An NLP session will follow guidelines which are comprised of several steps:
The practitioner will first try to create and maintain a link with the person, taking the time to listen to him, to remain in his "model of the world", to show him that he understands and is following him. This is called the "bridge of the heart".
Then the practitioner will specify the current situation. It will be a question of quickly understanding the current situation, with its different mechanisms, by focusing on the reasons why this is happening, only in order to determine the subject's beliefs.
The practitioner will seek to clarify several points, such as:
The context, the people involved: the situation.
The precise situation: what is going on?
Why is this a problem: what is experienced as being troublesome?
What are the transgressed beliefs or values: why have these come about?
The "processes" that have been implemented: what has been done?
A permanent attention will be given by the practitioner to what NLP calls "the logical levels." During his questioning, the practitioner will seek to understand at which level the problem is located, in order to bring about a solution or a change at a higher level.
- Determine the objective. Clearly determining a goal, with the steps above, can already be a big step forward.
The practitioner will help the subject determine an objective himself by leading him to:
-Make affirmative statements
-Accept that the problem comes from oneself
-Set precise results
-Focus on something even more important
-Specify the scope of your problem
-Accept the possible change
- Set up a strategy: Find out what and how to go from one to the other.
The practitioner will build a personalized support "strategy" through techniques adapted to the logical level of the subject and to the construction of the symptom which poses a problem:
-research and "anchoring" of resources or capacities
-visualization and learning of a new behavior
-work on internal processes (mental images, emotions, etc.)
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The practitioner finally tests the techniques and the strategy adopted on the expected modification of the subject's behavior.
The field of application of NLP is really very wide indeed, and is based on behavioral problems such as: (tobacco, alcohol, bulimia, anorexia, ...), phobias, through stress, depression, anxiety, insomnia, traumas of life, nightmares, inner conflicts, illness, etc ...
It can also help to motivate oneself, hence its use in the mental preparation of athletes, coaching, management, training, learning, education.
To find NLP practitioners, we invite you to search the internet for trained and certified Technicians, Practitioners and Master Practitioners.~NLP allows people, in all cases, to strengthen self-confidence.