NLP – Neuro Linguistic Programming

Rosemary Dugan Neuro Linguistic Programming Coach & Trainer Perth

As a holistic wellness professional, I ensure that my training and education always express this concept.

We experience life through an integrated wholeness, without which no successful change- work or healing will ever occur.

I share NLP processes by integrating your life experiences with these formidable tools. Life experience is the best teacher and foundation for your future.

By reflecting on these experiences, whether good or bad, we learn how to control our emotions towards them with NLP, and move on.

By respecting and appreciating every aspect of our lives – past, present and future; we embrace the wholeness of self.

My courses focus on enabling you to become self-aware through self-discovery whilst pinpointing the real issues that are obstructing your progress in life.

No two pieces of training are alike because I don’t like doing ‘cookie-cutter’ events. I relish connecting and serving each client and client group in an individualistic manner.

This helps each training to be authentic, honest and customized to the needs of the recipients.


With NLP Training your participants will be able to develop a business environment that reflects a positive set of values and ethics. Aligning these characteristics with corporate standards is what will make your staff stand out and become leaders throughout your company.

Through our NLP Corporate Training, your staff should see improved team building, better communication, and trust. By realizing the benefits of corporate behaviour and developing a successful plan your participants should see a reduction in incidents and an increase in teamwork and loyalty.

  1. RAPPORT “And the greatest of these is rapport”

For effective communication, you need to understand other people’s models of the world. In this way, they will feel that they are being acknowledged and accepted. With rapport, you will fundamentally change how you engage with others and the way you live.

  1. OUTCOME ORIENTATION “What do you want?”

It’s important to know what you’re going for and that your behaviour is appropriate and ecological for achieving it. It’s smart to check out what others involved want and then dovetail your outcomes. Without a clear outcome, you are more likely to go off course by external factors.

  1. SENSORY ACUITY Are you using all your senses to pick up what’s going on?

When you think of your outcome what will look, sound, taste, smell or feel different when you’re on the way to achieving it?

  1. BEHAVIOURAL FLEXIBILITY “If what you are doing isn’t working, do something different”

We always have choices about what we do, but we may need to develop more flexibility to take a different approach. Start by examining the world from different perspectives and points of view. The more flexible you are at looking from multiple points of view the more choices you and opportunities will be exposed to.