Rapport in NLP
Discussion started by Maff 6 years ago
In neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), rapport refers to the process of 'Matching or Mirroring' a client or patient so that they accept, uncritically, the suggestions you give them at the unconscious level.
Although accepted that “when people are like each other, they like each other”, in NLP theory rapport is considered a process of responsiveness, not necessarily “liking”.
Rapport relates to the establishment of trust between two people; it is an essential initial step in NLP in order for the process to achieve the desired goal(s).
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