By Jaap Hollander
A hugely useful e-book that offers a theoretical framework at the workings of provocative training for all therapists. A clean wind is blowing during the worlds of training and psychotherapy! Provocative training: a special new cocktail of humour, heat and mental provocation. Coaches and therapists in every single place are throwing off the shackles of buzzing and nodding! not just can provocative training be powerful - particularly with the so known as 'impossible' consumers - however it liberates execs in addition to their consumers! it is a booklet approximately demanding humans as a way to support them. It explains intimately tips on how to do Provocative training and the mental mechanisms by which the provocative sort works. it will possibly appear like particularly an strange approach of behaving for a certified trainer or therapist besides the fact that humour is a crucial point. Provocative training is expounded to 'paradoxical goal' and 'reverse psychology'.
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Clients changed. How was that possible? We were immediately intrigued. So eventually we invited Frank Farrelly, who is the person who thought up this whole approach, the originator of Provocative Therapy, to come to Holland and teach. This was twenty-three, twenty-four years ago. I remember Frank was teaching for us when our son Florian was born, and he’s twenty-three now. So for the next ten years we had Frank over every year and we were going: ‘This is great! I wish I could do this …’ We did some of it, of course; it wasn’t as if we never tried it out.
In a sense, communicating with the unconscious is always part of coaching and therapy. ’ With those four aces in my deck – NLP, symbol work, hypnosis and Provocative Coaching – I can pretty much play most games. At least I feel I’m pretty flexible. I have some ideas on when to use what, but I won’t go into that now. I like this combination, but of course most coaches develop their own eclectic combination. We live in eclectic times, coaching wise. I haven’t met a coach or a therapist in years who used only one single method, at least no experienced ones.
This is something totally new. ’ Oh? We’d never heard of that before. So we listened to the tape and we were flabbergasted. We were both, Anneke and I – oh, I haven’t introduced Anneke to you yet. Sorry … I forgot. This is Anneke, my beloved wife and co-director of our training institute in Holland (Anneke smiles and waves). So we listened to the tape, and both being clinical psychologists – and living in the 1980s – we were used to being extremely friendly, positive and supportive towards our clients: ‘You are okay, you are valuable, you are worthwhile, you can achieve your goals, I understand how you feel, I feel what you see’ and so on.