Definitions for "Neuro-linguistic Programming"
NLP) - the study of the structure of subjective experience. NLP is a process of modeling and increasingly the term is used to encompass the techniques and skills uncovered as a result of this process. The technique and the name was developed by John Grinder and Richard Bandler in 1975.
This set of techniques works on almost a hypnotic level to change unconscious patterns of thought, behavior and language. NLP practitioners look for clues in a person’s set speech and behavior patterns and then provide the mental tools that clients can use to alter that behavior.
(NLP, neurolinguistics): Quasi-spiritual behavior-modification (or "performance psychology") technique whose crux is "modelling," or "NLP modelling": imitating the behavior of high achievers. Richard Bandler and John Grinder initially formulated NLP in 1975, reputedly duplicating the "magical results" of several top communicators and therapists. (These included Milton H. Erickson, M.D., the originator of Ericksonian Hypnosis.) Advanced Neuro Dynamics, Inc., in Honolulu, Hawaii, has promoted a style of NLP that "recognizes the importance of the human spirit and its connection with the mind and body." Pure NLP is the brand of NLP promoted by The Society of Neuro-Linguistic Programming.
Keywords:  verbal, habits, traits, trends, bad
Looks at behavioral traits and bad habits. Treatment provides the patient with verbal instructions to reverse the trends.