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NZ Association of Neuro Linguistic Programming
Fostering NLP excellence, professionalism, and growth

 

NZANLP Professional Membership

Professional Membership is for those who are using their NLP skills in their work (coaching, therapy, consulting, training, counselling, body work, business, education etc).

Recognition as a professional practitioner of NLP may fulfil a range of requirements, including

  • personal values
  • a stipulation of a contract or by an employer
  • eligibility for professional indemnity insurance
  • evidence of professional practice when bidding for contracts
  • the enhancement of client confidence.


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Index
NZANLP Professional Membership benefits and fees
NZANLP Professional Membership Criteria
Three step application approval process
Ongoing membership requirements


Professional Membership benefits

In addition to the many benefits enjoyed by all members, Professional Membership includes:

  • Access to Professional Indemnity Insurance
  • The use of the NZANLP logo for stationery, correspondence, website
  • Use of the following post-nominal titles/abbreviations:
    • PMNZANLP
    • Professional Member NZANLP
  • Inclusion in the NZANLP website public listing
  • Business website included on the Useful Links webpage
  • A digital Annual Practising Certificate issued by NZANLP for printing and display*

*Annual Practising certificates will be available online after membership has been approved, and on annual renewal.

Professional Membership Fees

Fee to 31 March 2018
(includes $20 application administration fee)
Annual Renewal Fee thereafter
1 April - 31 March
125.00 105.00
Family Membership: Receive $20 discount for second and subsequent family members

NZANLP Professional Membership Criteria

Prerequisites: NLP Master Practitioner Certification, meeting the following criteria:

  1. At least 250 hours of quality in-class* learning in NLP or based on an application of NLP principles, with a minimum 120 of these hours being in NLP, including the following core processes and techniques:
    • Anchoring (V,A,K), e.g. resource anchor / stacking / chaining / collapse / spatial etc.
    • Association and Disassociation
    • Chunking and Sequencing
    • Conflict resolution techniques, e.g. Visual Squash / Parts integration / spinning icons
    • Elicitation of Well Formed outcomes
    • Giving and Receiving Feedback
    • Management of state / Accessing Resourceful state
    • Meta Model
    • Metaphor Creation
    • Metaprograms: elicitation, identification, utilisation, ecological change
    • Milton Model and trance state
    • Neurological Levels and how to apply them
    • NLP notation
    • Pacing and Leading
    • Perceptual Positions (1, 2 ,3-observer, 4-meta)
    • Presuppositions of NLP
    • Rapport (Establishing, Maintaining, Breaking)
    • Reframing and a variety of NLP Frames
    • Representational Systems
    • Rewind/Trauma/Phobia Cure
    • Sensory Acuity, calibration, congruence
    • Strategies (interruption, elicitation, utilisation, modelling and Installation) and TOTE
    • Submodalities and submodality techniques (e.g. mapping, swish, belief change, designer swish)
    • Time concepts and application (e.g. timeline or others as appropriate)
    • Useful Frames (As If, Back Track, Relevance etc...)
    • Values: elicitation, criteria, sort, ecological change
    • 6 Step reframe

    *How NZANLP defines in-class learning may include technology and reading based distance learning components at the discretion of the Registration Board and/or Management Committee. In such cases additional evidence of the quality and extent of the learning may be required.

  2. The ability to demonstrate a high level of skill in ecological, ethical and effective change work operating at both the conscious and unconscious communication levels consistent with NLP Presuppositions.
  3. Completed a minimum of 25 client hours* while receiving Professional Supervision.
    *At the discretion of the Registration Board, the candidate may be required to demonstrate their ability to use NLP in their chosen field. This may include, but not be limited to, a recommendation by a Professional Supervisor.
  4. A commitment to meeting the Association’s ongoing supervision and professional development requirements.
  5. Acceptance of and agreement to adhere to the NZANLP Constitution, Codes of Ethics and Practice, and Complaints and Disciplinary Procedure 2008.

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Three step application approval process

Step One: Reviewing your application

  1. Our administrator checks over your application
  2. Completed application sent to the Registration Board
  3. The Registration Board reviews your application and may
    • contact your supervisor
    • ask you, via our Administrator, for further information


Step Two: Registration Board determination

If you meet our criteria

The Registration Board will:

  • recommend to the Management Committee that you be admitted to the Association as a Professional Member

If you do not yet meet our criteria

The Registration Board will:

  • Let you know, via our Administrator, what additional areas need to be addressed to meet the criteria
  • Provide you with a reasonable timeframe for completion of tasks
  • Recommend that the Committee admit you to the Association in the Member Category while you complete the required tasks*
  • Support you and provide feedback as needed as you progress through to becoming a Professional Member
  • On successful completion of tasks, recommend to the Management Committee that you be admitted to the Association as a Professional Member
*You may opt instead to withdraw your application and receive a refund of your membership fee, minus the Administration charge.

Step Three: Management Committee Decision
  1. Upon receipt of the Registration Board recommendation, the Management Committee will make their decision at the next monthly meeting.*
  2. The Administrator will advise you of the decision by email.

*The decision of the Management Committee is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

Ongoing Supervision and Professional Development requirements

Professional Members are required to maintain their professional skills and competencies through ongoing practice, supervision and professional development as follows*:

Annual Supervision Requirements:

Membership Period

Average client hours per month

Annual Requirement (hours)

Professional Supervision (minimum)

Total Supervision
(all types)

First two years

Under 15

3

4

15 and over

6

8

Third and subsequent years

Under 15

-

4

15 and over

-

8

Annual Professional Development Requirements:

Average client hours per month

Annual Requirement (hours)

Maximum online

Total PD
(all types)

Under 15

3

7.5

15 and over

6

15

*Should a Professional Member fail to complete the required supervision or professional development, the Management Committee may not approve their Professional Member renewal application, and instead invite them into the Member category.

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