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 ...

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, ...