NLP - Neuro Linguistic Programming

NLP is an interpersonal communication model that was co-created by Richard Bandler and linguist John Grinder in the 1970s. This therapy looks at how we do things in order to achieve a model of excellence. It is possible to study the language patterns, beliefs and mannerisms of someone in order to elicit change. NLP is often used in the business world but it is just as valuable in a therapeutic setting, to enhance performance, remove obstacles and eliminate unhelpful patterns of behaviour.

NLP is a brief therapy, which is often successfully combined with others such as hypnotherapy. Both Carole & Alan are NLP Trainers and regularly use NLP in therapy.

What can NLP be used for?

NLP will help you to:

  • Do whatever you already do reasonably well, even better
  • Overcome phobias in one session (generally, those that were triggered by a single, remembered incident)
  • Acquire skills and attitudes to do what you cannot do right now, but would like to be able to do
  • Change unhelpful behaviour patterns
  • Communicate more effectively with others
  • Easily gain rapport with other people
  • Enhance relationships of any kind
  • Set and achieve goals
  • Improve sporting activities
  • Increase confidence and self-esteem
  • Set goals and reach them!
  • Help with weight reduction
  • Teach you tools to overcome habits such as smoking

NLP is used for

  • Making you better at what you do
  • Panic attacks
  • Confidence

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