Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

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Neuro-Linguistic Programming to Change Unwanted Responses

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) is a toolkit of techniques that enables me to help clients alter their responses to the issues they face. It’s been called “the study of subjective experience.” What does that mean for us, in practical terms? When we meet for your consultation, Neuro-Linguistic Programming is where I can gain an understanding of when, how and why you react to situations that you find challenging and, where beneficial, use Neuro-Linguistic Programming techniques to change your responses. It’s a safe, straightforward way of rewiring your brain circuitry so that you feel better about yourself and act in more positive ways.

Use NLP for a Change

Neuro-Linguistic Programming will help you with a range of behaviours and beliefs you might want to change. Behaviours such as phobic responses, fear of flying or panic attacks. If you have beliefs or emotions that are holding you back, such as a paralysing fear of failure, thinking that you aren’t capable enough or even good enough as a person to succeed. NLP can do much to change the way you think about yourself and the world in which you live.

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And how do I do it?

No hocus-pocus, just a tested and reliable system of techniques!

What happens at an NLP session?

When you come for a consultation, I’ll look and listen very carefully to everything you tell me. There’s a lot that you unconsciously hide from others; you’d be surprised just how much you even hide from yourself. I’ll help you to unpick the hidden ties that hold you back. And it’s all so that you can start afresh with beliefs and behaviours that allow you to move forward. I’ll help you alter the way you think (”neuro”) through the way I talk to you and encourage you to change your inner dialogue (”linguistic”) and develop better behavioural patterns (”programming”).