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Andy Hunt

About Andy Hunt

I'm a Master Practitioner and Trainer of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), and also a Practitioner and Trainer of Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT). I've been practising NLP since 2000 and EFT for 2004.

Autumn ChangeCamp 2018

ChangeCamp is a day packed full of interesting and valuable seminars, presentations and workshops on all types of psychological change work. It is a great opportunity to try out new things and meet new people who are interested in the fascinating world of self-development and change.

Even though it’s the height of summer the 20th Autumn ChangeCamp is on it’s way.

10 out of the available 14 presentation slots have already been booked and details of their talks will appear over the next few months.

Enjoy the summer and rest assured that there is something to look forward to in Autumn

Autumn ChangeCamp – 13th October 2018 – Newcastle Upon Tyne

Presentation: Tapping Into Feeling Better

Feeling betterEmotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) / Tapping is a simple self help process that’s easy to learn and easy to use.

We all find ourselves in stressful situations where we would like to feel more resourceful.

Perhaps we want to be calmer instead of anxious, confident instead of uncertain, excited instead of intimidated.

In this presentation Andy Hunt AAMET Master EFT Trainer will introduce you to tapping and show you how to use a simple two stage process to feel better about situations we find stressful.

All you need are your fingertips, a stressful situation and a desire to be able to change how you feel in that situation.

No previous experience of EFT required.

ChangeCamp Presenter Publishes Book

Nancy Radford one of our regular presenters at ChangeCamp has just had a new book published.

Conflict First Aid

By Nancy Radford

Conflict First AidThis book provides practical tips on managing disputes and personality clashes before they create major problems for you or your organisation. It will help you understand

  • Causes of conflict
  • How to minimise damage
  • Why we aren’t logical under stress
  • How to manage emotions
  • How to set and maintain standards
  • How to repair and restore relationships

Structured so that it can either be read as a whole or the relevant section accessed in a crisis, it provides a handy resource for anyone wanting to improve relationships.

Available as an e-book or printed at http://bit.ly/NR-Book

There is a 10% discount available if you use the code RAD318 before March 31st

Also available from Amazon and other booksellers.

Nancy Radford is an accredited mediator, specialising in early conflict resolution, with additional training in mediation online, restorative conversations, special educational needs, and vulnerable adults. She is also qualified as a trainer, business and personal coach. She works with owner managed businesses, schools, and third sector organizations, minimising and resolving conflict through training, coaching and mediation. Her services are available in person, on the phone, and over secure Internet connections.

She helps people improve their professional and personal relationships by effective communication, changing the stories they tell themselves and providing tools and strategies that last a life-time. Before becoming a full-time mediator and coach, Nancy’s varied career included nursing, midwifery, business ownership, management, consultancy and training.

Nancy will be presenting again at Spring ChangeCamp 2018

Spring ChangeCamp 2018

Even if spring feels a long way off at the moment, Spring ChangeCamp 2018 is definitely on it’s way.

Spring ChangeCamp 2018 – 10th March, 2018

ChangeCamp is a day packed full of interesting and valuable seminars, presentations and workshops on all types of psychological change work. It is a great opportunity to try out new things and meet new people who are interested in the fascinating world of self-development and change.

Presentation: How To Stop Shoulding On Yourself

Shoulds

Image courtesy of Sookie

Are you shoulding on yourself?

Are you telling yourself all day, every day, what you should be doing (and feeling bad about what you haven’t done?

Sometimes we have so many ‘shoulds’ it’s difficult to know what we want.

A should is a rule you ‘should’ live up to, a demand you ‘should’ meet, an expectation of how you ‘should’ behave.

  • I should lose weight
  • I should be more assertive
  • I should be more patient
  • I should …

Shoulds are often intended to be motivating, to help us do what we want or what is best for us. In theory our ‘shoulds’ should help us get things done.

But, you may have noticed that even though ‘shoulds’ are supposed to be motivating, what you should do often doesn’t get done!

In this ChangeCamp presentation Andy Hunt will explain three reasons why shoulds don’t work and demonstrate a simple EFT/’tapping’ method to help find and dissolve them.

A little bit of EFT/Tapping experience would be helpful but it’s not essential.