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Find out how to uncover patterns and develop a person's metaphor landscape to encourage the conditions needed for deep and lasting change. Face-to-Face and Online courses available.
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Thursday 18 October 7-9pm
Blackberry Hill Studio, Bristol, United Kingdom
With Christoffer de Graal
Thursday 25th October 2018, 7-9pm
With Sue Charman
Sat, Oct 27, 2018, 9:00 AM – Sun, Oct 28, 2018, 5:00 PM EDT
Private Home, Massachusetts, United States
With Caitlin Walker
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Published 16 October, 2018 by Marian Way
I had heard that Heather Cairns-Lee had been given a prestigious academic award for her PhD in which she used Clean Interviewing to find metaphors for leadership, so when she attended our Adventures in Clean event I caught up with her to find out more…
Published 27 September, 2018 by Marian Way
Are you on an emotional rollercoaster? Finding it difficult to manage your relationships? Always stressed out? Find out more about about your dramas and the role(s) you tend to take in this first of a series of articles based on our new book, So you want to be... #DramaFree.
Published 13 June, 2018 by Jacqueline Ann Surin
Jacqueline Ann Surin explores her experience of being in drama and how it was 'unpacked' by Caitlin Walker, using Systemic Modelling.
"If you’re new to Clean Language, this beautifully organised and thoroughly user-friendly guide will take you by the hand and lead you through the initial strangeness of asking - and answering - Clean questions, and then through each important stage of working more “cleanly” with clients, including a very reassuring section on what to do when none of it seems to work. More experienced practitioners will appreciate the way each aspect of Clean is discussed in the light of current research and the way the often fascinating case-study transcripts (don’t miss “I Fart in Your General Direction”) are presented in bite-sized colour coded chunks with zippy illustrations and very helpful question-by-question commentary. One reason why this book works so well is because Marian Way spent five years figuring out how to present both the fundamentals and the fiddly bits of Clean in a way that follows the inner dynamic of an actual Clean session. Her great ability to present the convolutions of each client’s inner landscape clearly and coherently will make this book an essential addition to your Clean library."
Clean Approaches for Coaches
""I’m so grateful that I signed up for the Clean Language course. My rating is "Satisfied Over Expectation"! A training that shows a crisp, clean and useful method. To make 'as little as possible' gives me a new dimension. At the same time we were trained in a dimension of listening as (with training) will make me a better coach, educator and human being. Marian was an incredibly competent, safe, clear, sharp and humble leader. A model both in the method and as a course leader. Together with these wonderful colleagues, nothing could be better. Want to learn more "
Birgitta Keller ICF Coach
"Marian is an expert who uses her expertise in a gentle and generous way to achieve quick and powerful results."