Practitioner in Neurolinguistic Programming


Present the tools necessary to become a Practitioner in NLP, enabling the participants to use these NLP tools as guides of action-taking.


  • Instill models and concepts of Neurolinguistic Programming into participants in order for them to produce changes in other people as well as themselves.
  • Participants will learn to incorporate concepts of NLP into their behavior while respecting the world model of other’s. Participants will also demonstrate behavior flexibility. They will be based on an ultra-perception of their own internal state as well as other’s. 
  • Resolve internal conflicts in order to communicate assertively and congruently.
  • Modify internal states that affect us in an quick and effective manner.
  • Obtain international certifications (International Community of Neurolinguistic Programming ICNLP, International Association of NLP Institute, NLP) that follow the standards of competency and ethics of the most prestigious Neurolinguistic Programming associations in the world.
  • Manage the patterns of Metamodel whenever it is appropriate.
  • Utilize the Milton model to produce trances.
  • Utilize metaphors.
  • Utilize feedback.
  • Flexibility in thinking in order to use chunking upwards or downwards.
  • Utilize reframing of contexts and content.
  • Know how to identify submodalities.
  • Build and maintain rapport.
  • Recognize and utilize visual access keys.
  • Utilize anchors.
  • Recognize and install anchors in all representational systems.
  • Anchor collapse.
  • Generate resource anchors.
  • Calibrate satisfactory emotional states.
  • Adjust the interventions you are producing for the future.
  • Adjustment and guide (verbal and nonverbal).
  • Utilize sensorial acuteness to auto-calibrate and calibrate others.
  • Utilize the Generator of New behaviors.
  • Utilize the pattern of visual/kinesthetic disassociation for fears or phobias.
  • Produce trances.
  • Utilize the Swish pattern.

Directed to

  • People interested in producing changes in their personal/professional lives.
  • People who wish to have instances of personal growth as well as intrapersonal spaces.
  • Professionals and executives from big, medium, or small businesses that work in human resources or managing people.
  • Business owners, professionals, psychologists, managers, and students who wish to improve their performance, concentration, or interrelation with others.

Any person that wishes to acquire a new profession and/or strengthen their activity as a Neurolinguistic Programming therapist with a Practitioner degree.