https://sensorysystems.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/relating.png 597 1295 John Mc Whirter https://sensorysystems.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/DBMLOGOSmalltransparen.png John Mc Whirter2014-03-20 13:30:262014-03-20 13:30:26The Art and Science of Effective Relating: Relationships, Relating, Roles and Masks.
A defining feature of being human is our need to relate. We are social animals and all social animals need to learn to relate effectively if they are to be successful in their social group. This social relating is a “Subjective Relating” and includes many elements such as bonding, attending, responding, loving, communicating, caring, nurturing, and supporting. Through relating we meet many,,,,,
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For the last twenty years or so I have created between three and four new short courses each year either in response to specific requests for applications or to make available new developments in DBM®. I have called these Art and Science courses to describe the integration of rigour from the science of modelling and the creativity necessary for effective modelling