A positive, humanistic vision of our ability to evolve and communicate.

Pratician in NLP

8 days in Brussels

Autonomy, creativity, responsibility, increased joy of living and improved relationships is what you can expect as a result of this course.

This level of training follows on from the "NLP Technician" level and ends with certification (CFIP/IN). This module will allow you to develop skills as a coach by mastering advanced NLP techniques such as rapid change models and language usage. It will be an opportunity to learn how to mobilize unconscious resources by reprogramming habits, undesired behaviors, and restrictive emotions. It will also be an opportunity to harness creativity to achieve transformational changes. The certification includes an examination of the participants acquired knowledge and practical demonstration of skills.


  • Define submodalities to understand sensory variations in a representation (Visual - Auditory - Kinesthetic - Objective - Gustatory)
  • Know how to move from an unpleasant to a pleasant experience using submodalities
  • Use rapid models such as the Reframing or Swish model to reprogram emotions such as fears or irresistible desires or limiting behavior.
  • Activate the Single Dissociation Model to distance yourself from a situation with a strong emotional imprint.
  • Activate the Double Dissociation model to change a strong emotion, or deal with a phobia or trauma.
  • Use the New Behavior Generator Model to develop desired behavior based on patterns already established

Understand beliefs, their usefulness and limitations

  • Understand the importance of beliefs for behaviors, strategies and actions
  • Change a limiting belief by targeted questioning to generate more possibilities
  • Modify a limiting belief using submodalities, make it more flexible and open up to other cognitive responses (new facilitating beliefs)

Integrate the notions of values and criteria that determine our personality

  • Define your values and build a hierarchy of criteria to identify what is important to you, particularly in achieving a goal.

Know how to modify the perception of a negative situation through reframing

  • Understand the three perceptual positions with different levels of distance from a situation (subject, interlocutor, observer)
  • Visit the three perceptual positions to perceive a situation in different ways and/or resolve conflicts

Understand the constituent parts of our identity

  • Understand structural reframing and how to intervene directly in an experiment
  • Using the three models of change through reframing
  • 6-step reframing to change undesirable behavior
  • Spatial reframing to deconstruct internal conflicts and create internal harmony
  • Visual Squash technique to create conciliation between opposing parties
  • Reframing to adopt a new resource

Learning the concept of the Milton Model to access unconscious resources

  • Define the components of the state of consciousness
  • Assimilate the Milton Method

Learn how to construct a metaphor to enable the change process

  • Identify the benefits of metaphors and create new resources
  • Recognize different forms of metaphors
  • Storytelling to achieve desired change



Playing with our abilities

Use our mental and sensory capacities to control our brain, emotions and behavior. Learn to de-program automatisms and reprogram new behaviors. Achieve clearly defined goals by knowing where to go and how to get there.

Sub-modalities and rapid change protocols:

  • Swish
  • Symptom defusing
  • Generating new behavior
  • Story change
  • Dissociation, double-dissociation

Creating a new perspective

Using reframing to change subjective experiencee

  • Linguistic reframing
  • Structural reframing

Working with the unconscious

Learn to use the language of the right brain.

Mobilize the imagination for creative and respectful support.

Develop an intervention that is closer to the unconscious world.

  • Beliefs and values
    • helpful and limiting beliefs
    • founding values
    • hierarchy of values
  • Metaphors or imaginary language
    • Composition of a metaphor
    • aims of metaphors
    • creating a metaphor
  • Ericksonian hypnosis
    • Milton language
    • Structure of the hypnotic state
    • Use of simple inductions and hypnotic support language


Our teaching approach combines tool presentations and practical exercises. Training is therefore essentially active and even playful. Our motto: there is no knowledge without experimentation!


Participants are invited to complete a pre-assessment form before the start of the course, and an evaluation questionnaire at the end, which will enable them to assess themselves and define an individual action plan.

Practitioner certification

Each participant is invited to write a paper testifying to his or her achievements and learning in NLP. A full day is devoted to the presentation of the work and validation exercises.


Coaches, organizational trainers, training and education professionals, psychologists, psychotherapists, etc.

Managers, directors, human resources managers.


Completion of the NLP Technician module (at CFIP or elsewhere). If you have taken an NLP training course (Intro, Technician or Practitioner) at another institute, admission to the course is subject to a prior telephone interview. Level equivalence is not automatic, and your admission depends on the program and content you have studied at another institute. Please specify this when you register.

Special needs

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