How To Perform Nlp Techniques?

How To Perform Nlp Techniques?

Psychotherapists trained in the NLP techniques, also trained in several other areas like cognitive therapy, and will draw from this as required. People come to these psychotherapists to change some area of their lives and the therapists use an NLP technique to help them modify their internal language.

NLP technique is based on detecting the distortions, deletions and generalizations in the patient’s language. The NLP technique endeavors to pinpoint the reasons why something is bad in the patient, and then to change that meaning.

NLP technique for a person with post traumatic stress disorder – the person might be saying something like ‘why did this happen to me?’ It is the psychotherapists job to find out what the patient’s meaning of ‘this’ is, and why it is so toxic to their mental state at the present time, then to the employ the NLP technique to alter the meaning of the event so that it is something more logical and manageable to the patient.

They might think that they caused the death of a loved one because they told them to go and get milk from the supermarket, and the person died in a car accident on the way there. This type of thinking is highly toxic and using the NLP technique the therapist should attempt to change it to something like – your husband died in a car accident which was in no way your fault, you can’t beat fate.

This NLP technique is highly valuable to any psychotherapist, but can also be beneficial to everyone who is interested in helping others or themselves. This is not the only NLP technique out there, many others do exist, and they are as valuable, of not more that this NLP technique.

 

Ben Tien has been writing about Advantages of the NLP System for many years. He is the educator of personal development with a strong focus on effective communication. Learn more about NLP in the author blog: NLP Way

20. April 2011 by Admin
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