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Monthly NLP Practice Group

The NLP Grapevine is a monthly NLP practice group now running 100% ONLINE. It is our way of enabling you to keep in touch with others who are interested in NLP, through regular Practice Groups, and occasional additional courses and events which may be of interest to you.

The Grapevine is always held on the last Thursday evening of every month, from 6pm to 8.30 pm. The session is also recorded.

Grapevine Topics for 2021:

25th March 2021: The SCORE model

One of the simplest and most powerful coaching models within the NLP repertoire – the SCORE model enables you to explore any area of your life by looking at where you are now, where you’ve come from, where you’re going, and how you’re going to get there. The SCORE model focuses on discovering the answers and resources that are already within you.

In this session we will explore the SCORE model and experience its versatility. Again, be prepared to add to your repertoire, and/or to get some NLP coaching to tap into your own inner resources. 

29th April 2021: Procrastination busting

Do you ever find yourself putting things off? Or feel like your to-do list is too daunting?

In this month’s Grapevine, we will explore ways of dealing with overwhelm and procrastination. We’ll find ways to shrink the overwhelm, and boost the motivation.

27th May 2021: The neuro-logical levels of change

Do you have an area of your life which you’d like to explore in depth? Dig down below the surface and find out what lies beneath? Find alignment with your core values?

In this month’s Grapevine we will be using the Neuro-logical levels of change. The “Swiss Army Knife” of NLP, this powerful model can be applied in many different ways and always leads to greater insight and clarity.

Recordings of previous Grapevine sessions are available for £18 each. See details and access the recordings below

Recorded: NLP’s role to help with healing and reconciliation (October 2020)

The past few extraordinary months have thrown up huge differences of opinion. Issues such as racism, sexism and the coronavirus pandemic have shown how polarised people can be. And we have seen people falling out with each other over such things as the value of wearing masks, entitlement to financial support, or the effectiveness of our politicians and their decisions.

In a world where there is so much fear and antagonism about these differences, this Grapevine explores NLP’s role in understanding differences and appreciating opposing points of view, replacing fear and antagonism with tolerance and respect. The theme is NLP’s role to help with healing and reconciliation.

Recorded: Parts of You (September 2020)

Have you ever felt a bit like the little girl in the film Inside Out – with loads of different people living inside your head, and not always agreeing with each other? Each of these is a Part of you – and allowing your parts to express themselves, to interact and to negotiate with one another can be empowering.

In this recording we explore what parts of you want to have their voice heard, and practise resolving conflicts between parts.

Recorded: Dealing with Overwhelm and Procrastination (August 2020)

Do you ever find yourself putting things off? Or feel like your to-do list is too daunting?

In this recording, we explore ways of dealing with overwhelm and procrastination. We also find ways to shrink the overwhelm, and boost the motivation.

Recorded: How do you decide? (July 2020)

When you make decisions what happens to your attention before, during and after? In this month’s Grapevine, we will explore the main filtering patterns that affect the way that you make decisions, and how your approach impacts the people around you.

FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions

What is The NLP Grapevine?
The NLP Grapevine is a monthly NLP practice group held live on-line. It is our way of enabling you to keep in touch with others who are interested in NLP, through regular Practice Groups, and occasional additional courses and events which may be of interest to you.
Who is it for?
The NLP Grapevine Practice Group is for all those who have an interest in NLP.

People who have already studied NLP to any level are welcome, as are people who have never studied NLP at all. All we ask is that you come with an interest in NLP, an open mind and a willingness to share with others.

People who have already studied NLP to any level are welcome, as are people who have never studied NLP at all. All we ask is that you come with an interest in NLP, an open mind and a willingness to share with others.

What happens at a Grapevine?
  • We normally have a theme or topic each month. When a topic has been chosen, it will be published here on this web page, and in our On-Line Resources Portal.
  • After initial introductions and a chance to get to know each other, I will introduce the theme briefly. I will outline a practice exercise based around the theme.
  • There will be time for practice and discussion, usually in small groups.
  • We then end the evening with a short discussion, any questions and reflection on our learning.
What is provided?
  • We provide a private link to the on-line meeting for the evening. You simply log in a few minutes before the session begins.
  • We also share any materials used during the evening.
  • We provide you with access to a recording of the public part of the session – including the theme overview and the exercise description.
Who runs the Practice Group?

The NLP Grapevine is led by Madeleine Ravetta, Your Mindset Mentor. Madeleine is an NLP Trainer and Master Practitioner. Occasionally, we invite suitably-qualified guest presenters to lead specialist topics.

The NLP Grapevine Practice Group is organised and administered by Bright Light NLP, which is a trading name of Allen Training Associates Ltd.

We also offer occasional additional courses and events which may be of interest to you. Keep in touch with us through our website www.brightlightnlp.com or our Facebook page.

Do I have to be qualified in NLP to attend the Grapevine?
No. The NLP Grapevine is open to anyone with an interest in NLP, and any level of experience, or none. All we ask is that you bring an open mind and a willingness to participate.
What if I can't attend the live on-line event?
You will still get access to all the materials and the recording of the event.