Don't worry - there's no robotic 'programming' to be done here. NLP empowers you to identify and eradicate negative behaviours and use your gut instinct to make the right decision, every time.
NLP School Director Robbie Steinhouse is the author of three NLP books, including How to Coach with NLP.read more
We split our NLP Practitioner course up into five modules, the traditional training method, which helps our clients to truly work the material into their lives.
Many find that during a particular module in a course, attention can drift, but by regularly re-entering the world of NLP, we've found that students find themselves rediscovering the subject several times over and start adjusting misconceptions. This isn't just a set of life-skills techniques, but a tool for asking deep questions and creating real, lasting personal growth.
We think this is the right way to structure NLP courses. Participants from across the UK, Europe and further afield flock to our particularly pleasant venue in leafy Central London, Regent's Park College (described by a student as the "icing on the cake") to learn about NLP. We feel that this natural environment, surrounded by lakes and greenery, facilitates learning. After all, we love icing.
Your main teacher at NLP School will be Robbie Steinhouse, a successful businessmen who has used NLP training to become an author and leader in his field. With a reputation as an original and important voice in NLP training, Robbie's approach is practical and down-to-earth and incorporates his great interest in psychology and theoretical thinking.
Robbie is known for his wit and a slightly 'left-field' approach. If you have no sense of humour, you might want to look somewhere else for your NLP training (London is not short of alternatives...). Otherwise, welcome aboard - the journey is not always easy, because NLP, if well taught, is about looking at and changing your whole self, but it can still be fun. Robbie uses a clear, simple training methodology - 'introduce, demonstrate, practice, discuss'.