Timeline Therapy Practitioner Course Outline
What Time Line Therapy® Training Teaches You
Time Line Therapy® training will teach you a collection of techniques that allow you to gain emotional control over your life. Inappropriate emotional reactions, such as bursts of anger, periods of apathy, depression, sadness, anxiety, and chronic fear, are responsible for preventing people from achieving the quality of life they desire. Limiting decisions, such as “I’m not good enough,” “I’ll never be rich,” or “I don’t deserve a great marriage,” create false limitations and hamper your ability to create reachable and attainable goals and outcomes. The specific collection of techniques called Time Line Therapy® produces long-lasting transformation very quickly and easily. These powerful Time Line Therapy® Techniques are becoming the method of choice to make fast, effective, long-term changes in behavior.
Be free from your past, create your future! Make it so with Time Line Therapy®.
Why Study Time Line Therapy ®?
While many people study Time Line Therapy® techniques for their own personal growth and development, they are also of the utmost value to the professional. There are many people that use NLP, but regardless of profession, the majority of NLP participants are searching, and finding, better and more effective ways to increase their performance and improve their effectiveness. Here’s how studying Time Line Therapy® can help:
• Managers and Entrepreneurs use the information to develop strong team work and relationships, and to foster positive interpersonal skills. Negotiations and problem solving sessions are enhanced to create solution-oriented, win-win approaches.
• Salespeople learn to build deep levels of rapport, elicit and fulfill the criteria and values of clients, and develop effective methods for handling buyer’s remorse or future objections so the sales relationship is long-term and mutually satisfying.
• Trainers and Educators learn new paradigms for inspiring and engaging students, as well as effective techniques for dealing with challenging learning environments