Reverse Meta Model: Simple Deletions

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Reverse Meta Model: Simple Deletions

A simple deletion is when an important element in a statement is missing. This is different from the earlier category of “unspecified nouns” because in the latter case the sentence has an object, it’s just unspecified. Here, it would be missing entirely. Here are some examples of how a client might use them and thus inspire us, as therapists, to employ …

Reverse Meta Model: Nominalizations

Nominalizations The Meta Model teaches us that nominalizations are verbs that have been changed into nouns. In other words, they are a process that has been changed linguistically into a thing. As an example, we hear people speak about their “relationship,” instead of “how they are relating to their partner.” It’s really good to recognize them because clients use them …

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