Neurological levels: getting to the heart of the matter
I love coaching! And I’m fortunate to be doing quite a bit of it these days. This week I had a first coaching session with a new client. If you’ve read my previous blogs you’ll know I’m a big fan of getting under the skin of the goal. I love the analogy of the ice berg, with the surface goal and underlying goals and my new client was an excellent example of exactly this, in particular Dilts neurological levels which we worked through to get under the surface goal. Let me explain. Read moreFiled Under Transformational Coaching
Overcoming the seemingly insurmountable – NLP Case Study #2
One of my clients today is a young woman who has been diagnosed with clinical depression. Amy is 34 years old and she’s been recommended from her best friend, Clare, who came to see me for the same problem.
Clare was amazingly easy to work with and completely recovered after only five sessions. She was already doing much better than when she was diagnosed a few months before, and wanted my help to gain confidence she could manage to stay well when getting off her anti depressant tablets. I started with doing an anchoring process, followed by a long detailed future pace, and Clare reported that this first session made all the difference. Read moreFiled Under NLP & Hypnotherapy
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