Books & DVDs based on the work of David Grove
(in order of publication date)Lists of:
- Short books
- Books in part
Also see a listing of academic and professional articles based on David Grove's work.
As well as the lists below I have started a Google Bookshelf of books which are substantially based on a clean approach.
David J. Grove & Basil I. Panzer (1989 with 2 audio cassettes, and 1991 without)
Resolving Traumatic Memories: Metaphors and Symbols in Psychotherapy. Irvington, New York [Hardback].
Translated into German as:
Grove, David J. & B. I. Panzer (1992)
Trauma Heilen: Metaphern und Symbole in der Psychotherapie
Freiburg, Germany: Verlag für Angewandte Kinesiologie.
James Lawley & Penny Tompkins (2000)
Metaphors in Mind: Transformation through Symbolic Modelling. Developing Company Press [Paperback, iBook & Kindle].
Translated into Italian and French as:
Mente e Metafore: Modellamento Simbolico e Trasformazione (2003). Infomedia [Paperback - out of print. To be republished as an eBook].
Des métaphores dans la tête: Transformation par la Modélisation Symbolique et le Clean Language (2006 / 2015). InterEditions-Dunod [Paperback, second edition].
Wendy Sullivan & Judy Rees (2008)
Clean Language: Revealing Metaphors and Opening Minds, Crown House Publishing [Paperback & Kindle].
Philip Harland (2009)
The Power of Six: A Six Part Guide to Self Knowledge. Wayfinder Press [Paperback & Kindle].
Philip Harland (2012)
Trust Me, I’m the Patient: Clean Language, Metaphor, and the New Psychology of Change. Wayfinder Press. [Paperback & Kindle].
Lynne Cooper & Mariette Castellino (2012)
The Five-Minute Coach: Coaching Others to High Performance - In as Little as Five Minutes. Crown House Publishing [Paperback & Kindle].
Gina Campbell (2012)
Marian Way (2013)
Mining Your Client's Metaphors: A How-To Workbook on Clean Language and Symbolic Modeling, Basics Part One: Facilitating Clarity. BalboaPress [Paperback & Kindle].
Clean Approaches for Coaches: How to Create the Conditions for Change Using Clean Language and Symbolic Modelling. Clean Publishing [Paperback].
Gina Campbell (2013)
Mining Your Client's Metaphors: A How-To Workbook on Clean Language and Symbolic Modeling, Basics Part Two: Facilitating Change. BalboaPress [Paperback].Caitlin Walker (2014)
From Contempt To Curiosity: Creating the Conditions for Groups to Collaborate using Clean Language and Systemic Modelling. Clean Publishing [Paperback & Kindle] Gina Campbell (2015)
Panning for Your Client's Gold: 12 Lean Clean Language Processes. BalboaPress [Paperback].Bogena Pieskiewicz (February 2016)
Manuel de clean coaching: Comment accompagner le client avec la puissance de la métaphore personnelle. InterEditions [Broché & Kindle].
Julie McCracken (May 2016)
Clean Language in the Classroom. Crown House Publishing [Paperback & Kindle].
Angela Dunbar (September 2016)
Clean Coaching: The insider guide to making change happen. Routledge [Hardback, Paperback & Kindle].
Nick Pole (February 2017)
Words that Touch: How to ask questions your body can answer - 12 Essential 'Clean Questions' for Mind/Body Therapists. Singing Dragon [Paperback & Kindle]
Tamsin Hartley (April 2017)
The Listening Space: A New Path to Personal Discovery. Listening Space [Paperback].
Carol Wilson (June 2017)
The Work and Life of David Grove: Clean Language and Emergent Knowledge. Matador [Paperback].James Lawley and Marian Way (July 2017)
in Space: How to use Clean Space to solve problems,
generate ideas and spark creativity. Clean Publishing [Paperback]Wendy Sullivan, Margaret Meyer & Paul Tosey (forthcoming)
Clean Language in Business: Practical Applications of Metaphor for Managers, Coaches and Trainers. Crown House Publishing
Penny Tompkins & James Lawley (2003) single DVD
A Strange And Strong Sensation – Symbolic Modelling: Change With Metaphor
Walker, Caitlin (2007) two DVD set
Sullivan, Wendy (2010)
An Introduction to Clean Language and Systemic Modelling.
Shaun Hotchkiss & Chris Grimsley (2014) single DVD
An Introduction to Clean Space
Linn, C. D. (2008 and various editions since).
The inherent logic of epistemological metaphors. Northants Judy Reese
Philip Harland (2012)
The Persuasion Paradox and the 3 Dimensions of Conversational Control (2012)
Seven Practical Ways to use Clean Language at Work (2010) [Download pdf]
Possession and Desire: A guide to working with addiction, compulsion and dependency. [Paperback & Kindle]
Angela Watson (2010)
How the Brain Feels: Working with emotion and cognition. [Paperback & Kindle]
Resolving Problem Patterns with Clean Language and Autogenic Metaphor. [Paperback & Kindle]
The Clean Approach To Leadership – Clean Questions At Work [Download pdf]
Maria Caterina Capurro (2014)
Il Clean Coaching:
Come Sfruttare il Pensiero Metaforico per Facilitare il Cliente a
Trovare Risposte e Soluzioni in Modo del Tutto Naturale. Bruno Editore
[Kindle]Sharon Small & Andrea Chiou (Eds. 2015)
Who is using Clean Language Anyway?: A compilation of interviews of people around the world using Clean
Language in their work. [Kindle]
Books in part using David Grove's work
As well as the list below I have started a Google Library of Books that describe or apply Clean Language.
Andreas, Steve (2006) Six Blind Elephants, Volume I, Real People Press [pp. 130-135]
Battino, Rubin & South, Thomas (2005) Ericksonian Approaches: A Comprehensive Manual, Crown House [p. 309]
Camarota, Anton G. (2004) Finding the Leader in You: A Practical Guide to Expanding Your Leadership Skills, ASQ Quality Press, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, [p. 51]
Cooper, Lynne (2008) Business NLP for Dummies, John Wiley & Sons [pp. 26, 230-236, 258, 246-249]
Cox, Elaine (2012) Coaching Understood: A Pragmatic Inquiry into the Coaching Process, SAGE Publications [pp. 24, 61-66, 70-72]
de Gandt, Jennifer
(2008) "La pensée métaphorique dans le coaching
professionel: clean language, clean space et Modélisation
Symbolique" a chapter in Le Grand livre du Coaching, T. Chavel, A. Filleron & F. Bournois, (Eds), Eyrolles, Editions d'organisations.
Derks, Lucas (2005) Social Panoramas: Changing the unconscious landscape with NLP and psychotherapy, Crown House, Carmarthen, Wales [p. 56, 84]
Dunbar, Angela (2010) Essential Life Coaching Skills, Routledge, [pp. 38-41, 50-53, 106-113, 124-5, 150]
Dunbar, Angela (2010) 'Noticing and paying attention to people's metaphors' Chapter 79 in
101 Coaching Strategies and Techniques, edited by Glafeana McMahon & Anne Archer, Routledge [pp. 232-235]
Geary, James (2011) I Is An Other: The Secret of Metaphor and How It Shapes the Way We See the World, HarperCollins [pp. 207-221]. See an extract at The Secret Life of Metaphor.
Gendlin, Eugene (1998) Focusing-oriented Psychotherapy: A Manual of the Experiential Method, Guilford Press [pp. 225 & 280-282]
Grimley, Bruce (2013) Theory and Practice of NLP Coaching: A Psychological Approach, Sage. [pp. 154-156 and pp. 162-167]
Harris, Carol (1998) The Elements of NLP, Element, Shaftesbury, Dorset [p. 39]
Harris, Carol (2001/2005) Consult Yourself: The NLP Guide to Being a Management Consultant, Crown House.
Hill, Peter (2004) Concepts for Coaching, Institute for Leadership & Management. [Has a chapter on Symbolic Modelling]
Knight, Sue (2009) NLP at Work (3rd edition), Nicholas Brealey, London [Chapter 6 is on Clean Questions].
Lawley, James & Tompkins, Penny (2011) Chapter 4: Symbolic Modelling: Emergent Change though
Metaphor and Clean Language; and Chapter 19: The Clean Community, in Hall, L.M. and Charvet, S.R.
(Editors). Innovations in NLP: Innovations for Challenging Times, Crown
Linder-Pelz, Susie (2010) NLP Coaching: An evidence based approach for coaches, leaders and individuals, Kogan Page Ltd. [Chapter 10 features Symbolic Modelling and Clean Language.]
McLeod, Angus, I. (2003) Performance Coaching: The Handbook for Mangers, H.R. Professionals and Coaches, Crown House, Carmarthen, Wales [pp. 64, 182-185]
McNerney, Terri (2010) 'The Optimistic Consultant' in Organisational Consulting: @ the Edges of Possibility Eds. Kathleen King and John Higgins, Libri & Ashridge Consulting.
Murdoch, Edna & Arnold, Jackie (Editors, 2013) Full Spectrum Supervision: Who You Are Is How You Supervise, Panoma Press. [Lots of references to the use of Clean Language].
Parry-Mitchell, Chris (2012, Editor) The Behaviour Management Toolkit: Avoiding Exclusion at School. Sage. [Chapter 5, Keeping it Real]
Pinker, Steven (2007) The Stuff of Thought: Language as a Window into Human Nature, Allen Lane Penguin Group [p. 245]
Pincus, David & Anees A. Sheikh (2009) Imagery for Pain Relief: A Scientifically Grounded Guidebook for Clinicians,
Routledge [pp. 206-224]
Ready, Romilla & Burton, Kate (2010) Neuro-linguistic Programming for Dummies, [pp. 2nd edition, 280-282, 301]
Rowan, John (1983/1998) The Reality Game: A Handbook to Humanistic Counselling and Psychotherapy [2nd edition pp. 98-99, 102-106]
Sullivan, Wendy (2005) 'And what would you like to have happen?' in Good Question!: The Art of Asking Questions to Bring About Positive Change, Judy Barber (Ed.) Lean Marketing Press [pp. 131-140]
Thomas, Will & McLeod, Angus (2010) Performance Coaching Toolkit, Open University Press [pp. 34-35]
Thomson, Bob (2014) First Steps in Coaching, Sage. [Chapters 6 and 10]
Turner, Jane & Hévin, Bernard (2005) Le nouveau Dico-PNL, InterEditions, Paris [2nd edition, pp. 92-93 & 114]
Wake, Lisa (2008) Neurolinguistic Psychotherapy: A Postmodern Perspective, Routledge [pp. 4, 5, 8, 11, 53, 100, 113-114, 129]
Wilson, Carol (2007) Best Practice in Performance Coaching: A Handbook for Leaders, Coaches, HR Professionals and Organizations, Kogan Page Ltd. [pp. 23, 27, 111-115, 140]. Second edition (2014) published as Performance Coaching: A Complete Guide to Best Practice Coaching and Training. [Describes Clean Coaching including Clean Language, Clean Space, and Emergent Knowledge.]
Yero, Judy Lloyd (2nd Edition, 2010) Teaching in Mind: The Unexamined World of Teacher Thought, , MindFlight Publishing, Hamilton, MT www.teachersmind.com