Clean Language Essentials For Coaches

Clean Language Essentials For Coaches

Normally £87: limited-time special offer price £37 | Judy Rees

Course description

If you're a coach, and you want your clients to get even more of what they want from life, then you're in the right place.

I'm guessing you're curious about Clean Language: you think there may be something in this idea that metaphor is the atom of thought, the native language of the unconscious mind, and in the notion that a very simple set of questions may be the most effective way to use client's metaphors to help them change.

But maybe, that's where you're stuck. Curious. Frustrated that you haven't yet been able to make the step from theory to practice. You get the idea of Clean Language, but you haven't managed to use it with your clients yet.

I've trained hundreds of coaches around the world and I've been tracking what makes the difference. The people who make it look easy are the coaches who combine Clean Language with their existing tools, so that they are practising it in real life from Day 1.

This course is designed to make that happen for you.

We'll take six specific techniques from David Grove's Clean Language and show you how you can use them to improve your practical results with your clients, alongside your other coaching models and approaches.

There's no need to apologise for asking strange questions. There's no need for woo-woo, of feeling uncomfortable. Just crack on with the job of supporting your clients to make the changes that will make the difference for them - with Clean Language as your secret superpower.

What coaches say about Clean Language

  • "In nearly all conversations I have these days I use Clean Language, and have experienced much richer, more in-depth conversations. I use clean on sales calls, on coaching calls, even with friends & family. No ill side effects!" BF
  • "When added to another approach it seems to offer a fast track to the unconscious and originate some change with not too much work and effort." PM

  • "This is so. Incredibly. AMAZING!!!!! INCREDIBLE results!!! Oh my goodness, this modality, technique, whatever you wish to call it, is mine for the rest of my career." JF

  • "I’ve discovered a whole new way of helping people that I’ve found to be more effective and useful than the traditional hit-or-miss coaching style questions." DA





Judy Rees
Judy Rees

Judy Rees is the co-author of Clean Language: Revealing Metaphors and Opening Minds and has been teaching and using Clean Language for more than 12 years.  You can learn more on her blog, and sign up for her LinkLetter, at http://judyrees.co.uk

Reviews (3)

Even review is great!

by Frances Gollahon
Judy has a great way of presenting Clean Language training via video. This is a review for me and, as always, very helpful. Well worth the initial investment in myself and well worth reviewing!

Very good if you like Clean Language

by Roger Foxwell
Some very useful info in this but for me although I use some Clean Language in my practice, for me I still find it a bit like someone who likes and dislikes Marmite at the same time! There, you have my metaphor for how I feel about it but it won't prevent me continuing to find out more.

Praise for Clean Language Essentials for Coaches

by Clarke Webster
What I experienced in viewing the six videos (over the course of 2 consecutive days) was a concise overview of the elements of the Metaphor Mastery Course I have been through twice to date: This greatly helped me clarify my understanding of the basic principles of CL, the result being that 1) I am now convinced of the tremendous value of CL as a communication tool set, 2) have the confidence to begin experimenting with them, and 3) must take these wonderful tools out of the box and work (and play!) with them immediately. Thank you, Judy Rees, for providing an effective and enjoyable learning experience of immense practicality!

Even review is great!

by Frances Gollahon
Judy has a great way of presenting Clean Language training via video. This is a review for me and, as always, very helpful. Well worth the initial investment in myself and well worth reviewing!

Very good if you like Clean Language

by Roger Foxwell
Some very useful info in this but for me although I use some Clean Language in my practice, for me I still find it a bit like someone who likes and dislikes Marmite at the same time! There, you have my metaphor for how I feel about it but it won't prevent me continuing to find out more.

Praise for Clean Language Essentials for Coaches

by Clarke Webster
What I experienced in viewing the six videos (over the course of 2 consecutive days) was a concise overview of the elements of the Metaphor Mastery Course I have been through twice to date: This greatly helped me clarify my understanding of the basic principles of CL, the result being that 1) I am now convinced of the tremendous value of CL as a communication tool set, 2) have the confidence to begin experimenting with them, and 3) must take these wonderful tools out of the box and work (and play!) with them immediately. Thank you, Judy Rees, for providing an effective and enjoyable learning experience of immense practicality!