What is NLP Neuro-Linguistic Programming?

Invented by Richard Bandler and John Grinder in the mid 1970s, NLP, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, drew from hypnosis patterns of Dr. Milton Erickson as part of the process. Their research also involved the theory and practices of Virginia Satir and Fritz Perls.


NLP focuses on how we use our five senses to create our map of reality. Our quality of moving through the world hinges on the quality of our life maps.  Our nervous system, (neuro) is affixed to our proficiency for language, (linguistic). Organizing and guiding our behavior (neuro and verbal) patterns, allows us to add more details to our reality map.


Through NLP, we can offer you, specific principles and techniques appropriate for a wide range of complex, chronic conditions that have symptoms, with no readily identifiable cause.  NLP practitioners can help you understand how you experience your life, offer new choices for categorizing your experiences, and help you gain a new ability to understand, process and solve problems. Rather than fixating on perceived shortcomings, you can draw from resources you already have uncovering solutions that guide you on a life path toward  your desired outcomes.


Physical and emotional concerns can be resourcefully addressed through NLP. Using NLP, we can identify and draw from your existing resources to address such diverse issues as trauma, phobias, addictions, pain management, neuropathy, impotence and others. If you wish to delve beyond missing medical explanations, NLP can help you move forward to a more positive future.