Programming: We program ourselves by putting in place ways of thinking, feeling and behaving that we employ in the many situations of our life.
Neuro: this ability is based on our neurological activity.
Linguistics: language structures and reflects the way we think.
NLP was developed in 1972 by John Grinder, professor of linguistics, and Richard Bandler, mathematician and psychotherapist. The two men had decided to study the excellent results obtained by certain professionals of psychotherapy and communication, among which Fritz Perls, the founder of gestalt therapy , and Milton Erickson , the father of the new hypnosis. Bandler and Grinder resolved to bring together in a single method the disparate elements identified in these communication aces, in order to define the terms of a know-how leading undoubtedly to success. In France, the teaching of this technique has mainly developed through seminars intended for executives, negotiators, pedagogues or therapists, as well as for all those who wish to acquire effective communication techniques, applicable in their daily life.