Links to annotated demonstrations of Symbolic Modelling with Clean Language
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What makes a question contextually clean in coaching and therapy? What is the value of these questions? Under what conditions does it makes sense to ask such a question?
A full transcript of Clean Language Interviewing (CLI) in action. The annotation focusses on the process of interviewing with Clean Language, rather than the interviewee’s content.
My answer to: When you ask ‘And what would you like to have happen?’ it has a different effect to when I ask it. What is the secret ingredient in how you ask this question?
List of articles published in academic and professional journals that have incorporated the ideas of David Grove.
The case of a client who wanted to be able to ‘light the match’ and ‘decide and do’ at will.
Our answers to ten questions raised by a group of Ukrainian psychologists and psychotherapists in preparation for our first workshop with them.
A review of the key dates in the development of the cleanness rating used in Clean Language Interviewing
The history of the invaluable PRO model with explanatory diagrams.
A transcript of Penny Tompkins facilitating with Symbolic Modelling using the Problem-Remedy-Outcome model and working ‘live’ with the client’s here-and-now embodied experience.
A leader in the field of NLP comments on the standard opening Clean Language question, and my reply.
I was asked: (a) what a modelling outcome should look like, and (b) what I mean by: Scope, Timescale and Presupposition.
An investigation of an under-reserached aspect of modelling – the perspective adopted by the modeller when modelling an exemplar for an ability or behaviour.
Given Symbolic Modelling is an outcome orientated methodology, what if a client cannot identify a desired outcome?
A conversation with Maarten Aalberse about ‘The Tree of Wisdom’ video in my last blog.
When a client comes for coaching or therapy with a topic that presents a conundrum, what do you?
Examines why physical and attentional pointing is a perfect metaphor for Symbolic Modelling. Published in ‘Acuity’.
Answers to: 1. How long after you started modelling David Grove did you start training others?; 2. What were your main difficulties in modelling David Grove?
Double binds defined and why “Be spontaneous!” and “Damned if I do and damned if I don’t” are not examples of double binds.