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NLP Master Practitioner Course August 2007 – Robert Dilts and Judith De Lozier September 11, 2007

Posted by Vincent in Business coaching, Celebrity coaching, Coaching in general, Conflict resolution, Executive Coaching, Life Coaching, NLP.

I owe Robert Dilts and Judith DeLozier a huge debt of thanks for delivering on my recent NLP Master Practitioner course. After 20 years of practising NLP I finally got around to officially taking my skills to the Master level; what a worthwhile journey that was (and I mean that literally and metaphorically).

I also want to give thanks to all my course colleagues who, singularly and corporately, made my learning rich, real, and interesting.

I have already developed a number of personal approaches to techniques we reviewed; the next posting I will give to one, using neurological levels.

I like the idea of using spacial sorting, that is small areas mapped out for a particular state or part of a timeline, with coachees as I find the act of physically moving makes a big difference within a technique. I am surprised to see myself write this because for a very long time I wrestled with much of NLP because it seemed ‘warm and fluffy’ and lacked the empirical evidence that my psychological-mindset craved; I know see the pragmatic part of me being very satisfied with something that works because “it just does!”.

I would love to hear from other master practitioners, both as contributors within this blog and/or direct to my email address, admin@morpheuscoaching.co.uk

So Robert, Judith (and Suzi Smith) a big thank you.


1. proseo - September 11, 2007

NLP Master Practitioner.

Hi, I have never trained with any of them but I have really fantastic things about them.

Well done on your certification!


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