Teacher Techniques

While the title may be incongruent [Procedure/Technique] we will allow the Slavic dolls to confuse the title, but not the nature. These are techniques that can be used by teachers to achieve specific goals. However, they are more similar in some ways to group instruction and play. Their overriding characteristic is that they involve a helper with a group of people and thus have a connection and characteristics of that multi-person milieu.

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31 Cross Mapping Submodalities

INTRODUCTION NeuroLinguistic Programming, introduced by Richard Bandler, an information specialist, and John Grinder, a linguist, starts with the premise that all subjective experience is ultimately reducible to what is called ‘sensory data’ plus language. When a...

32 The Pathological Critic

This technique is an adaption of the material in the book Self-Esteem, New Harbinger Publications, Inc, 1992 by Matthew Mckay & Patrick Fanning. INTRODUCTION Definition The pathological critic is a term coined by psychologist Eugene Sagan to describe the negative...

33 Shoulds

This technique is an adaptation of the material in Chapter 7 in the book Self-Esteem, New Harbinger Publications, Inc, 1992 by Matthew McKay & Patrick Fanning. Technique #33 Shoulds ‘Shoulds’ are a limited thinking pattern or cognitive error which are defined in...

34 Reframing

The major source of this material is the book by Richard Bandler and John Grinder, Reframing, published in 1982. Additional sources are Bernard J. Baar’s A Cognitive Theory Of Consciousness, published in 1988, Evolutionary Psychology and the Emotions, Leda Cosmides &...

35 The Mirror Model

The following material is adapted from ‘THE 'MIRROR MODEL: A Guide to Reflective Questioning’ by Philip Harland, first published in Rapport magazine, Issue 42, Winter 1998. A Guide to Reflective Questioning "Only reason can convince us of those three fundamental...

36 Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing

Clinical Prompt [to be used AFTER the technique is understood] Cognitive Process Correction is being used to address the client’s automatic thoughts The client and the clinician agree that there are emotional issues that may be addressed by EMDR Clinician evaluates...

37 Metaphor Counseling through Clean Language

INTRODUCTION Metaphor Counseling, developed by Morris Berg, is a way of working with blocked feelings, traumatic memories and of accessing inner healing and helping resources. There are two main ways of using metaphor in counseling: one is to tell the client stories,...

38 Dialectical Behavior Counseling

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39 Schema Focused Counseling

INTRODUCTION Cognitive psychologists are well aware that human beings ‘chunk’ information in order to be able to draw on a network of ideas to a particular context or domain. Generally , the largest ‘chunks’ are called schema and the most powerful schema include the...

40 Calm Action

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