Currently in keeping an open EAP culture, the official EANLPt country board meetings are open for bona fide NLPt therapists as observers, space permitting. A small fee my be charged for the conference to cover location costs. If you are from one of the abovementioned countries, please contact your local representative or contact us to get you in contact with them. If there is no national organization or local representative, we strongly encourage you to build up your National Association for NLPt and become represented in the EANLPt. 

 

Future conference #1: 10.-13.05.2018, Bucharest (Romania): 

"Psychotherapy Case Studies in NLPt: from practice to the science. Practice, methods and results."

We invite you to participate!

 

Coorganized with Universitatea Ecologica București 
and support of the members of Asociația NLP Professional
 


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Call For Papers

VENUE: Universitatea Ecologica BucurestiBd.Vasile Milea nr.1G, Bucuresti

ACCOMODATION: Hotel Ambiance*** or Hotel Orhideea** 

SERVICE FEE: conference service charge for Saturday: FREE entrance with online REGISTRATION

​CONFERENCE LANGUAGE: the conference will be held in English & Romanian (translation in English)

 

 Conference Program - Saturday, 12.05.2018 

9.45 - 10.30 Catalin Zaharia (România): Research from RCT to Case Studies: a NLPt approach
Psychotherapy research is needed to improve the quality of the service provided by practitioner and mainly to assure the client that it gets what is said and provide customer protection against mal praxis. Various models of research applied in psychotherapy were being applied as in the science applied in natural sciences. NLP started in ‘70s as a exploratory research of the effective psychotherapists and aimed to propose a meta-theoretical approach in psychotherapy. In order to prove the effectiveness of a methodology outcome research was proposed and applied in NLP&NLPt field, including ‘the golden standard’ of Random Control Trials. An overview of the quantitative research in NLP& NLPt was needed to see the actual status of the effectiveness of the NLP& NLPt models applied in the work with the clients and so a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis was conducted by EANLPt colleagues.
In the same time day by day practice means one to one interaction where change can be seen also in the qualitative aspects of psychotherapy practice.
 
about Cătălin Zaharia: 
Catalin Zaharia, MD, PhDc, Neuro Linguistic Psychotherapist and teaching psychotherapist, Psychiatrist, Bionegineer – Health Care Management and Medical Informatics. President of EANLPt, vice chair of Science and Research Committee of European Association for Psychotherapy, has also expertize in Talent Management training and coaching, Innovation & Creativity.

10.30 - 11.15 Cathrine Tamisier (France): When the violence becomes a drug
It’s not usual to consider the violence as a drug and even less than an addiction… This study case demonstrate how a man can built his existence about violence drive satisfaction while nothing predestinates him for becoming in his way.
This too an excellent way to present the environment influence problem and to explore the NLPt intervention modalities and the possibilities field.

about Catherine Tamisier: Psychologist, psychotherapist – NLP and hypnosis trainer (Society of NLP) – European Certificate for Psychotherapy older – Vice president EANLPt

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11.15 - 11.45 coffee break
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11.45 - 12.30 Ludger Brüning (Germany): Case by case. Gregory Batesons steps to systemic thinking
Conditionality and relativity of points of view, multi-perspective descriptions, meta-positions, observations of structures of social behaviour and the reflection of the role of the observer were prerequisites and important steps to constructivism and systemic thinking.
Hardly anybody else mirrors in his personal development the change of essential mind sets and points of view in 20th century sciences as much as Gregory Bateson, starting from biology and zoology, changing to anthropology, influencing sociological discussions, inspiring inter- and transdisciplinary thinking and revolutionizing approaches in psychology, learning and communication theory. Frequently ahead of time, he appeared to contemporaries often as off track, appreciated in special circles, disputed or ignored in many others until the tides of time made him – unintentionally - a guru of the late 1960s and a regent of the University of California system.
The presentation will follow his path from cultural relativism and multi-perspective descriptions of natives and movies to applied schismogenesis, cybernetics and double bind theory, to affiliations with MRI and the anti-psychiatry movement and to Kresge College. Did this have anything to do with the beginnings of NLP?

about Ludger Brüning: Dr. Ludger Brüning, M.A.(USA) started in the field of humanities. Since 1987, he is working in different fields of adult education, since 2002 as a trainer and coach. He served as a member of the executive boards of the European Coaching Association (ECA) and the German Association of NLP (DVNLP), as delegate to the European Association of NLP (EANLP), and as a member of the scientific advisory boards of DVNLP and EANLP. Currently, he is a member of the advisory board of ECA.

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13:15 - 15:15 lunch break
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15:15 - 16.00 Melita Reiner (Croatia):  NLPt Supervision Format for Case Studies
Psychotherapy supervision is regarded as a key means by which therapist trainees learn to become effective psychotherapists. It is typically an integral part of training in form of group and individual supervision of case studies, and in order to concretize specific and meaningful supervisory encounters a template has been developed with the aim to provide a useful frame to reflect upon and document various aspects of therapeutic work, combining basic anamnestic data and questions which reflect the process-oriented and sensory-based approach of NLPt.

about Melita Reiner: Melita Reiner, M.Sc., specialist in clinical psychology, psychotherapist (ECP), EMDR practitioner, Director of the Croatian-Austrian Training Center for NLPt in Zagreb, Croatia. Melita was trained in NLP and NLPt by Peter Schuetz and the Trainer-Team of the Austrian Training Center in Vienna and she currently conducts NLPt trainings in Croatia, Austria and Romania and works as a psychotherapist in private practice in Zagreb, Croatia.


16.00 - 16.45 Anca Petrescu (România): Generalized anxiety and trauma with NLPt
A young woman of 25 yo enters the therapeutic process with generalized anxiety, panic attacks and somatoform symptoms. Behind the symptoms there were identified 3 different traumas happened in early childhood (7 months of age), early puberty (13 years old) and young adult age (19 years old). 2 years after the client started the therapeutic process with NLPt, she can deal autonomously with her life in a good, resourceful state, which includes a successful entrepreneurial project, support for the schizophrenic mother and breaking up with man she had been in a toxic-dependent relationship for 3 years. The therapeutic process included working with a series of NLPt techniques including but not limited to goal model (SCORE), inner parts, timeline, belief change techniques and systemic family process. 

about Anca Petrescu: Anca Petrescu, Neurolinguistic Psychotherapist in supervision, Romania. Anca (45 yo) has worked in corporations in HR roles (from recruiter to manager) until she discovered NLP in 2008. Since then she has been in training and working as coach and then as psychotherapist. She finished Practitioner and Master Practitioner (1st and 2nd year of NLP curricula) and currently undergoing last 2 years of the Professional level as NLPt under supervision in Bucharest. She is kinaesthetic and visual: she paints and swims and also likes cats. 

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16:45 - 17:15 coffee break
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17.15 - 18.00 dr. Peter Schutz (Austria):  Evidence
Evidence is a key concept both in NLP/NLPt outcome work and in evaluation of the quality of the students work. Since 1995 we had very good experiences in checklist based video clips , both evaluated by the client & her patient , the client & its peergoups and the trainers feedback. The checklist on the specific: Outcome criteria of the client Continuous rapport and pacing, adequate handling of linguistic and nonverbal patterns, state management, use of externalization by wooden blocks, present & desired state differentiation, management of good intention and prices , rating of systemic consequences, organization and Integration of resources including the relevant interventions, use of open questions and quality of interventions has proven to be immensely successful both didactically and in quality feedback for the students.

about Peter Schutz: Peter Schutz, PhD., MBA came in contact with NLP 1983 after finishing his group psychotherapy training. He works as an NLP trainer since 1989 in Austria and central Europe. Peter is government accredited coach, health psychologist and mediator CMC, M.Sc, MBA, teaching psychotherapist for group therapy and NLPt. He also teaches EMDR and serves as secretary general of EANLPt

18:00 - 18:45 panel of all presenters and feedback from the audience



Preliminary PROGRAMME for EANLPt executives & guests

Thursday, 10.05.2018
18:30 welcome drink and get together for all presenters, EANLPt executive and special guests


Friday, 11.05.2018
10:15 - 12:45 city tour
13:30 - 15:00 Executive lunch
15:00 - 16:00 country board - open for all interested
16:00 - 18:30 research intervision - open for all interested
19:30 joint dinner 

Saturday, 12.05.2018 - conference day
9.45 - 18.00 presentations
20:00 - 22:00 dinner for presenters, EANLPt executive and special guests 

Sunday, 13.05.2018

10.00 executive breakfast and debriefing

 

Future conference #2: 26.-28.10.2018, Hamburg (Germany)

in cooperation with DVNLP

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e-mail: info@eanlpt.org

 

 

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