- Our Neurology. The way we take in information from the outside world
through the connected mind and body.
- The Language we use to express our experience both to ourselves internally,
and to others
- The patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving we develop as 'habitual'
ways of living and operating in the world
Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)
NLP is an extremely useful and practical model of psychology and communication. Based on the study of people who naturally do things well, NLP focusses on the strategies in thinking and behaviour that promote excellence.
Developed in the 1960's by Richard Bandler and John Grinder (et al), NLP offers us a way of understanding perception, thinking and behaviour in a way that allows us to explore both our own thinking strategies and also allows us to recognise and respond positively to the difference in others.
We all do what we do because on some level it makes sense to us and when we can observe and experience the differences between us with understanding rather than judgement great things can start to happen.
NLP was originally modelled from Therapy, and has found practical and effective use in Business, Sports Psychology, Leadership & Management, Care & Support and Change work.
NLP is a model that helps us get clearer about how we make sense of the world and how others do that differently. NLP contains the information we should have all been taught as children. Once you can understand better more about how you make sense of the world, things like learning, performing and being at your best become much easier and far more natural and effective.
We are proud to be a member of INLPTA - The International NLP Trainers Association, and abide by the ecology and ethics. The purpose of INLPTA is to facilitate the alignment of professional NLP trainers around the world in the ethical and professional use of NLP through the standardization and continual improvement of the NLP accreditation process.
NLP can help in many ways, although it's not all about problems it can help with;
- Stress & Anxiety
- Confidence & Self esteem
- Habits & Change
- Relationships & Communication
- Pain & Comfort
- Low mood & Depression
- Motivation & Goal setting
- Creative thinking & Development
- Memory & Learning
Upcoming Accredited Training
- NLP Practitioner - Seminar 10 - The finale
- 09/06/2018 - 10/06/2018
- NLP Foundation Diploma (module 1)
- 11/06/2018 - 12/06/2018
- NLP Foundation Diploma (module 2)
- 21/06/2018 - 22/06/2018
- NLP Master Practitioner Programme - Seminar 1
- 13/10/2018 - 14/10/2018
- NLP Practitioner - Seminar 3
- 27/10/2018 - 28/10/2018
I seek to know, in order to serve
Purity of intent
Focus of will
Level of Awareness
Quality of Character
Hypnosis can be a powerful way to access an altered state of mind to gain deep relaxation and connection with the unconscious processes that make us who we are.
Based on Milton Erickson's approach to hypnosis and modelled within NLP, Indirect Hypnosis can help you gain more awareness, choice and control over the physical, mental and emotional experiences within your life and make lasting change that makes sense to you.
Hypnosis can help you combat stress, let go of negative emotion, change habits, manage pain and discomfort, aid memory and learning, improve mental health, manage anger and frustration.
For a free consultation please contact us
Eddie is fully qualified, insured and registered with the General Hypnosis Register, The Complimentary Healthcare Council and the Information Commissioners office for data protection.
Hypnosis is a safe and natural way to access inner resources that can help you change the way you think, feel and behave. Hypnosis can also help to manage symptoms associated with diagnosed medical conditions. Hypnosis is not a replacement for Medical Advice and before we commit to any sessions we first need to write to your GP and request his consent for the use of hypnosis for management of medical conditions.
- First consultation free
- No Minimum Sessions
- Registered, Qualified and Insured