How exploring and fully acknowledging a client’s current reality can spontaneously lead to insight and change.
How we honoured and worked with a client’s desire for children who were killed during a rocket attack the night before to still be alive.
Working with a highly stable but unwanted symbol that has “the smell of hell” and spiritual aspects such as “soul” and a “previous life”.
Annotated transcript of session with a Ukrainian psychologist
A complex session because the structure of the client’s inner world manifested as a double binding pattern.
How to work with a symbol that prevents the client’s desired outcome from happening.
How do you tell a chld his father has been killed in war?
Even duing ongoing suffering, a valuable resource metaphor and several perspective-changing realisations emerge.
Third annotated transcript of a demonstration of Symbolic Modelling using Clean Language with Ukrainian psychologists and psychotherapists.
Demonstration of how to use the Problem-Remedy-Outcome (PRO) model to facilitate a client to identify and develop a rich embodied experience of a desired Outcome.
A transcript of facilitating a client who is living through traumatic circumstances to develop a resource metaphor using Clean Language and Symbolic Modelling.
Why it is vital to model the timeframes, structures and evidence of a client’s desires.
How do experienced symbolic modellers use the information embedded in a client’s first words to guide the direction of a session?
This paper raises awareness of both the complexity of the feedback-giving process and the range of information that can be included in feedback.
A new way to model attention. Useful in coaching or therapy and many other areas. Published in ‘Acuity’.
The clean community is a ‘community of practice’. Such communities are created by people gravitating to like-minded people who have a passion for something they do, the desire to learn how to do it better, and the motivation to interact regularly.
Introduces the ‘lite’ version of our general method. Published as Chapter 4 of ‘Innovations in NLP’.
What difference does it makes to the potential for change when people truly accept their current reality from an authentic, deep and cellular state of being?
A six-stage model of how to benefit by utilising unexpexted, unpredictable and random events.
How our model of David Grove’s Clean Language has undergone revisions since our first article in 1997.