Monday, July 18, 2005

Certified NLP Practioner

Certificat_praticienpnlI am very proud and pleased to inform you that I earned my certification as NLP Practioner on 13 July 2005. It's been an intense, interesting, challenging and deeply human experience for me, for which I thank the people who put together this training programme, namely Alain Moenaert and Anne PiƩrard at Ressources.
Over the course of the past 6 months, we have been challenged to understand and immediately apply the tools of neurolinguistic programming; and to apply them on real-life cases. So I also wish to thank from the bottom of my heart all my classmates who provided real cases from their lives as I provided cases and issues from my own. I thank those who helped me discover and learn as well as those who helped me develop new ways of seeing. From a systemic standpoint this group was just fantastic. At the same time I feel for those who did not earn their diploma this time and wish them lots of progress and discovery until their next attempt at something as challenging. I am a believer in one of the basic tenets of NLP: "there is no failure, only feedback". And I know from my life so far that feedback can sometimes be expensive, painful or dreadful... I believe there is a reason for everything that happens in our lives though.
NLP provides a framework for understanding human behaviour, emotions and thought patterns. I consider that NLP has brought unprecedented discipline and structure to psychology. The framework makes it possible for practioners to use tools developed in other branches of modern psychology in a very operational manner. What I really like about it is that systematic exploration and understanding of the way an individual human being "functions" leads almost immediately to actions that can be taken to achieve desired results. For more about NLP, please visit Wikipedia.

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