Speech therapy

The Clean Language approach helps clients find ‘new’ answers by thinking differently about the question. The coach plays a vital role here – by keeping out of their way, says Angela Dunbar The late New Zealand psychologist and therapist David Grove pioneered the technique of Clean Language in the 1980s as an effective means to treat patients suffering from traumatic memories. The technique has since gathered momentum as a tool for change within business due, in part, to the work of Carol Wilson of Performance Coach Training, along with Grove before his death in 2008. Reliving trauma Grove discovered that […]

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