NLP & Neuroscience

Professor of Applied Neuroscience Patricia Riddell.
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1-day course in NLP & Neuroscience with Professor of Applied Neuroscience Patricia Riddell

Bygdøy, Oslo

Continued Professional Development (CPD)

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The Art and Science of Neuroscience - practical applications

Nordic Coach & NLP Academy (NOCNA) is a leading Scandinavian provider of quality trainings within the fields of Neuro Linguistic Programming/Psychology, Coaching, Personal Growth, Neurotapping and Holistic Ergonomics. The NOCNA team is interdisciplinary, highly educated and experienced. They are committed to furthering the fields of NLP and coaching through collaborative ventures whilst maintaining high ethical standards and quality control.

NOCNA has been working with leading neuroscientist and researcher, Professor Patricia Riddell. Patricia has been teaching and researching neuroscience and psychology for the last 30 years. Patricia is NLP trained and understands why NLP works. and is actively engaged in bringing NLP closer to science. She travels to Norway to join Team NOCNA and lecture on the subject “NLP & Neuroscience”

Uttalelse fra Professor i Nevrovitenskap Patricia Riddell.



Nordic Coach & NLP Academy (NOCNA) har mottatt en formell og uavhengig CPD akkreditering, og er nå registrert leverandør ved CPD Standards Office i England. Alle deltakere ved dette kurset vil bli utstedt med et CPD sertifikat, som kan brukes i faglig sammenheng opp i mot arbeidsgiver eller fagorganisasjon. Denne utdanningen gir deg 80 CPD poeng.

Hva er Nevrovitenskap?

Ved Nordic Coach & NLP Academy integreres NLP med en nevtrovitenskapelig tilnærming. Nevrovitenskap er et vitenskapelig studie av nervesystemet. For å forstå hva som virker og hvorfor det virker i NLP, er det ikke nødvendig å ha en universitetsgrad i nevrovitenskap. Det er heller ikke nødvendig å vite alle navn på hjernens deler og hva hver enkelt gjør. Hva som hjelper er å vite litt om hva hjernen består av og hvordan den har utviklet seg. Det er denne grunnleggende forståelsen for hjernen som vil danne en del av NOCNA’s NLP & Nevrovitenskap program.

“Nevrovitenskap er en fantastisk kombinasjon for både NLP og coaching. De som starter sin reise i NLP kan oppleve vansker med å forstå hvorfor noen av teknikkene virker. Ved å gi en nevrovitenskapelig forklaring, og begynne å gi mennesker en forståelse for hvordan hjernen deres fungerer, kan det tydeliggjøre hvorfor disse teknikkene er så effektive og faktisk har et reelt grunnlag i vitenskap Jeg gleder meg til samarbeidet med Nordic Coach & NLP Academy.”
— – Patricia Riddell, Professor i Nevrovitenskap.

Nordic Coach & NLP Academy has already implemented Neuroscience into their NLP and coaching programmes. Neuroscience is the scientific study of the nervous system. To understand what is working and why it works in NLP, it’s not necesarry to hold a university degree in Neuro Science. Neither is it necessary to know all the names of the different parts of the brain and what they do. What does help is to know a little about what the brain is made of and how it has developed. It is this fundamental undersanding of the brain that provides the basics for NOCNA’s programme for NLP & Neuroscience.

Both NLP and neuroscience are becoming increasingly more popular within education and leadership. Although the implication of this new knowledge is important to us it is not always clear why. Patricia, with her relaxed and friendly teaching style helps us understand more. So what do the latest findings in neuroscience mean for you as an individual, a parent, a professional or a team leader? Come along and learn more about how to apply current neuroscience research to improve individual, team and organisational performance. During this day we will give you specific tips from neuroscience and will encourage you to try things out so you can test and apply in a fun way before you leave.

We look forward to giving you tools you can use.

“Neuroscience is the scientific study of the nervous system.
Neuroscience is a wonderful combination for both NLP and coaching. In order to understand what works in NLP and why it works, it is not necessary to have a degree in neuroscience, nor even to know the names of all of the bits of the brain and what they each do. What does help is to know a bit about the nature of the brain, what it evolved to do, and how it achieves this. It is this basic understanding of the workings of the brain that will form part of the NLP and neuroscience programme. In NLP sometimes when people start their journey it’s little difficult to understand why some of the techniques works. And providing a neuroscience explanation and beginning to give people an understanding of how their brain works can make it much more obvious that these techniques really are effective and have a real basis in science.

Our understanding of neuroscience is changing rapidly and it is therefore important that there are individuals who can translate this knowledge in ways that make it relevant and easy to use. It’s also important that the information that people are getting, is well evidenced, reflects the latest scientific thinking and is definitely not “psycho-babble”. This requires that the neuroscience content comes from a credible source.

So what’s needed is an expert who can  explain the terminology, provide a basic outline of the current state of play and who therefore makes the future learning easier. This is one of the functions that I perform on the NOCNA NLP Practitioner Certification. I am the expert guide that simplifies complex ideas and presents them in ways that makes their relevance easy to get. In addition to this I am constantly scanning for new research that is relevant to the topics that are taught on the training.
— – Patricia Riddell, Professor in Neuroscience