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
Clean Language at Work (2010)Philip Harland (2012)
The Persuasion Paradox and the 3 Dimensions of Conversational Control (2012)
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 free here [opens in new window]
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