NLP - Neuro Linguistic Programming
School of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)
(Neuro-linguistic programming) Via Distance Learning
Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) is an approach to communication, personal development and psychotherapy created in 1970 by Richard Bandler, then a recent graduate of the University of Santa Cruz in California and John Grinder, a professor at that university. They began to study together the characteristics of the communication used by some excellent psychotherapists, able to produce changes and healings in people effectively and continuously.
The acronym NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) refers to a declared connection between neurological processes and behavioral patterns that have been learned through experience and which can be organized to achieve specific goals in life. In short, NLP is a model to describe the subjective world of our perceptions.
Behind NLP is the belief that if we become aware of our behavioral patterns and our unconscious programs, we are in a position to change them as we please. But if we have no idea what we would like to change, they do not even know how to understand if something has changed. NLP is also a speculative attitude characterized by a sense of curiosity, adventure and desire to learn the skills necessary to understand what types of communication influence others. It is a scientific method based on the principle that every human behavior has its own structure that can be modified and changed. Finally it is a technology that allows human beings to organize their own information and perceptions to achieve certain results. Ultimately, NLP deals with the study of the subjective experience of individuals to lead them towards human and professional excellence.
The autonomous NLP faculty allows obtaining the following certifications from Selinus University International:
Certified NLP Practitioner via Distance Learning
Certified NLP Master Practitioner Via Distance Lerning
Bachelor of Psychology in NLP via Distance Learning
Master of Science in Neurolinguistic Programming via Distance Learning