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The NLP Coaching section of the Practitioner Course enables the Practitioner to learn and put into practice NLP, Time Line Therapy™ techniques and Hypnosis in a Coaching environment.  At the end of this part of the Course, delegates have a one to one session with a fellow trainee to put into practice the NLP coaching skills that they have learnt in a safe, training environment.

What is the difference between Coaching and NLP Coaching?

An effective Coach enables a client to understand where they are in life, identify what they want to achieve and guides them through the steps that need to be taken for the client to realise their goals.

The skilled NLP Coach uses precise questioning to identify areas that are preventing a client from achieving their goals and using their wider knowledge base are able to use more behavioral flexibility to assist the client in taking responsibility for his/her results.  Using NLP skills and techniques, Time Line Therapy™ techniques and Hypnosis, they together provide a very powerful set of skills to enable the client to increase their options and to take action to move towards the life that they want for themselves. 

What is NLP Coaching relevant for?

Personal Growth/Excellence

Practitioner/Client Relationship


Career Progression



Health/Well Being

What does the NLP Coach Practitioner Course cover?

The course includes:

  • Introduction to Coaching – all ABNLP coaching standards meet or exceed world coaching standards.

  • What is coaching/Uses for coaching

  • The difference between traditional therapy and coaching and NLP Coaching

  • Coaching session agreements

  • Process frames for successful coaching

  • The Coaching Cycle

  • Reframing

  • Tasking

  • Personal one to one practical coaching session

  • Pre and Post course support


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