Building bridges – Embracing NLP for better mediation
88 Tavistock Place
London, WC1H 9RS
Strictly, Neuro Linguistic Programming (or NLP) is the study of the structure of subjective experience. NLP techniques are being used extensively in all areas where people interact with each other. Given that the parties in dispute are interpreting the same experience differently, an understanding of the structure of those experiences gives mediators timely and powerful opportunities for facilitating change – faster than working without them.
This workshop aims to introduce mediators to relevant NLP theory and techniques in order for them to become more effective in their mediation practice.
Facilitator: Trevor Horne:
Born in the UK, Trevor is an international personal and business coach, NLP master practitioner, mediator, trainer, and writer. Initially trained in civil and commercial mediation in London, he now practises community mediation in Devon.
He has trained mediators with Devon and Somerset Law Society, Devon Mediation Service, the Mediators’ Institute of Ireland and the College of Mediators in London. His co-written book, ‘Building Bridges – Embracing NLP for better mediation,’ was published in 2015.
Through his experience, Trevor has found that NLP really makes a difference in mediation.
Creating and holding that space for people to find their own solutions is the key to a sustainable outcome.