NLP Neuro-linguistic Programming
taken from PSYCHOLOGY TODAY
NEURO-LINGUISTIC PROGRAMMING (NLP) therapy incorporates NLP, a set of language- and sensory-based interventions and behavior-modification techniques intended to help improve the client’s self-awareness, confidence, communication skills, and social actions.
The goals of NLP are to help the client understand that the way one views the world affects how one operates in the world, and that it is necessary to change the thoughts and behavior patterns that have not proven beneficial in the past. However, empirical evidence of the efficacy of NLP is limited.
WHAT DOES NLP MEAN?
NLP stands for Neuro Linguistic Programming and refers to three basic aspects of the human experience:
They are the mental and behavioral programs through which we organize our internal experience, and from this concept, we can reprogram ourselves to achieve results and changes in our lives.
refers to the nervous system, source and instrument of our perceptions and our experience of living and acting in the world. It refers to both our physiology and how we think.
refers to verbal language, which allows us to codify and symbolically express our experiences through words.