Andy Silver - Advanced NLP Practitioner


What is NLP?

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) is an approach to communication, personal development, and psychotherapy created by Richard Bandler and John Grinder in California, United States in the 1970s. It is the way we communicate with ourselves. Neuro means “of the mind.” Linguistic is the study of language. So in simple terms, it means that you can program the language of your mind.

As an Advanced NLP Practitioner, I can help you connect with a desired solution through a more resourceful state of mind instead of an old belief system which has kept you “stuck in the problem.”


Here are a couple of examples showing how NLP can help…

I met with a First Grader that hated the idea that negative one times negative one = positive one (-1 X -1 = +1). I offered an NLP-based intervention and then the math problem made sense.

Another NLP based intervention was adopted by a 75-year old retired minister who hated to exercise, but with NLP learned to “live on the positive side of his ambivalence” and has been a stair-stepper for the past three years and says he’s enjoying it.

Personal Coaching & NLP
Letter from a Social Worker in Charlotte, NC:

“Hi Andy,

I would be happy to share my experience. In fact, I have been sharing with so many of my close friends how helpful the NLP session was for me. I experienced a sense of renewal and freedom after our session together. After our session I was sure I would run a successful marathon.

The guided imagery that was done in the session came back to me during my race, allowing me to accomplish my goal of completing the race and beating my old record. The session also gave me an opportunity to feel grounded about making a decision about my relationship. I no longer felt stuck, or confused. And to this very day I continue to use the tools given to me during the NLP session.

Feeling a sense of safety by the facilitator really allowed me to trust the process and to gain the highest good from my experience.

I felt that I regained my sense of self from that single session. Thanks.”