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2. Conference Presentations

Claudatus, Justina (2005)
'An introduction to Transformation through Symbolic Modelling'. The 2° Conference on Brief Strategic and Systemic Therapy' Nov 9-13, 2005. Abstract published in Brief Strategic and Systemic Therapy European Review, No. 2, 2005.
Download from: www.bssteuropeanreview.org/articoli 2005/Abstracts.pdf
 
Doyle, Nancy & Walker Caitlin (2013)
'Clean Language: a methodology for individual systems and systems of individuals' presented to European Coaching Psychology Conference in Edinburgh on 12 December 2013, hosted by British Psychological Society, Special Group in Coaching Psychology.
Download slides: Doyle_&_Walker_Clean_Language_presentation_for_BPS-SGCP.pdf

Doyle N, Walker C, Nixon, S, Walsh B & Mitchell B (2007)
'Cleaning up the 'F' word'. A paper presented to the British Educational Research Association (BERA) Conference, September 2007.
A rewritten version 'Cleaning up the 'F' word in coaching' appeared in Rapport, Nov 2008.

Doyle, Nancy
(2010)
'Creating the Conditions for Agency'. A paper presented to British Psychological Society's Division of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference (published as part of their Symposium on Unemployment).
Press report at: communitynewswire.press.net/article.jsp?id=6444577
Download slides: trainingattention.co.uk/downloads/Creating+the+Conditions+for+Agency+with+notes+updated+2011.ppt


Foreman (Robinson), Fe
(2012)
'How does exploring metaphorical representations of organisation change at its best affect levels of well-being in an ambiguous and rapidly changing public sector work environment?' The Third International Neuro-Linguistic Programming Research Conference, Hertfordshire University, 6-7th July 2012.
Download: abstract-Foreman-2012.pdf

Karolia, Mohammed & Burton, Rob
(2102)
'Metaphors we teach by: An exploration into how HE lecturers reflect on and conceptualise their experiences of teaching via the use of clean language interviewing model of exploring metaphor'. The Third International Neuro-Linguistic Programming Research Conference, Hertfordshire University, 6-7th July 2012.
Download: abstract-Karolia-Burton-2012.pdf

Meese, R, Tosey, P, Lawley, J, Sullivan, W & Meyer, M (2012)

'Symbolic Modelling as an innovative phenomenological method in NLP research: the work-life balance project'. The Third International Neuro-Linguistic Programming Research Conference, Hertfordshire University, 6-7th July 2012. Presented by Wendy Sullivan.
Download: abstract-Meese-Tosey-Lawley-Sullivan-Meyer-2012.pdf
Needham-Didsbury, I (2012)
"The Application of Metaphors in Psychotherapy". 5th Symposium on Intercultural, Cognitive and Social Pragmatics EPICS V. 14-16 March, 2012
Abstract: upo.es/congresos/epics-v/papers/abstracts/index.jsp
I have found theoretical support for the idea that metaphors occur with relatively high frequency during therapy since they enable the expression of difficult feelings and half-formed thoughts. I discuss this in terms of Relevance Theory, in particular, the notion of weak implicatures. Adopting the RT framework, we can also make predictions for how metaphors should be used in therapy, noting that the approach known as ‘Clean Language’ (Sullivan & Rees, 2008) seems to be in line with these theoretically grounded suggestions.

Lawley, J (2016)
'Using Clean Language to Model Embodied Mental Metaphors'. Keynote address to the Metaphor Festival 2016, MetaphorLab at University of Amsterdam, 31 August – 3 September 2016
Abstract: Lawley-Keynote-Metaphor_Festival_2016-Abstract.pdf
Nixon, S & Walker, C (2008)
'When you are learning at your best you are like what?' Paper presented at META: From PDP to CPD. University of Gloucester.
Nixon, S & Walker, C (2009)
'When you are learning at your best you are like what? Connecting the student learner through PDP'. Paper presented at the Learning to be Professional Through a Life-wide Curriculum, Surrey University (31st March – 2nd April).
Nixon, S & Walker, C (2009)
'When you are learning at your best you are like what? Connecting the student learner through PDP'. Paper presented at the HEA conference (30 June-2 July).
Švec, V., Pravdová, B., Svojanovský, P. & Nehyba,  J. (2014)
„Čistý jazyk“ jako výzkumný nástroj pro detekci tacitních znalostí studentů učitelství. Konference české asociace pedagogického výzkumu 2014

"Clean Language" as a research tool for the detection of the tacit knowledge of student teachers. Presented at Czech Educational Research Association Conference, 2014
Abstract (in Czech and English): muni.cz/research/publications/1200048

Using a single case study design, one student teacher was investigated. The data was collected through five in-depth interviews that made use of the method of 'clean language'.
Svojanovský, P. & Nehyba, J. (2015)
'Manifestations of Tacit Knowledge in the Metaphors of the Student.' Paper presented at 17th Biennial International Study Association of Teachers and Teaching Conference (ISATT). University of Auckland. 17 Aug 2015.
Slides available at: drive.google.com/file/d/0B3O55d_vCx53RWpxRzlDYTUxcW8/view

Data collection was by a method known as "clean language" used to explore naturally occurring metaphors (Tosey, Lawley & Meese, 2014). Five in-depth interviews focused on a student teacher's subjective theories related to her pedagogical practice in secondary school. The goal of our research was not to uncover specific tacit knowledge (content) but to investigate how it is manifested (how metaphors appear in the interview process.

Walsh, B., Nixon, S. & Walker, C. (2009)
'Learning Journeys; supporting the student learning experience'. Paper presented  the 4th European First-Year Experience conference, Netherlands (13th-15th May).


Comments
  • Comment #1 (Posted by Caitlin Walker, trainingattention.co.uk 6 Jan 2017)

    Following research trails while writing about Clean Language Interviewing I've come across a few articles I hadn't seen before and in their references are links to others - all downloadable.

    DAVID GROVE’S METAPHOR THERAPY
    DAVID PINCUS Chapman University, Orange, California
    ANEES A. SHEIKH Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.2190/IC.30.3.d
     
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