NLP
or Neuro-Linguistic Programming

What we've been practicing before without knowing it, we've been concerned with knowing how to practice it.

Olivier Rebout

Definition

Indeed, in NLP, it is about codifying, organizing, and implementing techniques on something we have all been doing naturally since the dawn of time: COMMUNICATE and THINK!

The official definition of NLP is: the study of the structure of our subjective experience.

NLP allows us to “model”: to take as an example, to reproduce a behavior, know-how or skills. Copying what is best in another human being.

The standard phrase in NLP would be: “What one man can do, another man can do.”

NLP is a fairly recent technique created in the 1970s in the United States by a mathematician (Bandler) and a linguist (Grinder).

They based themselves on the experiences of well-known therapists.

We can say that NLP was born from different therapies such as: Couple and Family Therapy (Virginia Satir), Ericksonian Hypnosis (Milton Erickson) and Gestalt Therapy (Fritz Perls) – (therapeutic approach centered on the constant interaction of the human being with his environment).

NLP: for whom, why?

NLP is for all those who wish to improve their relationship with others. It offers solutions adapted to specific situations, whether in personal or professional life.

NLP allows you to work on your communication with yourself and with others in order to be efficient in the management of your relationships.