Introduction to NLP - Level 1
Introduction to NLP - Level 1
Only for Adults. Participants will be involved in the study of selections from classic Jewish texts taken from Torah, Midrash, Talmud, and Halakha which are based on principles shared in the world of NLP thinking.
Thursdays 11 am-12:30 pm - 4 sessions
This “Introduction to NLP” course is divided into 2 parts. Each part has 4 weekly Zoom meetings, each one of an hour and a half duration. Part 1 provides information about the origin of NLP, as well as a presentation of basic NLP ideas and concepts with a focus on how they can impact our lives. Part 2 is a continuation of part 1 and is more experiential, including the use of Guided Imagery, NLP tools and techniques, and learning of additional NLP concepts and practice.
What is NLP? Neuro-Linguistic Programing is an extraordinary tool for achieving our personal goals. It focuses on emotions, thoughts and behavior and provides tools and mechanisms for making changes in a wide variety of human endeavors. Use of NLP concepts and tools has become one of the most significant directions for achieving personal transformation. NLP has application in areas as diverse as parenting, employment, interpersonal relations, personal satisfaction, phobias, personal habits and much more. Its impact has been felt in fields from art to science, from sports to business.
This Introduction to NLP will provide a first insight into the roots of NLP and its potential for personal growth and change. You will learn some of the ways that NLP “thinks”, and you will learn tools that you can apply with yourself and with others.
Who is eligible to enroll in this course? Part 1 of this course is open to everyone, there are no requirements other than your curiosity! Participation in Part 2 is limited to those who have studied Part 1.
Who might be interested in this course?
If you have said to yourself, “”If only I could….” Or “If only I could stop ….”, then acquaintance with this powerful tool may be just what you are looking for.
If you have a feeling of obstacles in your path, or of not following through on working towards your goal, this introduction to NLP may put you in a positive direction.
If you have said to yourself “”I feel stuck in parts of my life. “Or “I am not satisfied with my work setting and want to make a change but I don’t do it.” Or “I want to improve my interpersonal relationships, but something seems to stop me”, then you may wish to learn this course to acquire new skills to assist you.
About the Instructor: Rabbi Shlomo Tucker was born in the US, where he received most of his professional training. He is an educator and teacher and has served as a congregational and educational leader. He is a graduate of the Jewish Theological Seminary in NY, and his career has focused on Jewish education and congregational leadership, with experience both in North America and in Israel, where he now lives. He has served as mentor and consultant for students and clergy. He is the past Dean of the Schechter Rabbinical Seminary. He is also a highly trained NLP Master Practitioner and Trainer with a private clinic in Jerusalem and with expertise in Guided Imagery. He has been teaching NLP in various formats for over 10 years.