I want to introduce you to the iNLP Training Center (iNLPCenter.org.), if you are unfamiliar with it. The Center offers a wealth of courses on neuro-linguistic programming. I have completed most of them.
In truth, this website would not exist if it were not for strategies learned in the iNLP Center’s Practitioner Training. I had dreamed of a website for years; but, found every reason and excuse in the world to keep myself from moving forward. Then, I learned NLP tools that allowed me to set aside the negative self-talk and move forward. One month later, the website was online!
For this introduction, let’s talk about the 7 Upsides and 1 Downside of the iNLP Center, as I see it.
iNLP Center: 7 UPSIDES
- Integrity. What drew me to the site in the first place was Mike Bundrant’s honesty and forthrightness regarding what to expect in terms of NLP and the training: it’s not a cure-all and it does take effort. I appreciated the iNLP Center’s “no-hype” policy.
- Online NLP Practitioner and Master Practitioner Training. I completed these NLP certifications initially. The courses were well organized and user-friendly. I found the material practical and easy to apply in my life and my work with clients.
- Personal Development Program. The iNLP Center offers a comprehensive personal development program. I found the information in the modules to be very useful, especially the one on Psychological Attachments, which presents a unique perspective on self-sabotage.
- Additional Courses. Since I completed the original courses, other courses have been added, such as:
- Trainer of Trainers
- Life Coaching
- NLP for Addictions
- Experience. The co-founder and lead trainer, Mike Bundrant, has been in the business for over 25 years and is very knowledgeable. He made it clear that anytime I had questions, he would see to it that I got answers. And he did!
- Online Learning Modules. The modules were easy to understand and well-written. They are updated regularly. The online format allowed me to take the courses at my leisure and when I had time. This was “a must” for me.
- Experience-oriented and Meaningful. I learned how to use the techniques by doing them. The “stealth mission” required me to apply them throughout the course of my normal day and work.
The downside I experienced with the iNLP Center was a lack of live classroom experience. However, that downside has vanished. Live webinars, which provide advanced use of the strategies are offered weekly, live classrooms are offered daily to discuss the various tools, and a private FaceBook group is available for support. Now, I can think of no downsides.
In my professional opinion, every mental health professional should have the NLP tools in their toolbox and every person will benefit from them. So, I wanted to share my experience and the site with you: iNLPCenter.org.