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What is NLP?

NLP looks at the relationship between how we think (neuro), how we communicate both verbally and non-verbally (linguistic) and our patterns of behaviour and emotion (programmes). Essentially it is how we communicate with ourselves and to others to achieve our goals.

NLP explores how we think and how we as individuals experience the world around us.  The founders: John Grinder and Richard Bandler developed a set of techniques by studying and modelling people that were excellent in the field of therapy.  They focused on how we do things and what was needed to help people make positive changes, a sort of manual ‘Instructions on how to apply changes to your mind’

  • Ever wondered why some people are so successful at what they do and others achieve very little?  What is the difference that makes the difference?
  • Ever wondered why 3 people in the same family may experience and see a situation in a completely different way?

We all process incoming information differently through the experiences we have had during our life, we will put our representation on the information and respond accordingly: sometimes this will be in a positive way and other times in a negative way.  NLP has a set of techniques that you can use to change the way you respond to situations in order to achieve the results that you want.