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This course develops professionals of mental health who are skilled in a broad range of work in the field of therapy, coaching and counselling; including psychotherapy, assessment, supervision, and consultation, as well as integrative approaches to health, which are informed by the structure of Neuro-Linguisitc perspectives through a psycho-dynamic lens.

It is an innovative specialisation that re-imagines approaches to therapeutic practice, enhances and supports the intervention work of students, and integrates the essential perspectives of neuro-linguistics and in the view of inclusive & integrated approaches.

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NLP is a method for understanding and shaping human experiences to communicate effectively and bring about personal development. It involves organising and changing thoughts, feelings, language, and behaviours to achieve desired outcomes—a way to use the language of the mind for consistent goal achievement.

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From the time you get up early in the morning, till you go to bed the same night we are in constant movement and action, we have a list of things that need to be done, yet we are always living in the past or future. As you brush your teeth, do you feel the toothbrush against your teeth or do you just rush through the whole process? You are meeting a friend, you start a conversation and yet all you can think about are the things going on at the back of your head.

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Like most people, we probably take our ability to sense things for granted. We wake up in the morning, open our eyes and, voila, it’s all out there in front of us. The holistic aspects of vision such as seeing the forest, witnessing the sunrise, and sunset, reading facial expressions and responding with the appropriate emotion to the evocative situation, listening, and reciprocating all seem so effortless, so automatic, that we simply fail to recognize that sensory modality, what is perceived after the stimulus is an incredibly complex and still deeply mysterious process.

Research Papers:

Quantum Neuro – Synchronicity

Author Affiliations: Anil Thomas

Co-Author Affiliations: Rishika Shah

DOI: https://doi.org/10.52522/ijngp.v1i1.3

Abstract

Quantum Neuro-Synchronicity explores the brain activities of an individual when they are completely immersed into a previously inexperienced and unfamiliar activity. Although there have been researches on the synchronicity between dyads, there is a clear gap in research on the benefits of the sync on the right and left sides of the brain on an individual. Its scope extends to not only engaging and developing our neurology but also as a means to escape all the weights that constantly pull people back.

Anger: Examining Anger Variations and their Effects

Author Affiliations: Anil Thomas

Co-Author Affiliations: Pranjali Vatsa

DOI: https://doi.org/10.52522/ijngp.v1i2.5

Abstract

Anger is one of the simplest and primary emotions felt by human beings but this emotion can single-handedly give rise to various negative emotions like frustration, aggression, irritation, sadness, grief and pain. Anger, being the root cause of all these negative emotions, makes a very interesting topic to study. Here, we have tried to look into anger and its variations that can be expressed in the form of several emotions like mild irritation, annoyance, reduced tolerance level, frustration, full-blown tantrum etc. 

Understanding the Dynamic States of Fear and Arousal and its Manifestation in Abusive Circumstances

Author Affiliations: Anil Thomas

Co-Author Affiliations: Ritika Goswami

DOI: https://doi.org/10.52522/ijngp.v1i3.6

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As human beings, we know anything because it gets reflected on our senses - “I know this bag is black because I can see that it is black” or “I know the music is loud because I can hear that the music is loud.” There is a connection present with our senses, and this connection goes up to the brain. The brain interprets the data that the senses have sent and accordingly commands the associated systems in the body to respond.

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Masterclass by Robert Dilts - 2023

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Why Study NLP

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Every person unconsciously emits several external signals which are a reflection of their internal state of mind and thought processes. With increased, effective and conscious sensory acuity, we are able to catch these signals and then read them efficiently.

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Utilising Ambiguity

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If you're looking to instruct, guide or otherwise influence another person's thinking linguistically you might adopt a particular strategy with the intent of making your communication effective.

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Pre-suppositions in NLP

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The presuppositions of NLP (NLP Presuppositions) are otherwise known as convenient assumptions or beliefs, things that are plausible and generally good to assume. They form the bedrock for NLP in terms of helping in relationships, improving communication and gaining the right mindsets for creating excellence.

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Program your Mind

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Our brain is a computer with multitudes of programs running simultaneously, and every behaviour that we execute is influenced by a specific program running inside our brain, ranging from simplest of the tasks walking, running to complex ones like calculating, making major life decisions etc.

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Perception is Projection

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Human beings operate on the world through internal mental maps, rather than directly on the world itself. Through this notion we learned that what we believe to be 'real' or 'true' is based upon the information we retain after our perceptions of the outside world have passed through a number of filters.

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Introduction to Modeling

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NLP Modeling is the process of recreating, replicating excellence. Installing it in individuals, groups and organisations. We can model any human behaviour by mastering the beliefs, the physiology and the specific thought processes (that is the strategies) that underlie the skill or behaviour.

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The human body has many ways to perceive the world around us but what our senses that are employed in perceiving the outer world do not always give us accurate information. In fact perception and hallucination have a lot in common. 

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How we learn

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Learning is often defined as a relatively lasting change in behavior that is the result of experience. When you think of learning, it might be easy to fall into the trap of only considering formal education that takes place during childhood and early adulthood: but learning is realistically an ongoing process taking place throughout all of life.

How do we go from not knowing something to acquiring information, knowledge, and skills?

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Spelling Strategies

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Memory is an active system that receives information from the senses, puts that information into a usable form, organizes it as it stores it away, and then retrieves the information from storage (adapted from Baddeley, 1996, 2003). External stimuli, e.g. a ray of sunshine or a friend's voice, are transmitted to our brain via our nervous system by electrical or chemical signals. There, images, sounds and other sensations are created. These represent the external stimulus. Therefore we speak of representation systems in NLP.

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Modeling Project

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NLP is all about learning, and what is more important is to understand 'How you Learn'

When Bandler asked Grinder for the first time, to explain what was happening to the Gestalt group that he led, and how it was so successful even though Bandler never understood what he was doing.

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Communication Model

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NLP or Neuro Linguistic Programming began as a model of how we communicate and interact with ourselves and others. The NLP Communication Model, developed by Tad James & Wyatt Woodsmall (1988) from the work of Richard Bandler & John Grinder (1975), is one of the key structures in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP).

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 Calibration & Sensory Acuity

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Calibration literally means to measure precisely. Calibration is a baseline NLP skill. A definition of calibration is: reading, fine-tuning and being sensitive to a person or group’s non-verbal behaviour.

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Meta Programs

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Meta programs are person-specific perception filters. They are structures and patterns of our mind that determine our thinking and behaviour. An individual’s personality is a mental construct developed as a coping mechanism.

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Powerful Questions

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Therapists usually employ these questions that give them an insight of the client’s condition by their answers. It is the most basic and first step in forming a rapport.

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In this continuing series exploring coaching models, some are widely applicable, some are more specifically ‘business’ oriented, and some – like the SCORE model – are perhaps best suited to working with an individual who is experiencing specific issues or problems

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Anchoring

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In NLP, “anchoring” refers to the process of associating an internal response with some environmental or mental trigger, so that the response may be quickly, and sometimes covertly, reassessed.

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Reframing

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The term "Reframing", is derived from the word "frame". Reframing means constructing a new frame or giving it a new meaning. To understand, let’s imagine that if a problem is reframed, then the same event gets a new meaning: new reactions and new behaviours. Reframing is the process of reinterpreting, of taking up a new perspective or a new way of perceiving hence a new interpretation.

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