So what is NLP?

NLP has been described as the art and science of modelling human excellence. That is quite a grand statement but what it really means is that NLP is the end result of clever people such as Richard Bandler and John Grinder, the co-founders of NLP, studying in depth and over many years the way very successful individuals think and communicate, breaking down in to steps all the processes that they went through to understand how they got their intended results.

They started in the mid 1970’s  and their studies were initially based on analysis and modelling of the techniques developed by the most outstanding therapists practising at that time including Fritz Perls, Virginia Satir and Milton Erickson. NLP is still an evolving field with other contributors continuing to develop the techniques.

In the united Kingdom recognition of  the effectiveness of NLP has growing steadily over the past few years and the techniques and methods have been further developed by eminent proponents such as Dr Tad James, Dr David Shepard, Paul McKenna and many others .

The huge success of NLP is due to the fact that they have been able to take what they have learned and break down each step in easy to understand, bite sized pieces which can then be used to help individuals and organisations not reaching their full potential to find it.

As a Master Practitioner of NLP I can use these proven methods and techniques and design them specifically to help individual people to access their full potential in an easy and accessible way.

It is fun, you learn a lot more about what makes you an individual; it assists your development as a person and in life and positive results can be felt very quickly. It takes a very proactive approach to dealing with the issues affecting your life. Allowing you to regain control and be happy. I ask you to go away and do exercises between sessions and I am always available to chat about what you have learned and help you reinforce these new leanings. To find out more just call me.

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