What Is NLP?
NLP is an abbreviation for “neuro-linguistic programming,” initially developed in the 1970s by the University of California at Santa Cruz professor John Grinder and researcher Richard Bandler.
Despite the common misconception that it is, NLP isn’t a type of therapy. Instead, it’s a solution-focused instructional process that can be used to bring about change that’s both positive and long-lasting. People can better understand how their thinking processes influence every element of their lives with the assistance of NLP, which can serve as a “user manual for the mind.”