NLP (Neurolinguistic Programming)

Real and lasting changes are possible with NLP and Hypnotic Conditioning.
Together they can lead to a happy, productive, fulfilling and creative life.

What is NLP?
NLP was created in the mid-1970s by Dr. Richard Bandler, a mathematician, and John Grinder, a linguist. It started as a research project studying the way human beings store and process thoughts to better understand how we communicate with others. Through their studies, they developed a process called “modeling” which is how most NLP research was conducted. They studied and modeled some of the greatest geniuses of their time including Dr. Milton Erickson, profound Hypnotherapist, Virginia Satir, world-renowned family therapist and Fritz Pearls, founder of Gestalt Therapy.

How Does NLP Work?
NLP allows an individual to change, adopt, or eliminate behaviors (as desired), and to choose mental, emotional, and physical states of well-being. With NLP, one learns how to grow from every single life experience; this increases one’s ability to achieve and sustain a better quality of life, both personally and professionally. NLP is directly applicable to a diverse spectrum of fields such as communications, business, sales, education, and therapy.

Pam has traveled to Phoenix, AZ for an intense 18-day NLP Practitioner/Life Coach and NLP Master Practitioner & Hypnosis Training offered by Empowerment Quest International. She earned her license in NLP and Hypnosis.


NOTE: While NLP has produced remarkable clinical results, the public must take complete responsibility for their use of it. Pam Rettig is not a licensed health professional. Pam is a Master NLP Practitioner and consulting Hypnotist certified by Richard Bandler.
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