Neuro-Linguistic Programming
Neuro-Linguistic Programming

Neuro- Linguistic Programming (NLP) is a behavioural science which helps to change or eliminate unwanted behaviours, replacing them with a positive mental, emotional and physical outcome. Results are achieved by drawing from a large number of strategies and techniques to help with areas such as goal setting, negative emotions, anxiety and phobias, internal conflicts, and any limiting beliefs which may hold you back.

There are other areas with which it can help such as: depression, exam driving test nerves, bereavement, sports performance, OCD, sleep disorders, pain management, maximizing brain power and improve self-esteem.

NLP was created in the late 1960’s and early 70’s by Richard Bandler, a computer scientist and John Grindler, a linguist. Together they studied the work of Fritz Perls, a Gestalt therapist, Virginia Satire, a family therapist and Milton Erickson, a Hypnotherapist, all of whom succeeded in helping their clients make dramatic changes in their lives. By drawing upon and Utilising the various skills and successes of these therapists, NLP was born.