Category: Models Theory

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The history of the invaluable PRO model with explanatory diagrams.
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Why it is vital to model the timeframes, structures and evidence of a client’s desires.
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This paper raises awareness of both the complexity of the feedback-giving process and the range of information that can be included in feedback.
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Domain dependence and it’s inverse, cross-domain thinking, occur in many different guises. We have collected ideas from a range of contexts.
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A new, simple, way to model where people are placing their attention. Published in 'Acuity'.
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Defines three kinds of problem, and describes how to work with client problems involving ‘binding patterns’.
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My second blog about DEEDS delves deeper into the ideas which pose an alternative to the standard computational theory of mind.
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A cognitive science in which brain, body and world intertwine “beyond-the-skin”.
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Nine functions of inhibition, how it affects learning and the body, and 12 activities exploring the value and problems of inhibition.
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How do humans sum up a complex situation and rapidly decide what action to take?
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Does emergent change always create a desired rather than a less desired result?
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Discussions with Andrew Austin and Steve Andreas with comments by several others
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How to combine the three main phases of David Grove's work. Published in Acuity.
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We examine what happens when someone is asked a question within one frame and their answer appears to come from a different frame.
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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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How excellent facilitators and therapists know how to navigate elegantly through a client’s information.
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A six-stage model of how to benefit by utilising unexpexted, unpredictable and random events.
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Exploring how ideas from The Black Swan by Nassim Nicholas Taleb relate to working cleanly.
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Quotes from, and comments on, In Search of Memory: The Emergence of a New Science of Mind by Eric R. Kandel
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How desired outcomes can act as "dynamic reference points" for each and every thing the therapist does and says.
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Explains why this special kind of nonlinear process is so important in therapy and coaching – and life.
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The significance of adjacency, next to-ness, how to recognise it and how to work with it for ourselves and our clients.
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How to think about and model the systemic nature of this kind of relationship
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Part 1 of how to think about the emergence of networks,, what they look like, and how they evolve.
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Using Aristotle's four causes and a Cognitive Linguist metaphorical perspective to model causation.
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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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Once a space becomes psychoactive a person is ‘living in their metaphor’. A joined-up model of how David Grove's work invokes the psychoactivity of spatial relations in therapeutic and in other settings.
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10 principles to support you to think systemically rather then linearly – an advanced mindset for working cleanly with human self-organising systems.
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Part 1 of how to think about networks: their emergence, what they look like, and how they evolve.
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Guidance on what you can do once you acknowledge you have been self-deceiving
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Scaling - How people use metaphor to assess the relative size or extent of an experience – how to model it, and what happens when you change the scale of things to come.
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How we cling to misleading beliefs when deep down we know them to be untrue
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Part 6 of the philosophy underpinning Symbolic Modelling.
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Part 5 of the philosophy underpinning Symbolic Modelling.
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Part 4 of the philosophy underpinning Symbolic Modelling.
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Part 3 of the philosophy underpinning Symbolic Modelling.
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Part 2 of the philosophy underpinning Symbolic Modelling.
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Part 1 of the philosophy underpinning Symbolic Modelling.
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Thoughts and activities on a universal way of punctuating experience into starts and finishes.
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The way we perceive has implications for facilitators of every kind. Published in Rapport
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Part-whole relationships - a process fundamental to language and cognition.
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What it is, why it matters and how to make use of the idea of stability through change.
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Describes four ‘prototypical binds’, ‘double binds’ and a process for facilitating clients to transform their binds. Published in Rapport 47.
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Exploring the essential reference base of mind-body subjective experience
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Sensory and abstract are different kinds of subjective experience and there is a third kind not coded by Bandler and Grinder.