Part One: Models and Modelling

We are all modellers in a naturalistic way. We all have our models and our own way of building them. What if we understood more about these models and how we build them and developed new, more effective ways to change them? This would involve product, process and principle. This has been the aim of DBM.

Part Two: Re-Modelling Language

In this article I will outline some of my developments in modelling language. This is an area in which I have worked longest and probably found the most rewarding. Language has been the main tool in creating DBM, which is similar to the central role which it has had in NLP.

Part Three: Feeling, Conflict and Integration

Many, if not most clients, seek therapy because of some kind of bad feeling. NLP offers a number of techniques for dealing with bad feelings. In this third part of my series on re-modelling NLP, I will concentrate on the area of feeling generally and specifically the area of conflicts and how we can use feelings to resolve difficult issues.

Part Four: Basic Structures and Processes

An accurate understanding of how we build our models and use them will be the basis for more effective life skills including effective therapy, education, change work, personal and professional development......

Part Five: Planning, Problem Solving, Outcomes and Achieving

In this article I will outline some Re-modelling of NLP in the area of planning, organising and achieving outcomes. Unlike other areas I have covered in this series of articles, in this article I have placed much less emphasis on remodelling and more on explaining new models. ....

Part Six: Understanding Change

The main motivation for my ”re-modelling NLP” was and continues to be to improve the effectiveness of change. As part of this it is important for me to understand how things work, especially where I am likely to be involved in usefully changing them.

Part Seven: Facilitating Change

We are all modellers of our own realities. Therefore we are all naturalistic modellers. However, we all can benefit from learning more precise and thorough modelling skills. We can learn to model our natural modelling skills and to develop more formal and accurate modelling skills. In my experience modelling is the most effective means of facilitating change. ...

Part Eight: Performing Change

This transcript is from a Systemic Counselling training session at the beginning of 1995 and is used with the full permission of the subject. The transcript highlights the differences between a complete modelling approach and a techniques’ approach.

Part Nine: Organising Change

In this article I will outline four different types of change that can used to organise the changes we make. A transcript will demonstrate how I used these in a piece of change work.

Part Ten: Re-Modelling Unconscious Processes and Hypnosis

There are many different opinions, understandings, and models of consciousness and the unconscious. A century ago s the unconscious was considered to be mysterious. In recent times consciousness has become the mystery. There are scores of recent philosophy books each with their view of consciousness