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Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) is a communication and personal development method developed in the 1970s. It is based on the idea that how we think, feel, and behave is determined by how we process information in our brain and that by changing how we process this information, we can change our thoughts, feelings, and behaviours.

NLP is based on the idea that the mind and language are connected and that we can change how we think and communicate by understanding this connection. NLP practitioners use techniques and methods, such as reframing, anchoring, and pattern interruption, to help clients achieve their goals and make positive life changes.

NLP is sometimes used in therapy, coaching, and personal development to help people overcome problems such as anxiety, phobias, depression, and negative thoughts and improve communication, relationships, and performance in various areas of life, such as work, sports, and education.

It is important to note that NLP is not a scientifically validated field of study, and the effectiveness of its techniques and methods has not been widely supported by scientific research.