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Neurolinguistic Programming

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Samanta Rozenzveig

on 26 May 2014

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Transcript of Neurolinguistic Programming

Neurolinguistic Programming
NLP is...
... a collection of techniques, patterns and strategies for assisting effective communication, personal growth and change, and learning. (Revell & Norman - 1997)
An alternative form of therapy
NLP is interested in how people influence each other and how the behaviors of very effective people could be duplicated.
NLP have been applied in different fields
The NLP model provides a theoretical framework and a set of working principles for directing or guiding therapeutic change, but the principles of NLP have been applied in a variety of other fields, including management training, sports training, communication sales and marketing, and language teaching.
Theory of language and learning
Principles
Conclusion
NLP is not a language teaching method. Rather, it is a humanistic philosophy and a set of beliefs and suggestions based on popular psychology, designed to convince people that they have the power to control their own and other people's lives for the better, and practical prescriptions on how to do so.
Linguistic...
... is concerned with the way the language we use shapes, as well as reflects our experience of the world.
Programming...
... is concerned with training ourselves to think, speak, and act in new positive ways.
Neuro...
... is concerned with how we experience the world through our five senses and represent it in our minds (VAKOG)
Outcomes
"Know what you want"
Rapport
"Establish rapport with yourself and then with others"
Sensory acuity
"Use your senses. Look at, listen to, and feel what is actually happening"
Flexibility
"Keep changing what you do until you get what you want"
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