While so many psychological techniques and counseling sessions are being employed to treat a person’s mental health condition, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) seems to be producing positive results on people with negative thoughts and addiction.
Online PR News – 30-October-2012 – 10/25/2012, Sheffield, South Yorkshire – Sheffield, South Yorkshire A human mind on a given day is capable of going through 60,000 different thoughts and 98% of these thoughts repetitive in nature from the previous day. In the present day situation and environment, most of these thoughts don't seem to have a positive impact on their thought process as well. And some negative thoughtsare so frequent that people get obsessed with those thoughts that could adversely impact their way of life. Addiction is another form of mental hazard that can lead an Individual to the path of Self-destruction.
Though some people have been able mentally tough to fight these demons within and managed to get rid of them, a vast majority of those affected require a professional help to bring them back to normalcy. NLP in the past few decades is proving to be an effective technique to assist people with addiction.
"Life is very interesting... in the end, some of your greatest pains, become your greatest strengths." - Drew Barrymore, an actor since her childhood reached her lowest point in her life when she was addicted to drugs and alcohol. But, she continues to be an inspiration to the youngsters of this generation. So, these obsessive negative thoughts and addictions can be ridden off an Individual's mind by treating with the right psychological method.
"NLP encourages an individual to recognize, use and adapt their mental programming. This can help those who are troubled by negative thoughts to rid themselves of these thoughts and to condition their brain processes to their own advantage" - as quoted from the official website of Bill Rusling, a licensed practitioner of NLP, who has been instrumental in transforming the lives of many people for good. NLP services for addiction especially has been his area of expertise which needs years of experience in dealing with people who are prone to be over-reactive and violent at times.
Unlike the psychological courses offered by Universities, one doesn't have to delve into the basics of mental physiology. NLP offers a few techniques that needs to be exercised by the practitioner on his patients with addiction and the results could be life-changing and instant as well.
For more information about Bill Rusling and NLP Services, please visit www.nlpsheffield.com