Mining Your Client's Metaphors: A How-to Workbook on Clean Language and Symbolic Modeling, Basics Part I: Facilitating Clarity
If you’re a therapist, counselor, coach, or other healing professional, you can make a quantum leap in your ability to assess, clarify, clear blocks and encourage transformative change by learning to use your client’s internal metaphors to full advantage with Clean Language and Symbolic Modeling. Used as a self-study tool or a course text, this workbook will empower you with effective and flexible new tools to use alone or integrate with what you already do.
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