Learn Clean Language

We use Clean Language to inspire capability in groups and individuals - and we can teach you to do this too. What would you like to have happen?

Clean for Teams

Join us for a two-day introduction to Systemic Modelling in Brighton. 25th-26th February 2019. With Marian Way, Rachel Gilmore and Neil Pavey.

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Join us for our ILM Level 5 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring

Learn foundational clean coaching methodologies, and other robust coaching tools, to inspire capability in others and coach them for success.

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Clean Learning Demo and Q&A with Marian Way

Join us for a free and friendly webinar designed to help you to find out more about Clean Language.

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Our books

So you want to be… #DramaFree

Price: £17.50

Clean Approaches for Coaches

Price: £20.00

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Upcoming events

Hampshire Clean Practice Group

Monday 21 January 2019, 7:30-9:30pm
Portchester, Hampshire, United Kingdom
With Marian Way

Clean Learning Webinar

Tuesday 22 January 2019, 5:30-6:30pm
With Marian Way

Clean Language Online Practice Group

Thursday 31st January 2019, 7-9pm
With Karrie Shield

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From the blog

#DramaFree Goes to Church

Published 11 November, 2018 by Marian Way

What happened when Caitlin went back to the church she attended with her grandmother as a child, to deliver a #DramaFree evening there.

Using Clean Space with organizational trauma

Published 7 November, 2018 by Marian Way

When Philippe Bailleur, author of Stuck? Dealing with Organizational Trauma, attended our Clean Space training earlier this year, he told me how helpful Clean Language and Clean Space can be in his work. We didn’t have time then for an in-depth conversation about this, so we agreed I would interview Philippe over Skype.

Navigating Space for Creativity

Published 25 October, 2018 by Jacqueline Ann Surin

Jacqueline Ann Surin reviews "Insights in Space" and the Clean Space workshop she attended this summer and discusses how coaches and facilitators can utilise space to help their coachees solve problems, generate ideas and spark creativity.

What our customers say

"This is the best training I have ever been on. I loved the open and welcoming atmosphere. Every moment was used as a teaching opportunity - it was truly an immersive experience. I had a sense of being welcomed into the Clean Tribe. So nice! I’m feeling so affirmed and challenged which is quite a thrill. Thank you. I’m looking forward to our next sessions already. "
Michael Blythman Psychotherapist
Systemic Modelling Level 1 Rolling Programme

"I’m so glad I listened to my heart and came on this weekend. I enjoyed getting to know myself in a deep way. I am on my authentic/divine path and am letting go of anything that is holding me back! It was also truly fascinating to see how other people tick. Watching the different expert facilitators work was fascinating and the opportunity to ask questions at the end really helped my learning. Great trainers, great group. Thank you for sharing your family home so generously with us. I loved the learning, the sharing, the freedom, the pacing, getting to know new people, the wonderful vegetarian food. It was a totally unique experience and one of the best weekends of my life! I would not change a thing. I loved it!"
Ruth Huckle Teacher
Adventures in Clean

"Undergrad and law school ruined my mind. Undergrad teachers claimed that euphemisms, clichés, analogies, assimilations and metaphors were used by the weak minds that couldn’t think creatively on their own. Law school made everything about Logos. Your book, along with other books like The Story Factor and The Righteous Mind and have started to help me turn myself back into a human being instead of a legal minded robot. Humans, when communicating not in the context of law, communicate extensively with assimilations, metaphors and stories. The human responses I’ve gotten lately with these methods have been wonderful. And, I am not really a people person. As a matter of perspective, I’ve read some Carl Rogers and some Irvin Yalom on therapy. Both are dense reads and frankly, boring. What I love about humanity (and the occasional individual) is that the Clean Approach seems to use some of that human learning/therapy history as a metaphorical baseline and then takes deep communication much farther, in a simple way. It is a relatively fun read. I am not a book worm. I got a “D” as in “DOG” in freshman English - even though, as I tried to explain to my professor, I speak English. Thanks Marian, I hope it is not an insulting over-simplification."
Seamus Culhane Attorney
Clean Approaches for Coaches