Is NLP Too Clinical?

I haven’t posted a new thread on here for aaaages. I’ve learnt so much from coming here I’ve been spending my time doing stuff :)) Massive thank you NLP connections. Through doing stuff I’m beginning to get a handle on the different kinds of epistemologies within and kind of without NLP. I find working with peoples own metaphors and setting very strong frames for interaction are more ecological and client centered than butchering experience with the meta model for example. Breaking experience down into VAK interpretations and patterning using conscious mind creations to play around with them e.g Sm work, to me, at this time seems to carve the flow of experience and take the parts from the whole. If you work with a persons own metaphors Don’t they contain all the sensory information anyway? If you set strong frames for interaction then won’t all the sensory information reorganise itself in generative ways anyway?

Credit for the sources of the distinctions I am currently working with and exploring: Judy Rees, Joergan Rasmussen

Ps. I use the meta model to gather information, not as a form of changing perspective. Currently :blush:

Is NLP Too Clinical?

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