Clean in Coaching and Therapy

How is Clean Language used in therapy?

How is Clean Language used in therapy?

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...

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What’s different about Clean Language coaching?

What’s different about Clean Language coaching?

Like other coaching approaches, Clean Language coaching is outcomes-focused, with an emphasis on getting clients to set their own goals, writes Clean Language coach Margaret Meyer. But unlike some other coaching approaches, this is done by asking questions – the...

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Brave inner worlds that lead to the top

Writing in 1998 about the philosophy and principles of Clean Language, David Grove wrote that the role of a Clean Language facilitator was to ‘visit the client’s model of the world, and unfold solutions that are conducted within the language and logical boundaries of...

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New book by Clean Language coaching enthusiast

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...

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Leading coaches endorse Clean Language

Clean Language and coaching principles sit well together. And so unsurprisingly, the approach has been endorsed by many of the UK’s leading coaching experts such as Max Landsberg and Professor David Clutterbuck. Max Landsberg, author of The Tao of Coaching, former...

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The knowledge inside… yourself

You're the star of your own show, so make the most of yourself! Clean Change can help you do just that. By using Clean Language questions we'll help you to uncover useful resources which may be masked in everyday life. For example, have you ever had a hunch or...

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New energy for IT man from Clean Language coaching

IT consultant Matthew Dodwell was unhappy with the way his career was going: so unhappy that he was hoping to escape from the industry and do something completely different. But after a series of Clean Language coaching sessions, he’s found new optimism, new energy...

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Clean Cards, Change & Clean Transfer

Hans-Peter Wellke writes: I had a one-day one-2-one coaching with a client. At the very beginning he asked me, "Are you able to coach yourself with your own coaching tools?" I said, "No, I use paid coaches like you, and in my network of coaches we coach each other."...

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