What are Established Magazines and other opinion leaders saying about NLP:

“NLP may be the most powerful vehicle for change in existence…” – Modern Psychology.

“NLP has untapped potential for treating individual problems….It has metamorphosed into an all-purpose self-improvement program and technology.” – Time Magazine

“NLP could be the most important synthesis of knowledge about human communication to emerge since the sixties.” – Science Digest

“NLP cannot be dismissed as just another hustle. Its theoretical underpinnings represent an ambitious attempt to codify and synthesize the insights of linguistics, body language and the study of communication systems.” – Psychology Today.

“(NLP) does offer the potential for making changes without the usual agony that accompanies these phenomena…Thus it affords the opportunity to gain flexibility, creativity and greater freedom of action than most of us now know…” – Training and Development Journal

“. . . real estate brokers and salespeople use Neuro-Linguistics to enhance their communication skills and provide them with more choices when working in a difficult situation. . . it shows how we make sense of the world around us and communicate.” – Real Estate Today

NLP For Psychologists

Today too few Psychologists are enjoying applying their knowledge by finding out about NLP, as a field of knowledge, a methodology for modelling excellence, and a collection of advanced communication models which are increasingly finding support in the cognitive sciences. Those practising psychologists who do choose to augment their professional and career development with accredited, graduate-standard NLP training significantly improve their personal and professional results.

Clinical Psychologists

For clinical psychologists, NLP has immediate and specific applications to high quality psychotherapy.  Graduates are able to achieve more effective, longer-lasting results by using applications of NLP as a valuable addition to their existing psychotherapy skills.  Through applying NLP in the context of brief, solution-focussed therapy, students improve their abilities to read and utilise clients’ non-verbal communication and subtle cues, and increase their flexibility to respond using multiple methods for interventions.

One element of utmost importance that NLP brings to clinical applications is the use of generative and aesthetic frames.  Graduates have the ability to naturally implement therapeutic frameworks which encourage generative change and ensure that the positive benefits created within a person’s life are acceptable not only to the person themselves, but also in terms of their entire environment and wider social networks.  Applying NLP to clinical psychology attains results through accomplishing not just technically skilful work, but also through creating a real artistry in the work you do.

Social, Economic and Organisational Psychologists

The skills attained through training in NLP with Inspiritive are specifically applicable to organisational and cultural change processes, the process of managing others, coaching managers and staff and importantly, the ability to train others to do what you – and other models of excellence – can do.

Rather than providing simply a handful of techniques or giving students limiting and fixed scripts, we teach the underlying patterning and principles of NLP so that students are able to creatively apply NLP with the skill, artistry and  behavioural flexibility which are demanded by the increasingly complex workplace today, to effectively meet an organisation’s specific needs.

Psychologist Ambrose Mckinnery has been applying NLP to his practice in organisational and personal change with great success over the last five years.

“NLP has enriched my theoretical understanding of people and how they learn and develop, & provided me a tool shed of potent techniques and skills to use and help people to get what they wantboth quickly and with less effort.

NLP showed me how to build solid rapport with people, to get inside their skin better, and give them a deeper understanding of themselves and what they want.

Building on top of my ability as a trained psychologist to understand the causes behind problems, enabled me to find new and powerful solutions to those problems through being able to clearly see which actions I take can make the most impact.

To be able to provide techniques that give people a chance to make real and accelerated changes and differences in their lives, is perhaps the most ground breaking benefit I picked up from the Grad Cert.

From consulting with company executives, coaching managers, or ordinary people frustrated with their career, to developing and working with work teams, to teaching communication or life skills that people need to make more well rounded decisions; make them more satisfied, healthy, balanced, and happier in work and in their relationships, NLP application through the Grad Cert is clearly and without question the most important learning I have undertaken, championed by 2 of the finest trainers I have had the delight to know.”

Ambrose McKinnery (McKinnery Consulting) works with business executives to increase their company’s revenue through both the initial selection and ongoing performance of their people.

I Romeo would personally encourage Psychologists to finish NLP till the Master level. This is an assorted article from various websites.