Merging communication & therapy to bolster personal growth for mental wellness.

Merging communication & therapy to bolster personal growth for mental wellness.

Impactful change, designed around your lifestyle

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) is a captivating blend of cognitive science, communication strategies, and therapeutic techniques. It delves deep into the intricacies of the human mind, examining how we process experiences, communicate our emotions, and form behavioural patterns. At its core, NLP is designed to modify behaviour, optimise mental health, and enhance personal growth.

Online therapy, designed around your lifestyle

In recent years, online NLP therapy has emerged as a modern way to achieve personal development and healing. Individuals can now access NLP sessions from the comfort of their homes, giving them access to experienced practitioners without geographical barriers. Faster Therapy connects you for personalised online services tailored to your needs. Experience the convenience of therapy online, and let’s navigate the path to better mental health together.

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What our clients say

At Faster Therapy, we take pride in the positive impact we’ve made in our clients’ lives. Take a look below and hear directly from those who’ve embarked on a journey of change with us.

jeff tozer
jeff tozer
Amazing session with Adam.Cant believe how it helped me with trauma. I highly recommend
Benjamin Sullivan
Benjamin Sullivan
Would highly recommend Adam and Faster Therapy. I have been suffering from anxiety and emotional trauma for the last several years. Adam is caring, compassionate and genuinely interested in your well-being. He’s explained how your mind works and the processes involved. Over 45 minutes, I was able to let go of the anxiety, pain, negative emotions I had carried around for years. I felt such a release and now feel energised with a positive outlook on my life. The session has helped me and would recommend anyone who has spent years in counselling to give this a try.
Panicos Lazarou
Panicos Lazarou
I'm very grateful for your prompt and effective therapy, Adam. You have been very attentive and caring throughout the process. thank you..
ashley kavanagh
ashley kavanagh
Adam was really professional and calming. I have been struggling with my own demons for a while especially with my anxiety and prior traumas and Adam is teaching me to let go. As I realised I was pushing all my emotions down and not facing them. After one session I was able to go for a meal with friends. I haven’t been able to do that in months. If you are thinking about having sessions I would definitely do it. Working on yourself before anything else. Adam is really down to earth and is easy to connect with. I felt comfortable from start to finish. Thank you
Phil Tyler
Phil Tyler
Amazing service with great aftercare. Their hypnosis was a game changer and helped in many different areas of life not just smoking. 100% recommend
Jessica Morris
Jessica Morris
I’ve was struggling with anxiety and panic attacks working with Adam and Mark has changed my life forever! Highly recommend!
Gruffydd Smith
Gruffydd Smith
I was quite skeptical before my session with Adam, but after the session for my past anxiety i feel like a weights lifted off my shoulders.
Mr Sweed15JP
Mr Sweed15JP
I had a fear of cheese for 20 years , 20 minutes with Adam and I ate cheese for the first time in my life!! Brilliant 👍🏼
lucy griffiths
lucy griffiths
Adam was very knowledgable and made me feel comfortable from the start. The hypnotherapy was thorough and worked so well. My anxiety has dramatically improved and this has helped me so much in life!
Emma Corten
Emma Corten
I couldn’t recommend Adam enough. He’s attentive, talented and truly cares about your well-being. I would recommend him and hypnotherapy in general , as for me I definitely think it’s helped.

Your NLP journey, explained

Choosing the right NLP practitioner

Selecting the right NLP practitioner is paramount to the success of the therapy. Our NLP practitioners have undergone rigorous NLP training and hold an NLP certification.

Setting up your virtual space

Ensuring your virtual space is conducive to therapy is essential before embarking on sessions. Find a quiet, private room, ensure a stable internet connection, and familiarise yourself with the chosen software.

Initial online consultations

Your first meeting with an NLP therapist typically involves understanding your mental health conditions and goals. This is an opportunity to discuss any mental health issues, be it general anxiety disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, and establish a roadmap for therapy.

Introduction to NLP techniques

During the sessions, your NLP therapist will introduce various techniques tailored to your needs. This may include visualisation techniques, understanding your preferred representational system, and techniques to reframe negative thoughts.

Practical application and exercises

NLP isn’t just about theory; it’s about practical application. An NLP therapist will guide you through exercises to achieve desired outcomes, whether it’s weight management, improving communication skills, or dealing issues associated with traumatic events.

Feedback and adjustments

As therapy progresses, feedback becomes crucial. NLP-based methods can be tweaked and adjusted based on individual responses. Continuous assessment ensures the NLP interventions remain effective so that you can continue on your personal growth story.

Neuro-Linguistic Programming explained

Common NLP techniques designed for personal development and addressing mental health issues


Changing the way an event is perceived to transform its emotional impact. This is particularly effective for addressing negative thoughts.


Associating positive feelings with specific stimuli to evoke desired responses during challenging situations.

Preferred representational system

Understanding whether an individual predominantly processes information visually, auditorily, or kinesthetically and then using that knowledge for tailored interventions.

Swish pattern

Replacing an undesirable image or behaviour with a desirable one is helpful in behaviour modification.

Meta model

A verbal tool to clarify and expand on a client’s language and uncover underlying beliefs or generalisations.

Milton model

Unlike the Meta Model, it uses artfully vague language to guide clients into a trance or change state.

Visual/kinesthetic dissociation

Particularly useful for individuals with post-traumatic stress disorder, it involves distancing oneself from traumatic memories to reduce their emotional impact.

Frequently asked questions

Further reading on NLP and how it can change behaviour for personal growth.

NLP, or Neuro-Linguistic Programming, is a therapeutic approach that combines aspects of communication, personal development, and neurolinguistic psychotherapy. The term itself stems from three key areas: Neuro (how we think), Linguistic (how we communicate), and Programming (how we behave). By understanding and influencing these aspects, NLP practitioners aim to help individuals make positive life changes.
NLP was founded in the 1970s by Richard Bandler and John Grinder. Their goal was to study the patterns of successful individuals and replicate them. Through their research, they developed various NLP techniques that aimed to modify behaviour and enhance personal development.
Unlike many traditional therapeutic techniques, NLP focuses heavily on the “personal map” of the individual, emphasising subjective experiences and behavioural patterns. While traditional therapy might dig deep into past experiences, NLP often focuses more on the present, helping individuals reshape their current thought patterns and behaviours.

Yes, NLP therapists employ a variety of techniques, ranging from “reframing” (changing the way an individual perceives an event) to “anchoring” (associating positive feelings with specific stimuli). Another popular method involves understanding an individual’s “preferred representational system”, which pertains to whether a person prefers visual, auditory, or kinesthetic modes of information processing.

Richard Bandler and John Grinder are the co-founders of NLP. They were instrumental in developing the foundational theories and practices that constitute NLP today. Their work has been influenced by notable figures such as Virginia Satir and Milton Erickson, and they’ve authored numerous books on the subject.
An aspiring NLP practitioner undergoes specialised training that delves into the theory and application of NLP techniques. This training culminates in NLP certification, ensuring the practitioner has the knowledge and skills to apply NLP techniques effectively.
NLP therapy can be employed for a wide range of mental health issues. From general anxiety disorder to post-traumatic stress disorder, NLP offers tools and techniques to help individuals navigate and reshape negative thought patterns.
Absolutely! NLP is not just limited to therapy. Many individuals use NLP techniques for personal development, improving communication skills, weight management, team building, and even in business settings to enhance leadership and problem-solving skills.
While many individuals feel relief even after a single session, the number of sessions required can vary based on individual experiences, the depth of trauma, and other associated factors.

Get help and get happy with Faster Therapy

We guide individuals, couples, and families toward better living through small, lasting changes. Through online therapy, we make big impacts with subtle shifts. Your journey to transformation starts with one small step.