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16: Interview With James Tripp

16: Interview With James Tripp

James Tripp is an internationally recognised and respected Personal Adaptedness coach, developmental hypnotist and teacher of self-mastery, hypnosis and influential communication. Coming from a diverse background including philosophy, music, martial arts, movement culture and NLP, James is also the developer of the critically acclaimed Hypnosis Without Trance approach to hypnosis. Beyond working with private clients, James has run workshops internationally and his London and UK workshops typically draw students from around the world. He has also consulted in the fields of sales, education and business leadership. He is currently ‘on the road’ – traveling the world for one year with his family (wife and our two daughters), on a mission to explore and experiment with living in different countries and to grow developmentally both individually and as a family – but will be back in the UK to present at the Hypnosis Convention.

15: Interview With Phil Jeremiah

15: Interview With Phil Jeremiah

Phil has been providing training, one-to-one interventions in the UK and Europe. For almost three decades he was also a Senior Mental Health Practitioner Approved under The Mental Health Act 1983 and has extensive training and a wealth of experience in the fields of Adult Psychiatry/Clinical Risk Assessment.

Phil moved over two decades ago to working for himself in Psychotherapy, Clinical Hypnosis, Brief-Strategic Therapy, Neuro Linguistic Programming, Emotional Freedom Technique, Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Life Coaching in Corporate Business settings. Phil worked originally and extensively with Frank Farrelly Father of Provocative Therapy which is the serious use of humour in assisting people with their problems and issues. Phil has now updated and developed this work to assist and help people and has his own unique methodologies, using the very serious use of humour too bring about change. His workshops are filled with laughter and fun.

14: Interview With Richard Bolstad

14: Interview With Richard Bolstad

Richard Bolstad trains NLP Practitioners and trainers in the Americas, Europe, Asia and Australasia. He has written over 12 books on NLP, and his books are translated into 10 languages. His book “Transforming Communication” has been a core text in several New Zealand university programs. He has been a personal trainer for some top New Zealand business and sports people, including leading New Zealand triathlete Steve Gurney, who says “A BIG thanks to you Richard for the NLP work we did. I’m astounded at how quickly you arrive at a solution. It totally turns my thinking around 180 degrees to a resolved and determined attitude. A much more positive state. Race day was incredibly enjoyable and it was just a breeze. Powerful stuff.”

Steve Andreas, co-developer of NLP and author of “NLP: The New Technology of Achievement” says “Richard Bolstad is one of the finest NLP trainers I know. Besides being personable, engaging, and high energy, he is very skilled, with a rare breadth and depth of knowledge.” Joseph O’Connor, author of “Successful Selling With NLP”, and “Practical NLP For Managers”, says “Richard’s work will leave you with a deeper knowledge of NLP, whether you are already familiar with the field or not.”

“Having worked in the training and communications field for more than 20 years I have experienced a great number of trainers and speakers, but very few great speakers and trainers. Richard Bolstad is one of those great presenters. His absolute credibility is the result of a depth and breadth of knowledge gained internationally and nationally…

13: Interview with Felix Economakis

13: Interview with Felix Economakis

Felix is a chartered psychologist, clinical hypnotherapist and NLP Master Practitioner. He has demonstrated rapid-change therapy using clinical hypnosis with a 100% success rate with hyper-phobics on BBC3’s “The Panic Room”, as well using more conventional psychological approaches as on the TV show “Freaky Eaters”.

Felix believes in leading by example so in the course of his TV work he has variously walked over burning coals, jumped out of a plane, broken through a 2 inch wooden board with the palm of his hand, and held all manner of tarantulas, snakes and giant hissing cockroaches to illustrate how we can all learn to manage our anxiety.

Asides from these more dramatic displays of therapy for fears and phobias, Felix has been interviewed on radio and on dozens of articles on the most common psychological conditions affecting modern society: chronic anxiety, stress, depression, addictions, relationship conflicts and the feeling that something is missing is life. He remains passionate about promoting the benefits of modern integrative therapy in all these areas and has written a book on how the relationship between the conscious and unconscious mind determines our emotional and mental health…

12: Interview With Mark Tyrrell

12: Interview With Mark Tyrrell

Mark is an experienced therapist and a gifted trainer and speaker who regularly writes on psychology with a difference. UncommonHelp is his self help guide website. Mark is the co-founder of Hypnosis Downloads, the leading provider of hypnosis downloads, with over 800 self help audio sessions on every kind of psychological issue. Each session is scrupulously researched, carefully crafted, and professionally recorded. A constant stream of testimonials bears witness to the consistently high quality of his work.

At the Hypnosis Download blog Mark writes about the underpinnings of individual sessions, while his monthly newsletter Inspired Minds offers psychological insights to 150,000 subscribers. Mark is also co-founder and Creative Director of Uncommon Knowledge and helped establish a highly regarded diploma course in evidence-based hypnotherapy and psychotherapy. He has trained thousands of therapists.

A keen promoter of the benefits of online training, Mark has worked to put all Uncommon Knowledge therapy training programs online. He is constantly developing new courses. He has produced several hypnosis DVDs and CDs and taster videos. Mark writes a therapy techniques blog with his thoughts on psychology training (and everything else)…

11: Interview With Jaap Hollander

11: Interview With Jaap Hollander

Jaap is a Psychologist, Author, NLP Trainer, Provocative Trainer & MindSonar Founder.

Jaap is co-owner of the Institute for Eclectic Psychology, IEP, together with his wife and colleague Anneke Meijer. The IEP is Holland’s oldest NLP institute (12.000+ people trained). Robert Dilts has been teaching for the IEP for 35 years.

He authored eleven books, amongst them ‘Essentials of NLP’ (Dutch, with Lucas Derks), ‘Provocative Coaching’ (English) and ‘Trance and Magic’ (Dutch, about modelling trance rituals in Brazil). He was on the Dutch Quote top 500 business advisors list for as long as it existed. He is a member of the NLP Leadership Summit.

Jaap studied with the founder of provocative therapy, Frank Farrelly, for more than 25 years. He developed a system (called the ‘Farrelly Factors’) for teaching provocative coaching. In the Netherlands he teaches a one year training course in provocative coaching together with Jeffrey Winberg…

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