Neuro-linguistic programming

NLP explores the relationship between what we think (neuro), what we communicate (linguistic) and how we behave (programming). You can therefore see it as a kind of manual for the brain. The NLP intervention is aimed at overcoming adverse behavioural effects and to investigate what the ‘positive intention’ of the behaviour was. The client is challenged to check this themselves. The aim is then to keep the intention but to change in such a way that the unwanted side effects do not occur.   

By becoming so aware of your behavior and conviction, this can be turned into a new insight that makes you behave differently and which means that life becomes different. It can remove blocking thoughts and give room for new experiences.   

NLP was founded in the 70s by research by Richard Bandler and John Grinder into “successful” people and their mental processes.