Category: Modelling

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The first of four fundamental modelling processes
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Why it is vital to model the timeframes, structures and evidence of a client’s desires.
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Reflections on David Grove's mastery published in Carol Wilson’s The Work and Life of David Grove: Clean Language and Emergent Knowledge
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An investigation of an under-reserached aspect of modelling – the perspective adopted by the modeller when modelling an exemplar for an ability or behaviour.
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Examines why physical and attentional pointing is a perfect metaphor for Symbolic Modelling. Published in 'Acuity'.
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How we use a person’s language to model the way they self-deceive.
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Answers to: 1. How long after you started modelling David Grove did you start training others?; 2. What were the main difficulties modelling Grove?
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A new, simple, way to model where people are placing their attention. Published in 'Acuity'.
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Introducing Modelling Shared Reality, a new qualitative research methodology which is rooted in Clean Language and Symbolic Modelling. Published in Kwalon.
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How to start finding out how others access emotional and other resource states
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Modelling criteria: the principles, values or standard by which something may be judged or decided.
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How I model a client's metaphor landscape during a session.
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A discussion with Penny Tompkins and James Lawley about the core skills required of a good modeller. Published in Rapport.
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How to model text with a clean and metaphor perspective.
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Modelling embodied scema will give you something like 'second sight' into the organisation of a person's psychescape (their interior, subjective world), leading to the more precise use of Clean Language.
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A six-stage model of how to benefit by utilising unexpexted, unpredictable and random events.
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A model of Vivian Gladwell's method of in-the-moment directing of trainee improvisational clowns, adapted for developing Symbolic Modelling skills.
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How to think about and model the systemic nature of this kind of relationship
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Examines two types of modelling and lists some principles for applying bottom-up modelling
The similarities and differences between therapeutic and product modelling. Published in ReSource 8
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How we came up with our 'Perceiver, Perceived, Relationship between, in a Context' model – and its multiple uses.
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metaphors give performers greater awareness of their sensory/intuitive processes and provides a language to discuss the previously difficult to describ' processes like: "How to get into the zone".
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How would you work with a client who says ""I want to stop going into blank”? Published in Anchor Point, 16(5).
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Acclaim for an exceptional exemplar, Simon Bland, and a master modeller, David Grove. Published in Rapport
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Where and how we perceive makes a difference to what we perceive. Where do Symbolic Modeller's perceive from?
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What is this thing called NLP modelling? A checklist of preparatory considerations and an overview of the five stages of a modelling project. Published in Rapport 40
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How to model background structures using embodied metaphor schema. First published in 'Rapport'.