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NEURO LINGUISTIC PROGRAMMING (NLP)

 

Practitioner

 

Kate Hayden

 

Brief explanation of the therapy

 

NLP is a therapy which explores the relationship between the brain (neuro), language (linguistic) and the patterns of behaviour that we learn (programming). The therapist will try to educate their client in the positive links between these in order to encourage changes in behaviour patterns which will help them achieve specific goals and improve the quality of their life.

 

What can the client expect at the appointment

 

At the first appointment the client will be asked to discuss the problems that they wish to deal with in a calm and confidential environment. 

 

What will happen in a session

 

The client will be asked to give details and discuss the changes that they are looking to make in their lives.  The therapist will then suggest new ways of approaching the difficulty to effect a change.  A session will last approximately one hour.

 

How many sessions should the client need before they see a result

 

NLP, which can be combined with other therapies, is a safe and gentle way of resolving issues and can often work very quickly; many issues may only take a few sessions.

 

What can the therapy help

 

NLP is often used to help the following:

  • Addictions
  • Building confidence & self esteem
  • Preparation for interviews
  • Fears & Phobias
  • Helping with decision making
  • Helping with exam worries
  • Improving sporting ability
  • Stress
  • Weight issues
  • Dealing with others

 

Who would benefit from this type of therapy

 

Adults or Children who wish to improve their quality of life and to learn new ways to cope in previously difficult situations.

 



Kate Hayden