NLP therapy

The NLP Therapy (Neurolinguistic Programming) offers some very effective techniques and tools to help overcome the problem from the root, training the mind to change, quickly and easily, any situation that is preventing the development of the person.

Through very effective and powerful exercisesnlp practitioner teaches us to transform those thoughts and beliefs that negatively affect our mental, emotional and physical state. Also, it helps us to banish models and habits that do not allow us to reach our goals, or to be happy, and at the same time help us to install others that prepare us and empower us to achieve what we want.

Bearing in mind that the origin of many diseases is in the unconscious mind, and that the body is only the place where they manifest and develop, NLPdoes not focus only on the symptoms but it also addresses the treatments at the deepest levels of being and personality, producing generative and evolutionary changes in people, so that they can develop all their capabilities and potential.

NLP, unlike other conventional therapies, focuses on the state desired by the person, with results that can be immediate, deep and sustainable over time.

NLP Therapy sessions can be 60, 90 or 120 minutes, depending on the technique to be applied. The number of sessions needed to obtain results depends on the objective to be achieved, but in general, it is a rather short therapy, where results are achieved in a few sessions.

NLP Therapy addresses various types of disorders, there are no contraindications, no side effects, no strange alterations, or any type of lateral conflict derived from the treatment. So we can say that it is a completely ecological therapy. It has the advantage that, in addition to increasing security and confidence, will achieve communicate better with your children, parents, spouse, family, friends, work and all the people around you.

It is especially useful to overcome conflicts of family and work origin, such as:

  • Crisis of couple 
  • Conflicts with children 
  • Addictive relationships 
  • Jealousy and insecurity 
  • Learning to put limits 
  • Acceptance before the inevitable 
  • Situations of abuse 
  • Effective communication in labor relations 
  • Phobias and harmful habits 
  • Anxiety, migraines, stress, etc. 
  • Low self-esteem and low self-confidence