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Neuro-Linguistic Programming or NLP is a range of techniques which allow an individual to access positive "resource states", enabling them to achieve more successful outcomes in their lives.

NLP is an expanding collection of personal insights and mental approaches and techniques that can enable you to think, act and feel more positively - and successfully - and help others do the same.

Developing NLP can enable you to:

  • think more perceptively and positively
  • communicate more effectively, ensuring that others receive the messages you send out
  • control your thoughts, moods and behaviours more effectively
  • do better the things you already perform competently
  • acquire skills and attitudes to do things you would like to do

NLP is about language

Language affects how we think and respond. The very process of converting experience into language requires that we condense, distort, and summarise how we perceive the world.

Language is full of traps and pitfalls for the unwary communicator... for example, if you are told NOT to think of a kangaroo, you will immediately think of one, which is the opposite result from that intended! 

NLP provides questions and patterns to make our communication more clearly understood. NLP teaches us to understand how language affects us through implicit and embedded assumptions.


Things people have said about NLP

'NLP has untapped potentials for treating individual problems.' (Time Magazine)

'NLP offers the potential for making changes without the usual agony that accompanies these phenomena ... it allows for increasing options, flexibility, creativity and therefore greater freedom of action than most of us know.' (Training & Development Journal)

'NLP is an incredibly effective and enjoyable way to access more of the true potential of your brain.' (Anthony Robbins, best-selling author and motivational speaker)

'The strategies, tools and techniques of NLP represent an opportunity unlike any other for the exploration of human functioning, or more precisely, that rare and valuable subset of human functioning known as genius.' (John Grinder, co-creator of NLP)