Have you ever worked with clients, gotten the change and then discovered they have generated problems in another area of their lives?
We see this a lot with clients who deal with abuse,
trauma or PTSD.
As I worked with these presenting problems it became obvious to me that we were working with more than just negative emotions, limiting beliefs and memories. In fact, we were working with the very strategies that define ourselves and our approach to life. These strategies were reinforced in our brains and went as deeply as the cellular level.
Not only do we generate neurological pathways of behavior in our brain, we become addicted to our own brain chemicals.
Just as an addict must get high off an external chemical, we too can be addicted to a behavioral strategy which releases the sought after chemicals. If our behavior is of a positive nature then we never worry about it. But, if the behavior is undesirable, we may try all manner of interventions to change it only to find we’re replacing it with something else.
Neural Pathway Restructuring™ has been clearly defined as a viable process to create lasting change in dealing with behavioral strategies.
NPR restructures the neurological habitual pattern of behavior so much so that is impossible to run it again even if you tried to. When utilizing this technique with someone we have to “warn” them they won’t be able to access the behavior ever again and are they sure they want that!
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