The language of your mind
Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) is about understanding three important things: how our brain works (neurology), how we talk and communicate (language), and how these affect our actions (programming).
In simpler terms, NLP explores how our mind, language, and behaviour are connected. It provides useful tools and techniques that can make big, positive changes in our lives quickly.
NLP was created in the 1970s by Richard Bandler and John Grinder in California. It's different from traditional psychology because it's all about finding practical solutions and getting results, rather than just analysing problems.
How does it work?
Our default state is feeling okay. We all have a natural sense of well-being, and we're perfectly fine when we don't have negative thoughts and feelings.
Sometimes, we mess things up in our minds by telling ourselves stories, attaching emotions to them, and playing certain thoughts or images in our heads.
Our experience of life has a structure, based on the information we gather through our senses (like what we see, hear, feel, smell, and taste).
We all have habits in how we think, feel, and act, and these habits shape our lives.
So, if we change or break these habits and patterns, we can change our experience of life.
And I, as a NLP practitioner can recognise these patterns.
What is NLP for?
NLP is a therapy and creates quick and lasting changes.
It's useful for many issues like addictions, body pains, skin conditions, anxiety, PTSD, and fears and phobias such as:
Spiders, lifts, going to the dentist, driving or being in a car, flying, swimming, water, public speaking, money, baked beans, buttons, heights and more.
NLP techniques are also used in business to boost productivity.
It's not just for therapy or business; NLP is used in various fields like education, medicine, law, training, sports, sales, leadership, politics, and the military.
NLP, especially when used with coaching, helps people in personal development, and I, as a qualified coach often use it to help my clients overcome obstacles and make progress.
Booking a NLP session
Booking a NLP session is simple and quick.
NLP is so powerful, you do not need to book many session to help with a certain issue. Very often, 1, 2 or 3 sessions are enough.
A session includes a 60 min and follow up to assess the progress. The cost is currently £100 up until 15th January 2024.
However, please know that the usual price is £200.