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.