What is NLP therapy
What is the impact of using words that encourage moral judgement? If I use word like “lazy” I make a judgement on person I am describing and I want others to view this person in the same way I do. It could be that the “lazy” person believes, because of the impact of the words that are used against them, that they are unable to succeed. Here is an opportunity for us all, as a society, to encourage and offer support. This is an opportunity to put some NLP principles into practice. What is NLP therapy and how can it help us use more positive language in order to change the way we view ourselves and others?
NLP is simple, it encourages us to review our vocabulary in order to see the world in a different, better, way. For example, all a word like “lazy” will do is make this person feel shamed and inadequate which is hardly a good place to start achieving from.
If you have found this blog speaks about some of the things you have been thinking, maybe you might consider contacting me, we can talk about counselling and the other therapeutic options you have available to you.
From the New Forest to Bournemouth and Poole I have enabled young people, couples and families and individuals to understand what is happening for them and together we have created a better life.
When I work this week in Bournemouth, Poole or Dorset as a counsellor, couple counsellor, teenage and adolescent counsellor, family counsellor and family therapist, offering Family counselling and marriage guidance, marriage counselling, teenage counselling and adolescent counselling to individuals and couples with differing forms of anxiety and depression feeling anxious and depressed, I may use CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy), Attachment Theory, Mindfulness, Psychodrama, Person Centred Therapy, Humanistic Therapy, Gestalt Therapy, Psychoanalysis, Solution Focused Therapy, Integrative Therapy or Family Therapy or Attachment Theory…I am mindful to that counselling offers us new opportunities and possibilities for us to develop our knowledge, commitment and understanding of ourselves and each other.