Coaching and Therapeutic Applications of PCW

A Two Day Workshop with Nick Kemp

Sat 22nd – Sun 23rd June 2019, IBIS New Street, Birmingham, UK.

This is a two day Provocative Change Works training for those interested in developing real life skills for working with clients as well exploring the PCW model

Here is some of what is included

  • Exploring the nature of “problem states” and how best to assist clients
  • Watching live member of the public client session using PCW
  • In depth exploration of how to use visual and auditory drivers in client work
  • Developing improvised skills to work in the here and now
  • Using the 27 PCW stances for effective coaching and therapeutic work
  • How to set up and run a client session
  • Typical mistakes made by coaches and therapists and how to avoid them
  • Discussion of the psycho education of clients and the importance of working conversationally
  • Using PCW to enhance communication
  • Exploring how the nature of “problem states” and how best to assist clients

 

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Just £339

(Normal Price  £397)

£100 deposit secures your place (balance due by 15th May 2019)

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This is an intensive weekend and an opportunity to develop precise skills. The group size is limited to 20 participants and initial places will be offered to previous PCW workshop attendees.

About Nick Kemp

Nick Kemp has been involved in the field of personal change for over thirty years, having studied many forms of communication and personal development, including Hypnosis, Provocative Therapy and NLP. Nick works on a group and individual basis for professional and personal work. He runs a successful private practice, and also provides business trainings to companies by appointment. 

In 2004 Nick Kemp met Frank Farrelly, (creator of Provocative Therapy and influence on the creators of NLP) and began an intensive training with him to become one of a very small number of Farrelly internationally approved Provocative Therapy Trainers. As well as teaching classic Provocative Therapy (PCW), Nick has created his own Provocative Change Works approach which he teaches internationally as well as with private clients. 

Who is this training for?

This training is for anyone wanting to improve their communication skills, whether working as a coach, practitioner, therapist, trainer or in any other capacity. The PCW model works well in areas of business, coaching, therapy and personal development. There are no prerequisites required to undertake the training. 

Nick has taught this PCW approach in 13 overseas countries as well as the UK. He also runs two very successful private clinics in the UK and to date has concluded over 7000 hours of using PCW with private clients.

Where will the training be held?

The training will be held at the IBIS Birmingham New Street Station in a modern and light training room.  The venue is located in the centre of Birmingham making it exceptionally easy to reach.  Being in the heart of England, Birmingham benefits from excellent transport routes and is easily accessible from within the UK. The main railway station, Birmingham New Street is just three minutes walk from the hotel and Birmingham International Airport is just one stop on the train making this an excellent location for both UK residents and international attendees.

Timing: Sat. 22nd June 09:30- 18:00 & Sun. 23rd June 09:00-17:00

 

 

The format of the training

The training will be highly interactive and incorporate teaching alongside many practical exercises. Nick will do a number of demonstrations of aspects of Provocative Change Works throughout the workshop which will allow demonstration subjects to experience a 1 to 1 session with Nick.  Nicks’ workshops are enlightening and very much fun.

Watch Nick working with an attendee at a UK training:

More about the training

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Just £339

for the first 10 Bookings Only (Normal Price  £397)

OR Pay a Deposit
£100 deposit secures your place (balance due by 15th May 2019)

More about Nick

Nick Kemp has been involved in the field of personal change for over thirty years, having studied many forms of communication and personal development, including Hypnosis, Provocative Therapy and NLP.  Between 1980 and 1998 he taught workshops on personal development. Nick works on a group and individual basis for professional and personal work. He runs a successful private practice, and also provides business trainings to companies by appointment. In 2004 Nick Kemp met Frank Farrelly, (creator of Provocative Therapy and influence on the creators of NLP) and began an intensive training with him to become one of a very small number of Farrelly internationally approved Provocative Therapy Trainers.

Nick and Frank became firm friends, co presenting at Provocative Therapy events as well as spending far too many hours watching classic movies at Nick’s home cinema in Leeds, West Yorkshire. Nick set up The Association for Provocative Therapy (AFPT), and released “Provocative Change Works for Phobias”, which was the first of a number of DVD sets with commentary from Frank Farrelly himself. As well as teaching classic Provocative Therapy (PCW), Nick has created his own Provocative Change Works approach which he teaches internationally as well as with private clients.

In 2006 Nick was a guest for 26 consecutive weeks on BBC Radio working with clients live on the air. Individuals would be invited to contact the show, and Nick would then work with them and they would then report back, all within the one hour time frame of the show itself.  In recent years he runs in house trainings for business as well as his own Provocative Change Works trainings for the public in Asia, USA and Europe

 

Nick has contributed a chapter on Provocative Change Works to “Innovations in NLP ” published by Crown House Publishing where he outlines how this approach can be used to produce lasting client change.  He also contributed to Steve Andreas’s “Transforming Negative Self Talk” explaining his voice tempo exercise for resolving anxiety problems. In 2013 he created the first ever PCW practitioner piloted to medics in Japan interested in his work.

As well as providing face to face PCW training workshops, in 2016, Nick started a unique one to one PCW development platform which provides training, coaching and support for those wanting to use PCW in their work.

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