Nkk Kemp – Provocative Change Works for Phobias
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This is the official Provocative Change Works website. PCW-related publications, videos, products, and trainings may be found here. This model was established in 2006 and is constantly being improved. There is currently a comprehensive 10-day formal practitioner training for people interested in realizing the full potential of this communication approach. This Provocative Change Works paradigm is applicable to coaching, corporate, therapeutic, and personal development settings. PCW was inspired by my old friend and mentor Frank Farrelly, whose book “Provocative Therapy” had a major influence in the development of PCW. Visit www.provocativetherapy.com for more information about Frank Farrelly’s original Provocative Therapy.
Go HERE for one-on-one PCW training for personal improvement and working with clients.
A recent PCW class in Austin, USA, provides an insight into the world of PCW. As can be seen, it is a dynamic strategy that differs greatly from conventional communication models.
As you can see in the video below, the PCW model is being taught in a growing number of nations, including Japan, India, the United States, Poland, Spain, Holland, Switzerland, Israel, Austria, the United Kingdom, and Hungary. Nick only utilizes PCW at his UK clinics for private practice. To discover more about how PCW is utilized in therapy and coaching, visit www.nickkemptherapy.com.
What others are saying
“I’ve studied the work of Fritz Perls, Anna Freud, Carl Rogers, Moshe Feldenkrais, Alexander Lowen, and a few more psychotherapy “names.” Your clinical work now surpasses some of them, despite your youth. Given your enthusiasm for clinical learning, love of people, and creative energy, I expect I’ll be adding your name to the list of well-known “names” in the area of psychotherapy one day.”
Dr. Frank Bourke
Former instructor at Cornell University and researcher at London University, Executive Director of the NLP Research and Recognition Project
“Nick Kemp opens out Provocative Therapy to NLP-trained coaches and therapists.” My advice is to buy his DVD collection from the Boulder Colorado workshop, watch DVD number 6 – an amazing illustration of what may be done – and then go back to the beginning and understand how he does it. “You might be shocked at how much NLP already relies on provocation!”
Psychotherapist and International NLP Trainer
“Unassuming, but there is a depth of knowledge and integrity underneath that quiet image.” Nick is really personable and friendly, and he has a remarkable gift for making people feel good, and his methodology is so simple that his seminars are surprisingly successful. I will suggest Nick to everyone who wants to improve their life.”
India’s Dr. A Abraham
“I’ve known Nick Kemp for many years as a personal friend and mentor… no one has done more to promote Frank Farrelly and his very effective treatment technique of “Provocative Therapy” than Nick Kemp.” When Nick and I first met Frank Farrelly in 2004, the only literature freely available was the famous 1973 book “Provocative Therapy.” Nick and Frank have remained strong friends since that encounter, and there is no doubt that the rest of us have benefited much from this unusual friendship. Frank Farrelly’s work is now more accessible than ever before, thanks to Nick Kemp’s multiple audio and DVD training packages.
With this in mind, I had the distinct honor of attending Nick’s inaugural “Provocative Change Works” course in Leeds. Having studied Provocative Therapy extensively and seeing Frank perform one-on-one sessions with clients live on numerous times, I was astounded by the degree of ability displayed on stage. I have no doubt that Nick Kemp has “got” the PT model in its totality thanks to his modeling talents. Watching Nick engage with his clients convinced me that he embodies Frank’s wit, humour, expertise, and adaptability. I suspect that anyone familiar with Frank Farrelly’s working style will feel a tingling sense of familiarity when watching Nick work, and that the mantle of Frank’s ground-breaking work has truly found its lineage, and his experience and dedication to detail make him one of the best trainers and change work therapists in the UK today.”
Austin, Andrew T
Author and therapist
“I was in a trance of laughing in Boulder, observing you at work.” I discovered that I had automatically mimicked your startled quiet stare towards the client. I thought your blend of provocation and trance was novel, and I enjoyed how you arranged the didactics of your work (s). It is quite different to do and demonstrate controversial work than it is to teach it. A demo is not yet a course: and you gave me the skills to structure something that is very much a matter of creative flow with the assistance of your icons. You did a fantastic job of inspiring the students to overcome their inhibitions and flow freely on behalf of the customer.”
Trainer and researcher in social psychology
“Are you familiar with Nick Kemp?” (He is) incredibly clever, and I have thoroughly enjoyed speaking with him… The kinds of conversations I’ve been having… are the kinds of activities I believe may genuinely develop the field. He has modeled two easy procedures that are part of his Provocative Change WorksTM collection of tools for dealing with anxiety and other intense emotions, which I have found really effective in working with clients. He has also modeled the many patterns in Frank Farrelly’s Provocative Therapy to make them simple to understand. Furthermore, he is all you could want in a colleague: accessible, innovative, and willing to exchange ideas and learn as well as teach.”
Author and Developer of NLP
You are completely disarming and transcend formality. You exude comfort and naturalness, and you easily make people feel at ease. “You have the power, guy!”
Nick Kemp on Frank Farrelly (June 16th 2006)
To inquire about Provocative Change Works training opportunities or new PCW products, please utilize the contact page. PCW may also be found on Facebook and YouTube. Nick Kemp’s additional trainings may be found at http://www.nickkemptraining.com.