The NLP Center of New York is not only a training organization. The center also provides individual and couple coaching, psychotherapy and hypnotherapy conducted by Dr. Rachel Hott, NYS licensed clinical psychologist and Steven Leeds, NYS licensed mental health counselor.
The NLP Center of New York
Welcome to nlptraining.com, the home of The NLP Center of New York™ ®, one of the world's leading training and consulting organizations for NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) and Ericksonian Hypnosis.
The NLP Center of New York™ ® located in Greenwich Village in New York City was founded in 1986 by Rachel Hott, Ph.D., NYS licensed clinical psychologist and Steven Leeds, M.A., LMHC, NYS licensed mental health counselor and educator. For the past 25 years, the NLP Center of New York has been committed to providing the highest quality NLP and Hypnosis training anywhere, at all levels.
Our mission is to teach people how to heal the past, shape the future and live more fully, right now. Our NLP and Ericksonian Hypnosis training programs and our consulting services that include, coaching, psychotherapy and hypnotherapy, are designed for both personal and professional development. We also offer specialized courses including NLP and Sales Mastery, Building a Coaching Practice that Inspires, Power at Work and Core Transformation as well as on-site corporate training.
The NLP Center of New York provides dynamic, interactive, hands on training where you will get the direct "experience" of NLP and Ericksonian Hypnosis along with the personal attention and immediate feedback designed to enhance your personal power and provide the skills for interpersonal excellence. When you train at the NLP Center of New York, not only do you get the highest quality training with top NLP trainers, but you get to participate in a dynamic community of individuals committed to making a difference in the world.
Learn more about The NLP Center of New York and discover how these transformational models can make a significant difference in your life. Register for our courses directly on-line with our secure server. We accept all major credit cards. Contact us to learn more about our training programs and individual counseling, coaching, hypnotherapy sessions.
Our phone number is 212-647-0860. Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
" The truest measure of any NLP institute is the quality of the people who emerge from its training programs. By that measure, the NLP Center of New York is surely one of the finest in the world. Again and again, I have been impressed by the depth and range of their participants’ grasp of the field of NLP. These people obviously revel in learning. This is not only inspiring, but a delight to be a part of, as well. The NLP Center of New York™ ® is a true home of NLP" David Gordon, author and NLP Trainer and Developer
Our individual NLP psychotherapy and coaching sessions are provided by NYS Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Steven Leeds and NYS Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Rachel Hott. If you have “out of network” insurance, check with your insurance company regarding coverage. We also accept Medicare clients.
All NLP and Hypnosis courses are held at the NLP Center of New York™ ® located at 24 East 12th St. 4th Floor in Manhattan unless otherwise specified.
I was recently asked to be in a research study about the use of technology, in particular, using video conferencing when coaching. This invitation has got me thinking about my experience of the past three years using Skype and FaceTime with clients. Video conferencing (VC) has become a common way for coaches and clients to … Continue reading →
Whenever I lead clients into trance, I ask them to find a “safe place.” I will say something like, “This could be a place you have been to, wish you could go to, either imaginary or real. It could be from your childhood or in your current life.” Sometimes clients have said they don’t have … Continue reading →
In 1999 I interviewed for a job to acquire my clinical hours for my psychology requirements. As my potential boss interviewed me he asked, “Have you ever done radio?” I said, “No.” “Would you like to do radio?” “Sure,” I said. I got the job as a psychotherapist and I became a radio co-host for … Continue reading →
“On Not Being Charged” Last year my partner Rachel Hott and I went on Safari. No, we were not browsing the internet. We were walking through the bush amongst the big cats, elephants, giraffe, buffalo and gazelles in the Masai Steppe, a grassland plain in northeastern Tanzania that covers approximately 15,000 square miles, slightly larger … Continue reading →
I recently had the opportunity to do a Skype interview with Connirae Andreas, about her new work, called the Wholeness Process. We have known each other since the early 80′s. I have always admired her intelligence and capability to teach NLP and develop innovative processes. She is specifically responsible for the Aligning Perceptual Position and … Continue reading →
“Man often becomes what he believes himself to be. If I keep on saying to myself that I cannot do a certain thing, it is possible that I may end by really becoming incapable of doing it. On the contrary, if I have the belief that I can do it, I shall surely acquire the … Continue reading →
My Boss Makes Me Angry (or fill in the blank, My _________, Makes Me Angry) Written by Rachel Hott, PhD Edited by Steven Leeds A client, highly educated and successful, comes to an individual coaching session to deal with issues at work. The finger is pointed to one specific person, his boss. As I … Continue reading →