I work with Neuro linguistic programming techniques and modalities not limited but
including –
Time line therapy ™
Timeline Therapy, also known as Time Line Therapy® (TLP), is a therapeutic
approach that focuses on the concept of a mental "timeline" to address and resolve
emotional issues. Developed by Tad James and Wyatt Woodsmall, Time Line
Therapy is often associated with Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and is used
as a complementary technique in personal development and therapeutic settings.

The basic idea behind Timeline Therapy is that our memories and experiences are
organized in a linear fashion along a mental timeline, which can be visualized as a
mental construct representing the past, present, and future. Practitioners of Timeline
Therapy work with individuals to explore and, if necessary, reframe or release
negative emotions and limiting beliefs associated with specific events on their

Key elements of Timeline Therapy include:

1. **Timeline Exploration:** Clients are guided to mentally explore their timeline,
revisiting significant events and memories from their past.

2. **Emotional Release:** The therapy aims to help individuals release or neutralize
negative emotions associated with past events. This process can involve reframing
perspectives and changing the emotional charge linked to specific memories.

3. **Behavioral Change:** By addressing and resolving negative emotions and
limiting beliefs, Timeline Therapy seeks to facilitate positive behavioral changes in
the present and future. It aims to empower individuals to make choices and take
actions aligned with their goals.

4. **Creating a Compelling Future:** Clients are encouraged to create a positive and
compelling vision for their future. This involves setting goals and establishing a
positive direction for personal and professional growth.

Timeline Therapy is often used for issues such as phobias, trauma, anxiety, and
limiting beliefs. It is considered a brief and solution-focused therapeutic approach
that aims to bring about rapid and lasting change. However, it's essential to note that
while some individuals find Timeline Therapy beneficial, its effectiveness can vary
from person to person, and it may not be suitable for everyone. If you are
considering Timeline Therapy, it's recommended to consult with a qualified and
experienced practitioner.

Fast Phobia Cure is a technique designed to help individuals overcome phobias
and irrational fears. The process is based on the idea that phobias are often
associated with specific visual and sensory representations in a person's mind.
Phobias are irrational and intense fears of specific objects, situations, or activities.
There are numerous phobias, and they can be categorized into different groups.
Here are some examples of common phobias:

1. **Arachnophobia:** Fear of spiders.
2. **Acrophobia:** Fear of heights.
3. **Claustrophobia:** Fear of confined spaces.
4. **Agoraphobia:** Fear of open spaces or situations where escape may be difficult.
5. **Ophidiophobia:** Fear of snakes.
6. **Cynophobia:** Fear of dogs.
7. **Trypophobia:** Fear of clusters of small holes or patterns.
8. **Social Phobia (Social Anxiety Disorder):** Fear of social situations and
9. **Aerophobia:** Fear of flying.
10. **Hemophobia:** Fear of blood.
11. **Dentophobia:** Fear of dentists or dental procedures.
12. **Claustrophobia:** Fear of the dark.
13. **Glossophobia:** Fear of public speaking.
14. **Nyctophobia:** Fear of the night or darkness.
15. **Thanatophobia:** Fear of death.
16. **Emetophobia:** Fear of vomiting.
17. **Automatonophobia:** Fear of humanoid figures, like dolls or mannequins.

18. **Musophobia:** Fear of mice or rats.
19. **Triskaidekaphobia:** Fear of the number 13.
20. **Nomophobia:** Fear of being without a mobile phone.

These are just a few examples, and there are many more phobias, each with its own
unique characteristics. It's important to note that phobias can vary in severity.
It's essential to understand that while Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) includes
various techniques that many people find helpful, there are no guarantees of
success, and the effectiveness of NLP techniques can vary from person to person.