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NLP v NLPt - an article for Rapport Magazine by Sharon Rooke

06 Oct 2016 4:19 PM | Sharon Rooke (Administrator)

Neurolinguistic Psychotherapy and Neuro Linguistic Programming – what’s the difference?

Neuro linguistic programming is defined as ‘the study of the structure of subjective experience’ or ‘An attitude, a methodology, that leads to a trail of techniques’ or ‘Modelling Excellence’.  You may have your own definition because that’s part of the beauty of NLP – it’s flexible and personal!

Neurolinguistic Psychotherapy is a specialised context of the application of NLP skills, knowledge with the back drop of understanding change, systems and people. It is applied psychology in a therapeutic setting, assisting clients to achieve their outcome...[Click the link to continue reading this article]

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