A blistering critique of Neurolinguistic Programming

From the British Psychological Society “Research Digest Blog,” an interesting posting about the 10 most widely believe myths in psychology. The post includes this following rip on “Neurolinguistic Programing” (NLP), richly deserved in mhconcierge’s opinion: (from the list of 10 myths) 9. Neurolinguistic Programming is scientific It’s true that a minority of psychologists are trained in neurolinguistic programming (NLP) and advocate its use, but it is a serious error to think that NLP is grounded in scientific findings in either psychology or neuroscience. In fact, the system – which is usually marketed a way of achieving greater personal success –