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 a personal development approach that recognizes the interconnection between neurological processes, language, and learned behavioral patterns from experiences. It suggests that these elements can be modified to attain specific life goals.

NLP stands for Neuro-Linguistic Programming.

Through NLP, you can emulate the skills of exceptional individuals, enabling your brain and body to swiftly acquire these skills.

In my 6-session process, I employ NLP to assist clients in re-learning more constructive thought patterns, emotions, and behaviors after shedding emotional baggage. These cutting-edge tools facilitate a quicker rewiring of your neurology. 

NLP was developed by studying highly successful therapists of their era, including Milton Erickson in Hypnotherapy, Fritz Perl’s in Gestalt Therapy, and Virginia Satir in Child Therapy. These pioneers crafted NLP as a toolkit for effective learning.

The principle “neurons that fire together wire together” underscores the core of NLP. By forging new neural pathways, NLP facilitates the establishment of improved habit patterns that contribute to a more positive experience. This approach is effective in addressing various issues, including phobias, depression, psychosomatic illnesses, allergies, and learning disorders.

In recent times, methodologies like MER (Mental and Emotional Release® Therapy) have emerged, allowing for the swift clearance of emotions like Sadness, Anger, Fear, Guilt, and Hurt in as little as an hour.

In Neuro-Linguistic Programming, we assert that the Conscious mind sets the goals, while the Subconscious mind achieves them. Your subconscious mind is programmed to actively pursue whatever you desire in life.

Nevertheless, certain programs, habits, and old learnings derived from past experiences may be hindering your progress in life.