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Advanced articles about James Lawley and Penny Tompkins' process: Symbolic Modelling.

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When science and spirituality have a beer - a video
A 45 minute video of a full Symbolic Modelling demonstration on an Xtrema training in October 2010 in Paris. You can listen in English or French, or both. The session starts with the conflict between the client's science and spiritual sides and progresses to a spontaneous denouement.
Paying attention to what they're paying attention to
Perceiver-Perceived-Relationship-Context (PPRC)An introduction to the Perceiver-Perceived-Relationship-Context (PPRC) model. It enables a client’s verbal and nonverbal behaviour to be used to infer how they construct their model of their world, i.e. it is a model of perception from the client’s perspective.
Metaphor & Symbolic Modelling For Coaches
  • Use of metaphor in coaching, therapy and healing
  • Development of Symbolic Modelling and Clean Language
  • How and why Symbolic Modelling works
  • Unique elements of Symbolic Modelling
  • The structure of a session
  • Case history
  • References
Symbolic Modelling in Education

Educators are applying Symbolic Modelling in a number of ways. The following five examples from a range of contexts show how, with a little creativity, the use of student-generated (autogenic) metaphor and Clean Language is making a contribution in the field of education.

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James Lawley and
Penny Tompkins

16-18 June 2017

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