What does an NLP Coach do?
Most people communicate their feelings in different ways. For the most part, they unconsciously communicate how they are feeling. Their tone of voice, volume, rate of speech, facial expressions or the words they use tell you what is going on emotionally. As an NLP coach, I am trained to detect minute clues in the behavior and communication of my clients. This enables me to understand you in depth. We work together to uncover the limitations that you have imposed on yourself so you can move forward. The most common limiting Beliefs that people suffer from are: Hopelessness, worthlessness and helplessness. If you think badly of yourself, it is likely that you will have bad experiences. You increase the likelihood of not succeeding and failing. Beliefs are treated as presuppositions in NLP. The NLP coach assumes that you can make a conscious decision about what you want to believe. If you don't like the results you get with a belief set, you have the freedom to change your belief set. The NLP coach uses questioning techniques to find out what feelings are behind the limiting beliefs. I then challenge the limitations in order to help you change your negative thought pattern.
For whom is NLP Coaching suitable?
NLP Coaching is suitable for everyone who wants to change, improve and generally achieve more in his life. Especially successful people like to use NLP Coaching to overcome unpleasant limitations in their lives and to acquire a new repertoire of possible actions. NLP Coaching methods help them to adopt structures for a happier way of life. NLP coaching gives them a wider range of positive feelings and behaviors. They learn to communicate and respond better. The more options they have available to them, the more more easily they can make optimal decisions. NLP coaching helps wherever you want to tap your full potential or improve your communication. The NLP coaching methods help you to become more efficient, to grow personally and to develop yourself. So NLP also helps in school teaching or in education in general to achieve better results. It can also be used effectively in management, human resources, mediation or the court system. In psychotherapy and behavioral therapy, amazing results can be achieved with NLP coaching methods. In the business world, executives use NLP to improve their rhetorical skills and presentation techniques. Interpersonal communication in the business world is improved through NLP coaching methods. People learn to build better relationships with each other, even across cultural and national boundaries.
What NLP Coaching methods are there?
Rapport: When two people who like each other meet, they unconsciously adapt their behaviour to each other. You can use this effect conversely to build a positive relationship, i.e. rapport, with someone. To do this, you mirror the behavior of your counterpart.
Pacing: You adapt yourself to the person you are talking to by adjusting your posture, breathing rhythm, gestures or speech patterns. Unconsciously, this creates a reliable and intense contact. Leading: If rapport has been successfully established with the interlocutor, the NLP coach can now take the lead through Leading. He leads his client responsibly to his desired behaviour, result or goal.
Anchor: A stimulus is consciously conditioned with a response. This stores feelings that you can recall later. This way you can put yourself in a resourceful state to cope with tasks more successfully. Almost-Phobia: This NLP coaching method serves to quickly eliminate phobias. The client imagines his phobia as a black and white film dissociated, then associated as a color film backwards. After repeating the method several times, the phobia dissolves.
Six-Step Reframing: In six steps, undesirable behaviors are changed and better behavioral alternatives are made available.
Representational systems: They provide information about how we perceive the world through our five senses (VAKOG= Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic, Olfactory, Gustatory). Every person has their own focus of perception.
Meta-model: Identification of the speech patterns that distort the content of messages. The goal is specific and clear communication, with the help of which lost contents of consciousness are rediscovered.
Strategies: Specific consciousness plans for organizing one's thoughts and behavior to accomplish certain tasks.
Hypnocoaching: Also called Milton model. The client is put into a trance state by means of non-specific speech patterns and thereby gains access to his unconscious resources.
Timeline: A visual symbol for the temporal coding of one's past, present and future. It is used, for example, in goal planning. greator.com