Neuro-linguistic programming

"We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them". Albert Einstein


Neuro-Linguistic Programming(NLP) co-created by Dr Richard Bandler and Jonh Grinder in the 1970s opens us to the opportunity to become highly effective human beings. It equips us with a profound set of tools for personal and professional development and teaches us to draw from our own everyday life experiences.

NLP is a highly effective methodology for effecting lasting change to move away from trauma, low confidence, phobias, habits and reactions to memories.

It teaches us how to use the language of the mind to consistently achieve our specific desires and goals by effectively changing our behaviour. 

Neuro refers to the nervous system: receives and processes information through the five senses.

Linguistic refers to the language and other non-verbal communication systems through which our neural representations are coded, ordered and given meaning.

Programming refers to the systems of neurological organisation in order to achieve our specific goals and results.

Principles of NLP:

-We cannot change the reality of what happened, we can change the way we perceive it.  

-Each individual holds the resources for change. 

-Conflict carries the seed of the solution

-The secret is to find the key to unlock your mind's potential.


"Once you realise the effects of our thoughts in all aspects of our lives then you see the world in a different way. You realise you are responsible, you have a say, you have a choice, and this is wonderful because then you realise we are free!’