--that significantly obstruct their ability to change. These beliefs aren’t simply cognitive errors, but emerge from early experiences that form their life narratives. In this workshop, we’ll focus on how to help clients identify these beliefs and their origins by tuning in to the emotional and somatic states they trigger. We’ll then explore how to use this new awareness as a “bridge” to self-empowering beliefs that can transform their identities. You’ll leave the workshop with simple, elegant tools to help clients shift from self-destructive beliefs to ones that incorporate a sense of capability, self-assurance, and hope for the future.
Robert Dilts is one of the developers of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), a model of human behavior, learning, and communication. He’s authored and coauthored numerous books, including Beliefs: Pathways to Health and Well-Being and more recently, The Hero’s Journey: A Voyage of Self-Discoveryand NLP II: The Next Generation.