Introducing Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)


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I have chosen to teach a module on the BSc (Hons) Applied Psychology course at the University Centre at Blackburn College. The module is an introduction to Neuro Linguistic Programming and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. This presentation is my introductory lecture on NLP. The best way to learn about NLP is to do it so this presentation contains few words about theories and instead a few helpful pictures and diagrams.

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Introducing Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)

  1. 1. Introducing Neuro Linguistic Programming John Marsden
  2. 2. ObjectivesBy the end of this session we will have explored the history and the meaning of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)You will know what is meant by modelling and the difference in NLP between modelling and the applications modelling producesYou will be able to use a simple modelling tool, known as ‘The Mercedes Model’.
  3. 3. Introducing John Marsden• Trained Counsellor and NLP Master Practitioner• Probation Worker using CBT• BACP Senior Accredited Psychotherapist and Counselling Supervisor in Private Practice• Programme Leader for FdA Counselling with Brief Interventions and BA (Hons) Counselling with Brief Interventions at UCBC• Social Media Geek
  4. 4. John on the WebWebsite: www.marsdentherapy.blogspot.comYouTube: www.marsdentherapy.podbean.comSlideshare:
  5. 5. Introductions
  6. 6. Ice Breaker
  7. 7. Two Truths and a Lie• Write down three statements on the paper provided• Two statements must be true• One statement must be false• You will read out all three statements and your classmates will use their forensic psychology skills to detect which of your three statements is untrue.
  8. 8. Richard Bandler
  9. 9. The NameNeuroLinguisticProgrammingEstablished behaviour patterns encoded in the brain’s neurology can be changed or re-programmed through the use of language
  10. 10. The Story of NLP
  11. 11. Fritz Perls
  12. 12. Milton Erickson
  13. 13. One Minute ExercisePlease list as many different types of coffee as you can
  14. 14. A Little Complexity ...Surface Structure(Language)Coffee Deep Structure (The Real World)
  15. 15. We Build Models Values Beliefs Memories Interests Goals Learning Styles etc
  16. 16. Modelling
  17. 17. Modelling Produces ApplicationsExample 1The NLP Spelling StrategyExample 2NLP Phobia Cure
  18. 18. A Basic Modelling ToolThe Mercedes Model Thoughts Feelings Behaviour Environment
  19. 19. ConclusionsNLP is a method (modelling)NLP models excellenceModelling produces strategies that can be taught to others to achieve similar results