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Suffolk Networking For Therapists: Networking With Talk - Clean Communicati...

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The Bay Tree Cafe Bistro

St Johns Street

Bury St Edmunds

IP33 1SQ

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Join other therapists and wellbeing professionals to chat, network and learn together. £6.00 in advance £10 on the day subject to availability.

We will have 60 second introductions followed by a guided 10 to 15 minute relaxation/meditation plus a five minute Biz Profile from member Adrienne Green

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We will then hand over to Greta Irving for this month's talk:

Clean Communication

In this talk Greta will:

  • introduce you to a model which describes the mind-body-emotion system of 'meaning making'

  • show how that model applies to communication with others and communication with self

  • introduce you to the 'Clean Language' of David Grove, a Maori/New Zealand Psychologist and Therapist

  • show you how just one or two Clean Language questions can help you uncover meaning and understand communication more clearly

  • tell you more about how she uses Clean Language in her work and how you can find out more!

Paul Watzlawick, Communications Theorist, Psychologist and Philosopher said: “We cannot not communicate” And one of the presuppositions that underpin NLP (Neuro-linguistic Programming) is that “the meaning of our communication is the response that it gets”.

We never really know what we have communicated i.e we never know what the other person ‘heard.’ It is in the response of the other person that we can begin to discover what the other person ‘heard,’ ie the meanings that the other person generated about what we have communicated.

Meaning is a product of the mind-body system. It is a construct that occurs within a mind-body-emotion system, that arises out of the links and associations we make, and which we then reflexively apply to ourselves.Meaning is made on the inside which then produces our communication on the outside.

So when meaning making is this complex, and we never really know what someone means (because we cannot see into their internal meaning making process…) how do we communicate accurately and effectively? How can we Communicate Cleanly?

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The Bay Tree Cafe Bistro

St Johns Street

Bury St Edmunds

IP33 1SQ

United Kingdom

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