This is cleanlanguage.co.uk — the home of Symbolic Modelling on the Internet. Here you can find articles and information on Penny Tompkins and James Lawley's Symbolic Modelling and the Clean Language, Clean Space and Emergent Knowledge processes of David Grove.
If you are new to this field, we suggest you allow Penny Tompkins to lead you through the Clean Collection by taking her enlightening Gallery Tour.
Personal reflections from Andrew Bloomfield who lives with autism and uses Supportive Typing to communicate. Andrew has found Clean Language to be a remarkable tool for facilitating self-expression and overcoming anxiety and being stuck.
A series of annotated transcripts of demonstrations from webinars with a group of Ukrainian psychologists and psychotherapists who want to use Clean Language and Symbolic Modelling to support themselves and their clients living through the ongoing trauma of war. The aim of these sessions, facilitated by Penny Tompkins and James Lawley, is simply to demonstrate Symbolic Modelling ‘live’. The annotation gives some idea of what we take into account in deciding which Clean Language question to ask, and when.