NLP therapy (Neuro Linguistic Programming), is taken from the field of applied psychology.
NLP therapy is a proven therapeutic model, as well as a powerful tool for identifying and changing patterns of behaviour.
Working with an NLP practitioner, will enable you to change the way you think and feel, and ultimately, change the way you behave.
NLP therapy sessions will help you understand how to use positive experiences, to develop a resource bank for yourself, and at the same time, deal with negative patterns from the past, so as not to repeat them.
There are many different techniques that an NLP practitioner may use.
Each NLP technique can be used by itself or in combination with others. Here are just some of the techniques an NLP practitioner may use within an NLP therapy session:
Anchoring: Anchoring is a really helpful technique and is commonly used in NLP therapy. A skillful NLP practitioner will use it to induce specific emotions or a certain frame of mind. For example, it might involve a person using the word “anchor” to recall a desired emotion such as happiness, or, sometimes it can be a touch in order to recall a positive frame of mind.
Pattern Interruption: This technique works by storing key words into a person’s subconscious mind. It is normally used by an NLP practitioner, in combination with other techniques. It works by suggesting to the person that specific words are significant to them.
The Swish Technique: This technique is used when a person wants to replace a specific thought or behaviour, with a more helpful one. An NLP practitioner may use this with a person who would like to address unhealthy eating habits.
Loop Technique: This facilitates the ability to be able to stop or alter an unconscious process. An NLP practitioner will work with the client in breaking a looping process, for example, anxiety, anger and stress.
Framing: The “Framing” technique in NLP therapy, is often used in combination with other techniques. Framing itself, is concerned with being a sort of amplifier or de-amplifier, which works by correcting the links between memories and emotions.
Mirroring: Mirroring is one of the most useful techniques used in NLP therapy. Simply put, “Mirroring” is the process of copying subtle behaviours and body gestures of the person with whom we are communicating. Examples of this could include, an NLP practitioner copying the style, pitch, tone of speech and choice of a client’s words.
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