Thursday, February 16, 2006

NLP Diploma...

A lot have been asking me what is this NLP Diploma that I've obtained. So I decided to just post about it to answer all the questions that has been asked.

First of all, this is my NLP Diploma that I'm so excited about. It is the first step of the program. There are a few more steps but I don't need to go that far. There are these other steps :

Certificationas an NLP Practitioner
Certificationas an NLP Master Practitioner
Certificationas an NLP Trainer
Certificationas an NLP Master Trainer

I'll probably go as far as Master Practitioner, maybe I'd be able to help others and seriously try to make a difference in helping people to be proactive. It's all in the planning right now. People I met at the seminar and I are going on a hiking trip tomorrow and probably get more info from the Doctors there and see what I'd like to do...


by Tad James, M.S., Ph.D., Certified Master NLP Trainer

Copyright © 1985, 1999, 2005 Tad James and Advanced Neuro Dynamics

NLP, or Neuro Linguistic Programming, is the art and science that can be described in a nutshell, as an attitude and a methodology that leaves behind a trail of techniques.

First, the attitude of NLP is one of curiosity and experimentation. Next, the methodology is modeling, which is the process of duplicating excellent behavior. Another person's behavior can be duplicated by studying what that person does inside their head (language, filters, programs, etc.) to produce results. NLP was initially created by Richard Bandler and John Grinder, who began modeling and duplicating the "magical results" of a few top communicators and therapists.

Some of the first people to be studied included Hypnotherapist Milton Erickson, gestalt therapist Fritz Perls and family therapist Virginia Satir. Since then, many others have contributed to the growth and development of the field. And finally, the trail of techniques created through this type of modeling is what is commonly known as NLP. The programs in this catalog describe the many different techniques we teach and use.

Today, NLP is widely used in business to improve management, sales and achievement/performance, inter-personal skills; in education to better understand learning styles, develop rapport with students and parents and to aid in motivation; and of course, NLP is a profound set of tools for personal development.

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