At its most basic level David Grove’s Clean Language is a set of questions which direct a person’s attention to important aspects of their experience.
At a deeper level, even one of these questions asked at the right moment can create interesting new insights or awareness of new possibilities. And when the new insights are explored the result can be profound.
With these questions many people find themselves thinking extraordinary new ideas they’ve never considered before. The questions invite people to consider their experience from different perspectives.
What I love about it most is that people can discover their ability to generate new, powerful and useful ideas to help themselves.
In Clean Language it is beneficial to focus attention on the metaphors people use naturally to describe their experience. Metaphors generally operate at an unconscious level and by paying attention to them, people can gain access to a deeper level of experience.
This workshop will give you the chance to explore your goals or your most useful states using metaphor. You will have the opportunity to draw your metaphor if that feels right for you.
By the end of this workshop you will have:
- Client-centred ‘clean questions’ that keep out the practitioners ‘model of the world’.
- Self generated metaphors to gain valuable insight into yourself, your problems and goals.
- Understanding of how powerful metaphors can be.
- A way to help people feel understood and gain new perspectives.
- A reliable method for helping people to achieve their desired outcomes by discovering their own inner resources.
Holly is the owner of The Mind Spa, providing detoxing and nourishing treatments for the mind. She is a Master of NLP, Hypnotherapist, Occupational Therapist and Yoga Teacher, as well as working with adults, Holly works with children and teenagers. She says ‘what I love most about change work is how empowering it is for the client. How by choosing the right techniques I can enable people to get a shift in their perspective, start to discover their inner resources and ways they can help themselves.’