neurolinguistic programming


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neurolinguistic programming

[ˈnjʊərəʊlɪŋˈgwɪstɪkˈprəʊgræmɪŋ] Nprogramación f neurolingüística
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Apart from getting a doctorate degree in Theology at the Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium, Riemslagh was a counselor, a certified life coach and has taken courses in neurolinguistic programming, Brain Gym and psychodrama or role-playing in psychotherapy.
The trial tested LP - a three-day intensive course which combines osteopathy, life coaching and neurolinguistic programming - alongside specialist medical care.
It's probably no surprise a man who studied neurolinguistic programming for five years is fluent in mind games.
Using neurolinguistic programming (NLP), which encompasses techniques to change your thinking patterns, Kevin taught me to put my dark feelings into a box and send the box away, while bringing forward all the good things in my life.
In my last article (November 2015), I talked about using my handouts for Limbic Breathing and the neurolinguistic programming exercise Breath of Life (which is all about building new ways of reacting in your brain so that you don't fall back into old dysfunctional patterns of relationships with other people).
Neurolinguistic programming is one of the sciences behind it and the emphasis is on positive language, eg yes, can, let's do," Delmonte said.
Uniquely positioned to spearhead real estate coaching and training programs focused on equipping real estate professionals with the expertise and commitment to build thriving businesses based on compassionate and skillful service to seniors in transition, the Buckelews are 20-plus-year veterans in the real estate industry and hold combined degrees and certificates in the areas of Gerontology, Counseling Psychology, Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP), and Leadership Coaching.
Although multiple methodologies (gestalt therapy, neurolinguistic programming, encounter groups and group therapy, psychodrama and more) are discussed, the role and value of hypnosis receives especial focus.
In addition to covering the four main psychological approaches (humanistic, psychodynamic, behavioral, and cognitive) the authors introduce the ten main therapies used today (person-centered therapy, psychoanalytic therapy, behavior therapy, cognitive therapy, Gestalt therapy, transactional analysis, rational emotive behavior therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, multimodal therapy and neurolinguistic programming.
Suggestion and suggestive techniques, while traditionally associated with hypnosis and Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP), can be usefully applied by the coach in almost any format of interaction with a client.