NLP and hypnosis training in toronto, mississauga, brampton

NLP Practitioner outline


Note: this format assumes that participants have already completed a substantial audio or video home study programme. 


Day 1:

  • Introduction
  • Agree guidelines for successful group work
  • Requirements for certification
  • Peripheral vision
  • Themes:
    • Cause and Effect - ‘who’s driving the bus?’ - empowerment - responsibility - reasons vs results
    • 'The Map Is Not The Territory' ('NLP communication model') - deletions, distortions and generalization
    • Mind and body are one system
  • Origins and definitions of NLP
  • Present state to desired state model
  • Presuppositions of NLP
  • The discovery frame
  • Sensory Acuity (calibration exercises)
  • Working in triads/role of the observer/feedback sandwich
  • Rapport:
    • Matching and mirroring
    • Crossover matching
    • Voice tone matching
  • Pacing and leading
  • Discussion:
    • Ethics of pacing and leading When to break rapport
    • Deep physical rapport
    • Ways to practise sharpening rapport skills outside the training room 


Day 2:

  • ​Representational systems – V, A, K, Ad
  • Predicates
  • Rep system self-test (emphasising that this is a snapshot and not to adopt V, A, K or Ad at an identify level)
  • Eye Accessing Cues
  • Submodalities – V, A, K
    • associated / dissociated
    • mapping across (critical / driver submodalities)
    • standard belief change
    • Swish pattern 

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​Day 3:

  • ​State elicitation (self and others)  
  • Anchoring
    • Process
    • Keys to successful anchoring
    • Circle of Excellence 
    • Stacking anchors 
    • Collapsing anchors
    • Chaining anchors


​​Day 4:

  • ​Hierarchy of ideas (chunking)
  • Presuppositions
  • Milton Model
  • Metaphors
  • Meta Model
    • Deep structure and Surface structure
    • Considerations for using the Meta Model with rapport 


​​Day 5:

  • ​Strategies
    • TOTE model
    • Well-formed conditions
    • eliciting, calibrating, utilizing, changing, installing
    • New Behaviour Generator
    • Motivation strategies
    • Convincer strategies
    • Disney Strategy for creativity 


Day 6:

  • ​Frames
    • outcome frame
    • backtrack frame
    • relevancy frame
    • as if frame
    • discovery frame
    • agreement frame
    • contrast frame
    • appreciative frame
    • open frame
  • Reframing (content/context)
  • Six Step Reframe
  • Parts Integration (visual squash) 


​Day 7:

  • ​Dealing with people:
    • Perceptual Positions
  • Meta Programs overview (Master-Practitioner)
    • General/Specific
    • Proactive/Reactive
    • Towards/Away From
    • Internal/External
    • Sameness/Difference
    • Options/Procedures 


Day 8 :

  • ​Time Lines
    • through time and in time
    • elicitation

clearing blocks and anxiety

  • Values
    • elicitation
    • ranking
    • finding clashes
    • towards/away-from motivation
  • Goal Setting (what are you going to do with NLP in the future?)
  • Goal installation using timeline
  • Completion ceremony
  • Close