistic) and how we react to external and internal stimuli, generating a particular behaviour or pattern (Programming).

NLP is a multi-dimensional process that involves the development of behavioural competence and flexibility and also involves strategic thinking plus an understanding of the mental and cognitive processes behind behaviour. NLP provides tools and skills for the development of states of individual excellence.

Using the tools and techniques within NLP we can reprogram less useful behaviours, to new and more beneficial responses that create the change we want. We can challenge and rid ourselves of limiting beliefs that hold us back and reconnect with, and learn, new powerful personal resources  that allow us to be who we want to be. NLP is also a fantastic way to understand how we interrelate with others as well as gain clarity for the future and define how we get there.

To learn more about the key principles of NLP click here 

We are accredited with the AIP (Association of Integratative Psychology) and also recognised as NLP trainers with the ANLP (Association of Neuro-Linguistic Programming).

As successful delegates you would be eligible to register with both organisations.

The Association for Integrative Psychology, Inc. was formed to encourage holistic approaches and integration in the fields which study human behaviour and its change.

The AIP has a strict criteria that all recognised training organisations must adhere to and we are pleased to advise that our course contents and company procedures exceed these criteria.

For more information on the AIP please visit their website 

We hold our NLP Practitioner twice a year in London at a wonderful location close to Waterloo station called the Union Jack Club

We also love having our summer NLP Practitioner course in glorious Hampshire and use a lovely country location close to Portsmouth.

Our Master Practitioner module one is held in London att eh Union Jack Club. Our second module is a retreat format and is held in the wonderful Goodlake Barns, close to Faringdon, Oxfordshire.

Yes! If you book on and complete our NLP Practitioner course you can re-attend at any time for free subject to places being available.

If you complete our NLP Master Practitioner training you can re-attend and there will be no additional course fees. The only amount that you would pay would be your residential costs.

Yes – please contact Anna or Paige in the office and they can discuss this with you.
You will be surprised at how NLP can have a significant impact on your life. Andy and Jo both found that they were able to make and sustain significant life changes when they did there own NLP training.

Click here for more details of how NLP can make a difference to you?

Andy Coley and Jo Wilson are both Directors and Principal Trainers.

Click here to learn more about them, their passion for NLP and their experience.