Category: Symbolic Modelling

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Introducing David Grove, the field of Clean, modelling excellence, Symbolic Modelling, metaphor and a client case.
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Our answers to ten questions raised by a group of Ukrainian psychologists and psychotherapists in preparation for our first workshop with them.
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When a client is aware of what they are experiencing ‘in the now’, they get direct, high-quality information for self-modelling as it is happening.
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How do experienced symbolic modellers use the information embedded in a client’s first words to guide the direction of a session?
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How to use the end of a coaching or therapy session to maximise the benefit to the client.
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A new, simple, way to model where people are placing their attention. Published in 'Acuity'.
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15 questions to assess the degree to which.participants have acquired our model of facilitating.
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The second of four parts of my general feedback to advanced facilitators.
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Introduces the 'lite' version of our general method. Published as Chapter 4 of Innovations in NLP.
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Are certain client populations not suited to Symbolic Modelling?
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The vital role of clients' meta-comments (verbal or nonverbal expressions refering to what has just been experienced) in Symbolic Modelling. Published in 'Acuity'.
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What we pay attention to in a client session that: (1) guides our line of questioning, and (2) gives the session its sense of directional flow.
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How to recognise and respond with Clean Language to a client's Problem, Remedy or a desired Outcome. Published in 'Coach the Coach'.
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John Grinder discusses what's ethical in NLP and what's not. We add our comments from a 'clean' perspective.
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Extract from Six Blind Elephants: Understanding ourselves and each other with extensive comments by James Lawley.
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How and why Symbolic Modelling works, the structure of a session and a case history. Published in Coach the Coach
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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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Describes a new approach using client-generated metaphors to facilitate individual and organisational change. Published in 'Effective Consulting'.
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Using Clean Language to facilitate change through clients' metaphors. Published in Anchor Point
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Highlighting some of the relationships with Neuro-Semantics.
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How to model background structures using embodied metaphor schema. First published in 'Rapport'.
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The first article describing a new way to model subjective experience. Published in 'Rapport'.