Andrea Bremner BSc (Hons) MSc
Mindfulness | NLP Master | Nutrition therapy
07721 881021

So what does NLP mean? The ‘Neuro’ element means the central nervous system and brain. The ‘Linguistic’ element means the language in the brain. The ‘Programming’ element means how we behave. All the information that we have collected over the years in the form of memories (linguistic element) are stored in our brain (neuro element) and this affects the way that we respond (programming element) to the world. By using the techniques of NLP you can change the language stored in your brain and this in turn will change your behaviour. 

Andrea is a member of the Association of NLP which is an international organisation demonstrating best practice amongst NLP Professionals.

Though the tools of NLP can be used to make many emotional and behavioural changes, it has more recently become a well-known in the treatment of anxiety and panic attacks. The aim of the therapy is to improve how the individual sees, thinks and feels by identifying and studying an individual’s visual imagery, thoughts, feelings and behaviours. Anxiety is a programme of pictures, language and physiology which some individuals run habitually on a day-to-day basis. After a full analysis of an individual’s programme, from trigger to behaviour, the appropriate NLP intervention  can be put in place to change thoughts and beliefs resulting in a more positive outcome behaviour.

By using the tools and techniques of NLP, Andrea work's with you to change your perception of your past and future memories, changing the storage of information, in order to change the way that you act or behave.

To book your first session with Andrea please click here.

19-09-2019 10:42 AM

Vaginal birth and Caesarean: Differences in babies' bacteria

Babies born by Caesarean section have dramatically different gut bacteria to those born vaginally, according to the largest study in the field.

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