NLP Practitioner

NLP Practitioner – Eye Accessing Cues – Introduction

In this first of a series of three videos, we introduce the NLP Eye Accessing Cues model and discuss some of the misconceptions that have arisen regarding the use of this model.

The concept of eye movements and their meaning has been with us for hundreds of years, and although research was done in the 1950s and 60s it was never considered of any value until Richard Bandler and John Grinder included them in NLP. For the last 40 years, with the increased interest in popular psychology, and the rise of NLP as a tool for therapists, the eye accessing cue model  has become more mainstream.

Unfortunately, with the popularity has come misunderstanding and the capabilities of the model had become mythical in proportion and the real value of the application of the tool has become lost in the myriad retellings that have peppered popular culture.

About the author

Lee Avery

Professional Therapist, Clinical Hypnosis & NLP Trainer with over 25 years of experience in training new professionals and treating clients. He specialises in Trauma related Psychological health issues. After years of running training classes Lee has decided to publish his training materials online to further the accessibility of NLP and Hypnosis. He is an advocate for Clinical Hypnosis Excellence and is constantly looking to improve the professional standing of Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy within the medical community.

He also runs Achieving Greatness a software development company producing mobile apps for the mental health community.

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