39th EANLPt Conference - Amsterdam (Netherlands)

 

Op 10, 11 en 12 april 2015 organiseerde de Europese Associatie voor Neuro Linguïstische Psychotherapie haar internationale congres in samenwerking met NLP Meesterschap en de Nederlandse Academie voor Psychotherapie in Amsterdam. Hieronder kun je nalezen wat er op deze interessante en leerzame dag heeft plaatsgevonden.

"Patterns"

a non profit scientific NLPt conference

Definitions and recognizing relevant patterns - Teaching Pattern detection.

Workshop dag Europese Associatie voor Neuro Linguïstische Psychotherapie

Op zaterdag 11 april 2015 wordt het openbare gedeelte van het congres gehouden op de Nederlandse Academie voor Psychotherapie in Amsterdam. Op deze dag kunnen deelnemers genieten van een keur van workshops van bekende nationale en internationale NLP trainers en NLPt therapeuten als bijvoorbeeld Lucas Derks (o.a. bekend van zijn sociaal panorama) en Peter Schuetz (een van de grondleggers van de NLP gebaseerde Neuro Linguïstische Psychotherapie).

Inloop die dag vanaf 09.00 uur. het programma start om 09.30 uur en zal om 19.00 uur eindigen. Kosten voor deze dag vol interessante workshops inclusief lunch zijn 30 euro voor alle deelnemers. Meer informatie vinden jullie op de website van NLP Meesterschap.
Voor alle (oud)studenten van de Nederlandse Academie voor Psychotherapie geldt dat wij jullie graag kennis willen laten maken met deze bijzondere toepassingsvorm van NLP. Voor alle (oud)studenten geldt dat als jullie je opgeven voor deze workshop voor donderdag 9 april, de workshop dag inclusief lunch jullie 20 euro in plaats van 30 euro kost. Opgeven voor deze workshopdag kan door een mailtje te sturen aan wijnand@nlpmeesterschap.nl.

 

Workshop programma:


saturday, 11.04.2015 - conference day

09.00 - 09.30 Registration

09.30 - 09.45 Welcome by Catalin Zaharia (EANLPt president) and the conference committee

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09.45 - 10.30 Lucas A. C. Derks: "The Feed Forward Theory of Consciousness Revisited"

From 1982 to 1986 I was fully occupied studying why NLP’s resources had such a healing effect.Together wit Robert Goldblatt I tried to get a manuscript published about this theme. We saw it as a bridge between clinical NLP and academic psychology. The theory was focussing on how processes of association that were stuck could be brought back in forward motion with the help of resources. In fact it was a general theory about the working of the mind, that explains consciousness, emotion and learning. The publisher rejected our book saying: “too ambitious”. After 30 years academic psychology still misses some of the points made in this 30 year old view. I could refresh the theory to make it fit our current age of neuro-imaging.It is still what I keep in the back of my head when I work with my clients. The theory is just as complex as the human mind. It gives many explanations from a neuropsychological view for what we NLP-ers do and are familiar with.

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10.30 - 11.15 Catalin Zaharia: "topic to be announced soon"

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11.15 - 11.45 Catharine Tamisier: "“Pics experiences” as ressources pattern"

Each of us have heard something about mindfulness, meditation, yoga… This fashionable in the area of Psychotherapy and personal development. In the Western psychology, Abraham Maslow was one of the first, with Carl Jung and Roberto Assagioli, who talked about and utilized those experiences during the psychotherapy.

Examining them from the point of view of NLP, which support can they be to NLPt ?

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11.45 - 12.15 coffee & network break

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12.15 - 13.00 Wijnand van Colle & Jan Rademaker: "Jerome Frank, the meta pattern that covers all change patterns"

Jerome Frank researched many different approaches/modalities regarding change. From Psycho Analyses to Shamanistic approaches. Frank noted that all those approaches/modalities had their successes. From this he concluded that there 4 meta steps that are similar for all those approaches/modalitiesIn this presentation Jan en Wijnand will go in to his studies, his conclusions and the 4 meta pattern steps.

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13.00 - 13.45 Birgit Bader: "Principles or patterns? Anyway: Basic resources for wellbeing"

In my work as clinical psychotherapist I made the observations that very often the “missing link” of general principles might be responsible for a lot of “diagnoses” and suffering of life. Maybe I discovered a pattern to make a general check up before psychotherapy, so that you know which general resources are available or have to be installed first. I will show you the “Metakompetenzcheck” – a questionnaire that I developed. I would like to know what you think about it. It is work in progress what I am talking about.

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13.45 - 15.00 lunch break

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15.00 - 15.45 Claudine Marchand: "Embodied Patterns"

Patterns can be analyzed at a verbal level with the various NLP tools. How do we embody our patterns in daily life? Often we don’t express them with words, but prefer to keep them embedded in our bodies, in the tensions or paresthesia of our muscles.This presentation will lead you to experiment in yourself the patterns you are holding and explore how to release them. This experience will allow you to transfer your new understanding immediately into your client work.

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15.45 - 16.30 Nick Kemp: "Patterns"

This short presentation will give a brief overview of how to use provocation to assist in useful client change. I will detail the 27 PCW stances I use to provoke client change and how these can be incorporated with metaphor exploration and challenge for a variety of client conditions. PCW is influenced by working and studying closely with Frank Farrelly the creator of Provocative Therapy and having worked in the field of personal development for three decade

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16.30 - 17.00 coffee & network break

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17.00 - 17.45 Peter Schuetz: "Patterns: structure, detection and teaching. A big challenge."

How do we define patterns, repetition of elements – by colour, for similarity, speed, contrast, (unconscious) behaviour. How do we detect them? How do we teach the detection and utilisation? What are the personal prerequisites of NLP/NLPt students to better work with patterns?

A prestudy of modelling does point in the direction, that a mix of metafilters and chunking styles might be most relevant.

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17.45 - 18.30 Marta Karpinska-Makowska, Sylwia Woronowicz: "The schema of symptom formation and maintenance as a psychotherapy tool to ensure better understanding of the psychopathology mechanism and planning the psychotherapy process, as well as a clarifying, motivating and change-programming tool in the initial phase of the psychotherapy process."

The Symptom Formation Schema by Karpinska-Makowska and Woronowicz is a visual and kinesthetic form that describes the mechanism of formation and maintenance of a symptom. It shows the symptom in two contexts: that of a causes syndrome and a syndrome of factors that maintaining the symptom

It is used as a tool to enable the psychotherapist to gain a better understanding of the psychopathological mechanisms and to plan psychotherapeutic interventions. It is also a useful roadmap used as part of psychotherapeutic supervision: it orders information and enables the person undergoing supervision to monitor the supervision process more effectively, to diagnose problems more accurately and make more reliable choices concerning psychotherapeutic tools

This schema also explains, motivates and programs change. By using a simple drawing the patient can understand why and what is happening to him and learn what will the psychotherapeutic interventions consist in. This increases the patient's sense of security, his belief that change is possible, confidence in the competence of the psychotherapist, motivation to change and psychotherapeutic work. By using this visual pattern together with explanations and numerous presuppositions, we can program the change and influence the expected results, and thus ensure a good start for the psychotherapy process.

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18.30 - 19.00 panel of all presenters and feedback from the audience

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19.00 - 19.15 close down metaphor from the conference committee

 

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