Why I’m Fed Up with NLP

Learning the NLP4kids skills is a great combination with Empowering Learning.

(3 Days Until Your Opportunity to Sign Up to Our Discovery Day This Saturday Closes.) 

There’s something about NLP that has bothered me for a long time now. 

NLP is flaky. And NLPers are flaky too! 

Ouch – I said it. Now I’d best explain myself before all the complaints come in! 

I often hear people who are trained in, or have just experienced NLP for the first time say things like “How come Counselling is available on the NHS but NLP isn’t?” 

You see the thing with counsellors, is that they are pretty good at sticking to a system of showing evidence that what they do works. Sometimes they use things like strengths and difficulties questionnaires to show how someone felt before the treatment and afterwards. NLPers, well….we’re not so hot on that. Don’t get me wrong, I know some do it, but many don’t! 

How NLP4Kids is different… 

We evidence our work. We have set systems for comparing our results to show that what we do is a worthwhile investment for schools and parents. 

We even have a research project in action as we speak. 

Doing a great job is one thing. Proving that you do a great job is something else. And since we work with children and young people, we believe we should be proving ourselves. 

If you think that demonstrating the effectiveness of the work you do with young people is important, you might be the right kind of person for our team. 

We have a discovery day this Saturday, so click here to come along and find out more about how we’re getting referrals from doctors, children’s services and the police. 

(4 Days Until Your Opportunity to Sign Up to This Event Closes.) 

Best wishes 

Gemma Bailey

Director of NLP4Kids

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About olivehickmott

I am a Forensic Learning coach, specialising in showing people how they can create their own health and learning
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