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An interesting video interview of Dr Michael Yapko by Angela Trainer from the Harvest Clinic in Glasgow talking about the use of Hypnosis in Psychosomatic Medicine …. we thought it worth sharing …
This is the third in our Practitioners Corner series, where you get to read or hear about what individuals have been up to since there training and how they use their NLP ….
Please click link to access the information … Practitioners Corner – Marie (PDF)
Edited from original article in German via swimswam.com
Last month, German newspaper Darmstädter Tagblatt published an interview with one of Germany’s best swimmers, breaststroke champion Marco Koch. Koch is a 2013 silver medalist at the World Championships in Barcelona and the 2014 European Champion – both in the 200 m breaststroke. The 25 year old Koch ranked 3rd in world this year in the 200 m breaststroke with a 2:08,57. Continue reading
So Chris Froome has become the first Brit ever to win Le Tour de France … twice.
It’s an extraordinary achievement – both mentally and physically – in what is arguably one the world’s toughest sporting events. Continue reading
Is it encouraging mental toughness or a risk to drop out rates?
As a Sport Psychologist, one of the questions that I often get asked by coaches on our NLP sport practitioner courses, is about how we encourage junior athletes to ‘play up’ a level to encourage a greater level of responsibility and mental toughness and to get them comfortable in playing outside of their comfort zone. Continue reading
This is the second in our Practitioners Corner series, where you get to read or hear about what individuals have been up to since there training and how they use their NLP ….
Please click link to access the information … Practitioners Corner – Rob Sears (PDF)
Ever get the feeling that you’re losing the plot? That what you thought was happening, wasn’t? Or that what wasn’t happening, was? I think we’ve all been there at some point in our lives, and this comes down to not only how we look at things and our map of the world, but also those unconscious drivers that we have in our lives and that shape how we think and feel, and our beliefs and values about what’s really important to us in our lives. Continue reading
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