We use powerful methods based on Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), and Positive Psychology.


NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming)

NLP is a method of changing thought patterns and associations to get out of the habits and fears. It offers various strategies to move towards your ideal self and what you wish to achieve, and to break free from what is holding you back. Here’s a demonstration to understand how the brain works:
  1. Step one: Picture a food item that you feel neutral about right now. (I.e., you don’t really want it, but could eat it.) 
  2. Step two: Make this picture black and white, and push it far away in the distance, as it gets smaller. How do you feel about eating it right now? 
  3. Step three: Make the picture come closer and closer, make it bright, three-dimensional, as it gets bigger and closer in front of you. Is it more appealing than it was in Step two?
For everything we want or don’t want, our brain makes pictures, words, or feelings. NLP is used to alter this process, and connect it to elicit the responses you desire, so that the change becomes easy.



CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)

CBT explains the interaction between our thoughts, emotions and behaviours. The central idea is that if we change our thoughts,
 our feelings and actions change as well, similar to NLP. It entails:
  • Understanding how thoughts, feelings and actions lead to undesirable behaviours
  • Switching to new, more useful skills for changing the behaviour


 Another instance of using CBT to change behaviour:



Positive Psychology

Instead of “fixing problems” with people, Positive Psychology is about using proactive scientific methods to enhance the state of mind. This involves:
  • Tackling challenging situations and people
  • Engaging and relating with other people effectively
  • Increasing creativity and productivity
  • Helping others find fulfillment and satisfaction, instead of focussing only on oneself