If you've completed Campbell's first workbook of this pair, you know without a doubt that personal metaphors matter. Resourceful ones can empower and sustain clients. Problematic ones can prevent clients from making the internal shifts they desire. Is there more you can do to help your clients when they want to change such metaphors? Absolutely!
As a helping or healing professional, you will find this second workbook a welcome continuation of what you learned of David Grove's Clean Language and James Lawley and Penny Tompkins' Symbolic Modeling in Basics Part One: Facilitating Clarity. Step-by-step, Basics Part Two: Facilitating Change teaches you how to help your clients transform the mind/body metaphors that color their perceptions and guide their life choices to support healthier and happier living.
About the Author
Gina Campbell, M. Ed.
Founder and Director of Mining Your Metaphors
Gina Campbell is a certified Clean Language Practitioner, having studied with Symbolic Modeling developers James Lawley and Penny Tompkins. She has led trainings in Clean Language and Symbolic Modeling since 2005. Gina draws upon her decades of experience as an educator, a developmental counselor, and a poetry therapy facilitator to expertly guide her students to master and apply these profoundly powerful techniques. She resides in Baltimore, Maryland (USA) where she maintains a consulting practice training healing professionals and offering private sessions for individuals engaged in personal development.