Expert Panel: NLP & NLPt
Therapy Stream – Saturday 29th April @ 14:30pm
There is a difference between swimming and not sinking; and between swimming in shallow waters and deep waters. This is an exploration on the difference between Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and Neurolinguistic Pyschotherapy (NLPt)
Lisa de Rijk, Martin Weaver & Sharon Rooke
Lisa de Rijk (Wake) has a track record of working in the public, private and third sector as a Trainer, Coach, Change Management Consultant and Supervisor. Author of Neurolinguistic Psychotherapy: A Postmodern Perspective; The Role of Brief Therapies in Attachment Disorder; and NLP Principles in Practice, and lead editor for The Clinical Effectiveness of Neurolinguistic Programming. Lisa has served as Chair and Vice Chair of UKCP and is advisor to Association of NLP
Martin Weaver has worked for 20 years as a UKCP registered NLP Psychotherapist also a Supervisor and trainer in private practice. He is qualified to Master Practitioner standard in NLP and is an INLPTA certified NLP trainer. He holds a Postgraduate Certificate in the supervision of counsellors from the University of Birmingham.
Sharon Rooke studied Neuro Linguistic Programming and Hypnotherapy for a number of years, as Practitioner, Master Practitioner, Coach, Master Coach, Clinical Hypnotherapist. Elected on to the board of directors for NLPtCA in 2010, Sharon has been Chair from 2014. For UKCP, she has an Executive Role at College (Constructivist and Existentialist College), with a lead in Ethics.