Neuro-Linguistic Programing (NLP)

Using Neuro-Linguistic Programming is about learning the language of your own mind and then knowing how to make it work for you, to create personal change in your life.

NLP is an approach to personal development who identified a connection between neurological processes, language and behavioural patterns learned through experience, and that these can be changed to achieve specific goals in life.

NLP stands for Neuro-Linguistic Programming.

With NLP you can model the skills of exceptional people in order to teach your brain and body to acquire these skills rapidly.

I use NLP to help my clients in re-learning better ways of thinking, feeling and behaving as part of my 6-session process, once we have let go of our emotional baggage. These innovative tools can help you to re-wire your neurology faster.

By observing the most successful therapists of their time, such as Milton Erickson (Hypnotherapy), Fritz Perl’s (Gestalt Therapy) and Virginia Satir (Child Therapy), they created NLP as a set of tools for learning.

When your neurons fire together, they wire together. NLP helps you form new neural pathways to establish better habit patterns that also feel better for you. It can treat problems such as phobias, depression, psychosomatic illnesses, even allergies and learning disorders.

More recently, techniques such as MER (Mental and Emotional Release® Therapy) mean that you can clear emotions such as Sadness, Anger, Fear, Guilt and Hurt all in as little as an hour.

In Neuro-Linguistic Programming, we say the Conscious mind is the goal setter, and the Subconscious mind is the goal getter. Your subconscious mind has been programmed and it’s out to get for you whatever you want in life.

However, there are some programs, habits, old learnings that are running based on your past experience that may be holding you back in life.