Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) is an interdisciplinary approach that uses the analysis of verbal and non-verbal signals in communication, thought, and behavior. The development of NLP can be traced back to the 1970s, when John Grinder and Richard Bandler analyzed the behavioral patterns of successful people who were able to communicate effectively and achieve their goals. The basic principles of NLP include modeling, i.e. identifying the thinking and behavior patterns of successful people, and then making these patterns learnable for others.

The "neurolinguistic" part combines neurology, language, and behavior, emphasizing the connections between the senses (neuro), language use and internal representations (linguistic), and patterns of action (programming). NLP includes techniques such as anchoring (fixing a desired state using an external signal), modeling (learning the behavior patterns of successful people), metamodeling (analyzing and clarifying language patterns) and reframing (putting a situation or thought into a new frame).

This method is widespread in the field of personal development, where individuals strive to achieve their goals and communicate more effectively. It is also used in the business world to develop leadership skills and more effective teamwork. The application of NLP is also widespread in therapeutic situations, as it can help in understanding the emotional state and behavioral patterns of patients and provides therapists with a more effective toolbox during treatments.

What problems can NLP help with?

Among other things:

1. Treatment of PTSD, abuse
2. Resolving internal conflicts
3. Dealing with shame
4. Weight loss and the strategy of natural slim eating
5. Mental allergy treatment technique
6. Quick allergy treatment
7. Somatic techniques
8. Quick phobia treatment
9. Recoding past unpleasant experiences
10. Self-image development
11. Clarification of internal motivation
12. Experience of loss, processing grief
13. Dealing with procrastination
14. Quitting smoking