Audrey Miller Uses her Skills as a Qualified NLP Trainer to Help Bring Other Practitioners up to Standard
Stow College Assistant Principal Audrey Miller has been using her skills as a qualified Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) trainer to help bring other practitioners up to standard in Dublin.
Audrey, from Milngavie, has been Assistant Principal at Stow College for 16 years and has, for the last three, been training in NLP – a programme which seeks to educate people in self-awareness and effective communication, whilst also changing their patterns of mental and emotional behaviour.
The founders of the programme, Richard Bandler and John Grinder, believed that NLP would be useful in finding ways to help people have better, fuller and richer lives, and that behavioural patterns can be organised to achieve specific goals in life.
Since completing her training, Audrey – who was actually trained by John Grinder himself – has delivered events at a number of colleges in Scotland, including James Watt, Carnegie and Jewel and Esk, for Scotland’s Colleges.
Most recently, Audrey travelled to Finnstown Country House Hotel, Lucan in Dublin to offer her services in assessing a practitioner’s programme run by a fellow trainer, Elizabeth Gary Brosnan. So successful was the Dublin project, that all eight participants received their qualification.
Audrey said: “I have a real passion and belief in NLP as it’s practical applications create the strategies for individuals to achieve all they want in all aspects of their life - whether it’s maintaining your state for an interview or presentation, dealing with unwanted habits and behaviours or modelling a particular individual talent to achieve your own success in a particular field, sport or activity.”
Image: Audrey Miller (Front left in tartan jacket) joins the NLP team in Dublin< Back to news headings