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  • 19 Aug 2020 5:33 PM | Anonymous

    We have received notification from Peter Schutz PHD, Secretary General of EANLPt that his longtime colleague Prof. Melita Reiner passed away on Friday August 14th.

    “With deep sadness in our heart we have to say good bye to our dear friend and colleague Prof. Melita Reiner, who left this earth Friday, August 14th.

    Melita was a wonderful person full of love and wisdom and focus on life. Her trainings and presentations were always led with deep love of people and high competence.

    Melita, clinical psychologist and teaching psychotherapist and senior trainer was a member of the executive in our center and the EANLPt. She had started and led the Croatian NLP center since 2008 and accompanied several colleagues to reach the ECP.” 

  • 16 Jun 2020 12:37 PM | Anonymous

    The Dynamics of the Man

    – An interview with Tony Clarkson as he retires from NLPtCA

    Last month the NLPtCA Team received a farewell email from Tony Clarkson letting us know that he was retiring and giving a short but intriguing summary of his association with NLP, Neurolinguistic Psychotherapy, the ANLP and NLPtCA. He packed a lot into about four lines.

    So, we decided to find out about bit more about Tony and his career.  Board Member Patty Everitt  arranged to talk with Tony about his journey with NLP and NLPt.  She says: “It was a real pleasure to “meet” him.”

    Tony was introduced to NLP at a time, like many others, when he was suffering. Read more...

  • 05 Jul 2019 9:57 AM | Susan Tupling (Administrator)

    On Saturday 22nd June the NLPtCA held its Annual Event at the Mechanics Institute in Manchester – a building with a history and a half!

    Our Annual Conference event is the time when NLPt colleagues get together to renew friendships, catch up on what we are all doing, to hear about new and current topics and to consolidate our understanding and practice … and it was great to feel the buzz and energy in the room!

    We were also most pleased to welcome non-NLPt colleagues to the event.

    All three of our speakers were very well received by their audience and we send our thanks to all three. See the photos!

    Our special thanks go to our Guest Speaker, Mary-Clare de Echevarria who spoke with authority and compassion about working with the body to resolve and heal trauma. The experiential context of her presentation and the personal insights brought the subject alive.

    Neurolinguistic psychotherapist and NLPtCA member Sharon Rooke focused on self-supervision in the context of vicarious trauma using Virginia Satir’s intrapsychic model and some gentle exercises designed to help us notice our own approach to self -care.

    Her audience found ideas in her presentation relevant to them regardless of the types of clients they work with.

    Neurolinguistic psychotherapist and NLPtCA member Malcolm Bray gave us a most spirited presentation covering his work with clients carrying the diagnosis of non-specific illness. This is a challenging “condition” for both client and therapist.  He talked through case studies of clients identifying with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. The case study highlighted useful approaches even for those of us who do not often work with these types of client.

    Read about what our delegates said about the event:

    “Good useful day, rich in information and learning”

    "I found it very interesting hearing about … how to work with the body with traumatised clients"

    "Sharon’s approach to self-supervision in potential situations of vicarious trauma was very helpful."

    "This was not an area with which I was familiar – some fascinating insights from Malcolm."

  • 21 May 2019 12:08 PM | Susan Tupling (Administrator)

    Last weekend, 407 attendees from over 20 countries converged at the NLP International Conference. There was buzz and energy, lively conversation and joy as friends met again and new friends were made.

    The organisation of the conference and attention to detail was super; the programme, quality of the speakers and their presentations were first rate. The common areas where participants mixed and mingled, debated and discussed and found sustenance, wandered and engaged with the Exhibitors were bright and colourful and felt big enough to accommodate the mass of souls and small enough to be welcoming and accessible. The sounds of chatter and laughter was energising.

    The NLPtCA were delighted to be part of all of this. Folk at all stages of their NLP journey stopped to talk to us at our stand. We learned how they use NLP: for themselves, as part of their day-to-day work, as coaches and consultants, counsellors and mentors, within the medical professions and all sizes of companies and corporates. When we parted company they left knowing that Neurolinguistic Psychotherapy is a path they could choose to take and left us knowing a little more about their world, their challenges and expectations and what this would mean for them if they chose to follow the psychotherapy path.

    As NeuroLinguistic psychotherapists we were delighted to spend time back in the NLP community and to re-introduce ourselves to our community.

  • 18 Apr 2019 8:49 PM | Susan Tupling (Administrator)

    We're proud to have a strong presence at this year's NLP International Conference. For the first time, this annual event - which attracts delegates from all over the world - has a dedicated therapy stream. On Saturday 18th May, our very own Bruce Grimley (Board lead on Research & Ethics, NLP Conference) is presenting his '7 C's Courage' model of psychotherapy

    We are delighted that neurolinguistic psychotherapy is getting the recognition it deserves at this important NLP event. 

    The NLPtCA will also have a stand at the show so come along to find out more about the various ways of becoming an NLP psychotherapist, joining our organisation, or just to say hello. We'd love to see you.

  • 11 Apr 2019 10:03 PM | Susan Tupling (Administrator)

    In our Winter Newsletter we stated that the Therapist Map function was currently unavailable due to an increase in fees from the provider. The Board are addressing this matter and will ensure Members are kept updated with any progress.

    An issue has also since arisen with the Search All Therapists (SAT) function and as a temporary 'fix' this has been removed. However a full listing of members has been created on the SAT page, with a click through to your profiles still being available.

    The Board remain committed to continuing to work on improving the website.

  • 04 Apr 2019 10:15 PM | Susan Tupling (Administrator)

    We know it can be a bit of a chore sometimes finding useful ways to keep up with your annual CPD requirements. That is why we have introduced a new book reviews section to the website (under Share your CPD).

    The first review is How Emotions Are Made - The Secret Life of the Brain by Lisa Feldman Barrett.

    Remember, one share a month from each of us creates a rich source of CPD opportunities for all. Check out the book review section here.

    Whether you’re a therapist or a coach using NLPt, share relevant CPD activities and/or resources (books, courses, articles, video etc) you’ve experienced and we’ll share it here for all members to access. Each month we’ll highlight the latest CPD posts back to you.

    To share your CPD, or submit a book review, email: admin@nlptca.com

  • 01 Apr 2019 8:18 PM | Susan Tupling (Administrator)

    This year's NLPtCA 2019 AGM and Conference is taking place on Saturday 22nd June 2019 9.45am - 5.00pm.

    Here are some details:

    Peterloo Room, The Mechanics Centre, 103 Princess Street, Manchester, M1 6DD 0161 236 9336, info@mechanicsinstitute.co.uk

    Visit Training & Events for more details and How to Book

  • 19 Jun 2018 3:29 PM | Anonymous

    Share your NLPt work with the world on May 17th – 19th in London at the ANLP conference. 

    Urgent action needed as proposals need to be in by July 15th 2018. 

    Click here to find out what you must do NOW.


  • 06 Oct 2016 4:19 PM | Sharon Rooke (Administrator)

    Neurolinguistic Psychotherapy and Neuro Linguistic Programming – what’s the difference?

    Neuro linguistic programming is defined as ‘the study of the structure of subjective experience’ or ‘An attitude, a methodology, that leads to a trail of techniques’ or ‘Modelling Excellence’.  You may have your own definition because that’s part of the beauty of NLP – it’s flexible and personal!

    Neurolinguistic Psychotherapy is a specialised context of the application of NLP skills, knowledge with the back drop of understanding change, systems and people. It is applied psychology in a therapeutic setting, assisting clients to achieve their outcome...[Click the link to continue reading this article]

    Business Development 52 NLPt v NLP Sharon Rooke 54.pdf

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