Reencuadre (PNL)

NLP History TOPICS Principles Worldview History Modeling NLP and science Positive/Negative METHODS Meta model Milton model Metaphor Anchoring Reframing Rapport Rep. systems Submodalities USES Therapy Persuasion DEVELOPERS Richard Bandler John Grinder Robert Dilts Judith Delozier Stephen Gilligan INFLUENCES Fritz Perls Milton H. Erickson Virginia Satir Syntax Gregory Bateson Alfred Korzybski LISTS Topics Bibliography Studies This boxview• talk• edit The technique of reframing in NLP involves confirming positive intention(s) behind the behavior(s) that one seeks to change (usually an undesirable trait of behavior). Alternatives to satisfy the positive intent are found, followed by negotiations with (parts of) self to resolve conflict, check for ecology and to implement the new behavior(s).Reframing is also used in neuro-linguistic programming (PNL) to describe changing the context or representation of a problem. More precisely, one of the most effective techniques for achieving almost any desired change in NLP is the "six step re-frame".  Reframing occurs in life regardless of NLP, and is a common means by which meanings get created and lost in various situations (either deliberately or by hapstance): Contenido 1 Ejemplos 2 Six Step Reframe 3 Context Reframing 4 Ver también 5 External Links Examples ...when discussion is held about "tax relief," two historic understandings of taxation are lost: that taxes are the cost of admission to a civil society, and that those who want to evade taxes yet still use public assets like fire and police protection are freeloaders. En lugar de, taxes are cast [reframed] as something oppressive, from which we need relief. [1] Six Step Reframe The Six-Step Reframe is an NLP technique used to replace an unwanted behaviour or bad habit with a more desirable one - while keeping the benefits, or secondary gain, of the old behaviour. NLP presupposes that "every behaviour has a positive intention," and that any undesirable behaviour a person has will also have a positive benefit behind it (often unconsciously).  · The Six-Step Reframe uses a mild trance state, negotiation, and creativity from unconscious resources to change the "parte" that's causing the behaviour. 1. Identify the behavior to change 2. Set up Yes/No signals with the part causing the behavior 3. Identify the positive intention behind the behavior 4. Generate a number of possible alternative behaviors which will equally satisfy the same intent 5. Choose the favored three replacement behaviors 6. Check to see if there is any other internal conflict regarding the change. Please expand this article. Esta plantilla se puede encontrar en la página de discusión del artículo., donde puede haber mas informacion. Alternativamente, se puede encontrar más información en Solicitudes de expansión. Elimine este mensaje una vez que se haya ampliado el artículo.. Context Reframing The meaning of any behaviour or event exists only in relationship to the context in which it occurs. Every behaviour is appropriate in some context. With a context reframe a person takes the disliked behaviour and asks, "Where could this behaviour be useful?" o "In what other context would this particular behaviour be of value?"  A context reframe leaves the meaning of a behaviour the same and shows how it could be a useful response in a different context. For example: Un: "I procrastinate all the time; I just can't get things done."  B: "That's a great skill to have; especially when you apply it to overeating - just put off having that second helping. Lucky you.See also Frame Therapeutic metaphor Milton H. Erickson External Links Glossary of NLP topics Advanced descriptions of NLP topics ru:Рефрейминг Esta página utiliza contenido con licencia Creative Commons de Wikipedia (ver autores).

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