Learning Journeys CD-ROM is Back in Stock

  In 2008, I was sitting in a meeting of educators in the field of sports development. They had received some funding to create a learning resource for their students. They wanted to make a CD ROM about those who were exceptional in the field of sports and sports development, in order to inspire their… Continue reading

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Using Systemic Modelling to Support Student Teachers to Learn through Reflection

  Teacher Educators agree that it’s important for students to be able to reflect on their practice. Reflection enables them to make the most of their teaching and learning experiences. It allows them to develop personal and professional self-awareness so they are able to identify areas for development. A key issue is to help them… Continue reading

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Engaging vulnerable adults to become more resilient – through Clean Interviewing

You’ve probably read the stories about vulnerable adults falling victim to scammers. Some people are losing their life savings, their sense of wellbeing and their peace of mind. The scammers target them through the Internet, door-to-door and through mail scams. A story about scams, the elderly and mental health, appeared in the Guardian just this… Continue reading

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Different Rhythms for Different Processes

We are often asked what is the difference between Symbolic Modelling and Systemic Modelling – apart from that Symbolic Modelling is primarily for working with individuals and Systemic Modelling is primarily for working with groups. In this video, I explain that one of the main differences relates to the tempo or rhythms we employ within each process.

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Clean Interviewing

Over 10 years ago I was invited to adapt Clean Language into a form of police video interviewing for vulnerable witnesses. We already had an adaptation of Clean Language for use more conversationally in teams and groups, and this was to be an exciting new application. When interviewing witnesses like young children or adults with… Continue reading

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