I’m tempted to say: “Come on one of our courses and find out!” Modeling (or modelling) is at the heart of what you will learn as you get to grips with Clean Language (in Modules 1-3) and Clean Space (in Module 4). At one level, the Clean Language questions are just questions, which can be used in a wide variety of ways. ...

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 ...

As a matter of principle, a Clean Language facilitator ‘keeps himself out of the process’, giving centre stage to the client’s language, the client’s metaphors, the client’s content. So people new to the Clean process are often curious about how it could possibly be useful in cases of self delusion, self denial or ...

Whatever your area of interest, online discussion boards and social networking sites can be great places to find like-minded people. And the world of Clean Language enthusiasts is no exception. Some online resources for meeting people, finding practice partners and perhaps getting your questions answered include: CleanForum, www.cleanforum.com, ...

Clean Language was originally devised by the late David Grove as a therapeutic process. He travelled the world presenting workshops, where he shared his ideas to thousands of psychotherapists worldwide, notably in the USA, UK, France and New Zealand. Some of these practitioners took further training and used it as their primary methodology, ...

For a convenient taste of Clean Language alongside NLP, check out the NLP Conference in London. Organiser Jo Hogg is a big fan of Clean Language, and was a longstanding friend of David Grove, so she usually find space for some Clean Language in the NLP programme. For the 2009 event, both James Lawley and Wendy Sullivan are scheduled as ...

Clean Language was originally devised as a therapeutic process by the late David Grove. He was a counselling psychologist, working therapeutically with trauma victims such as Vietnam veterans and sexual abuse survivors. In workshops, he presented his ideas to thousands of psychotherapists worldwide, notably in the USA, UK, France and New ...

Clean Change Company is one of a number of Clean Language and Symbolic Modelling organisations around the world. Here are a few others – email us with your relevant links and we’ll do our best to incorporate them. The Clean Collection Penny Tompkins and James Lawley created Symbolic Modelling after modelling David Grove. This is ...

Penny: “I am an American, but I have lived most of my life in Britain. For 18 years I was a director of a company manufacturing oil field equipment, with sales offices world-wide. Attendance at a 12-step program unexpectedly triggered a train of events that resulted in me leaving the company, leaving my marriage, and embarking on a journey ...