|Topic:||Process versus content|
|Posted by:||Darrell Brown|
I was hoping someone could bring some clarity to the distinction about process versus content.|
I sometimes find myself with a new client who languages to me what a relief it is to find someone to listen to their "problem".
They then go about down loading their "story" and how they have arrived at the current circumstances of their life.
My question is -
At what stage do we say, "thank you, thats all I need to hear" and then begin with some sort of intervention ie: some meta model questions.
Do we allow them to finish their story, calibrating that this is therapy for them in itself.
At what stage do I say - stop! This is entering into content, and I am only interested in process. Are we to entertain any content at all?
Any feed back would be grateful.
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Process versus content||15/02/2004 05:16:20||Darrell Brown|
|Re:Process versus content||15/02/2004 10:25:37||Pete West|
|Re:Re:Process versus content||15/02/2004 12:56:38||Darrell John Squire Brown|
|Re:Re:Re:Process versus content||15/02/2004 15:26:21||Bill|
|Re:Re:Re:Process versus content||15/02/2004 21:33:03||Pete West|
|Re:Process versus content||22/02/2004 21:19:19||Amilcar|
|Re:Re:Process versus content||23/02/2004 02:25:56||Pete West|
|Re: Whoops! small typo||23/02/2004 02:37:33||Pete West|
|Re:Re:Re:Process versus content||23/02/2004 03:55:02||James Tsakalos|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Process versus content||23/02/2004 04:44:19||Pete West|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Process versus content||23/02/2004 10:21:56||Pete West|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Process versus content||23/02/2004 14:52:34||jonathan|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Process versus content||23/02/2004 18:44:38||jonathan|
|Speak Chinese||23/02/2004 19:33:19||Amiclar|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Process versus content||23/02/2004 20:50:26||John Grinder|
|Re:Re:Re:Process versus content||23/02/2004 14:10:49||amilcar|
|Re:Process versus content||23/02/2004 19:23:07||Amiclar|
|Re:Re:Process versus content||23/02/2004 20:35:03||John Grinder and Carmen Bostic|
|Re:Re:Re:Process versus content||23/02/2004 21:08:48||nj|
|Re:Process versus content - in nlp writing||24/02/2004 15:36:52||Amilcar|
|Re:Re:Process versus content - in nlp writing||24/02/2004 16:51:46||John Grinder|
|Process interventions||26/02/2004 14:19:57||Amilcar|