While Clean Language has its roots in psychotherapy, becoming a Clean facilitator does not make you a psychotherapist. Certified Clean Facilitators use their skills in a wide range of contexts: some are therapists or coaches who work with personal change, while others focus on research, education, or a wide variety of business applications.
If you’ve been wondering about how to use Clean Language in coaching, then a new book, Essential Life Coaching Skills by Angela Dunbar, may help you. Due to be published by Routledge at the end of August, the book promises a comprehensive guide to the complete range and depth of skills required to succeed as a life coach.
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Angela has been the director of her own training & development consultancy for the last 13 years, specializing in communications, ...