NLP is the most powerful methodology in Applied Psychology. It is powerful because it gives us a strategic model to make changes at the level of human subjective experience. It equips us with the process to disassemble any human problem into its inherent elements, and break down the strategy a client uses to create a problem. Equipped with this understanding we are in a position to help the client strategically construct a new experience. I call this process the NLP Method.
When you have been diagnosed with depression, typically you would have been told you require a lifetime drug therapy, and something is “wrong” with you. According to an established medical tradition, you are “broken”.
If you have been suffering from depression, you must realize you have been creating that state for yourself.
Have you ever created goals for yourself you wanted to achieve BUT failed? Did it happen repeatedly? The reasons for that may be very simple, and recognizing those may lead you to an overwhelming success.