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These intuitions are the basis of what follows in this book. Thank you, Virginia. We love you. Nominalizations Generalization Well-Formed in Therapy Transcript 1 Transcript 2 Chapter 6. A Journey Therapeutic Double Binds Other Maps for the Same Territory Congruity Family Therapy Conclusion. Glossary Bibliography 6. What could anyone say about having their work looked at by four fine eyes in the heads of two very capable human researchers? This book is the outcome of the efforts of two intriguing, smart, young men who are interested in finding out how change takes place and in documenting the process.

They seem to have come up with a description of the predictable elements that make change happen in a transaction between two people.

Knowing what these elements are makes it possible to use them consciously and, thus, to have useful methods for inducing change. I often say to people that I have a right to be a slow learner but educable. What this means to me as a therapist is that I have only one thought -to help the people who come to me in pain to make changes in their lives.

How I use my body, my voice, my eyes, my hands, in addition to the words and the way I use words, is my only tool. Since my goal is to make change possible for everyone, every someone offers a new challenge.

Looking back, Isee that, although Iwas aware that change was happening, I was unaware of the specific elements that went into the transaction which made change possible. For years, I wondered what it would be like to be on the other end of me, to view myself working, to view the process of change from the other side. The authors spent hours looking at video tapes and listening to audio material, and they found patterns emerging which they could document.

Ido something, I feel it, I see it, my gut responds to it - that is a subjective experience. When Ido it with someone 8. What Richard Bandler and John Grinder have done is to watch the process of change over a time and to distill from it the patterns of the how process. What they learned relates particularly, in a sophisticated way, to mathematics, physics, neurology and linguistics.

It would be hard for me to write this Foreword without my own feeling of excitement, amazement and thrill coming through. I have been a teacher of family therapy for a long time, as well as a clinician and a theoretician. This means that I have seen change taking place in many families, and I have been involved in training many family therapists. I have a theory about how I make change occur.

The knowledge of the process is now considerably advanced by Richard Bandler and John Grinder, who can talk in a way that can be concretized and measured about the ingredients of the what that goes into making the how possible.

Virginia M. Satir 9. The task was easy to define: to create the beginnings of an appropriate theoretical base for the describing of human interaction.

The difficulty lay in the word "appropriate" and in the fact that what was to be described included not only the event se- 'quences of successful communication but also the patterns of misunderstandingand the pathogenic.

The behavioral sciences, and especially psychiatry, have always avoided theory, and it is easy to make a list of the various maneuvers whereby theory could be avoided: the historians and some anthropologists chose the impossible task of making not theory but more data out of what was known - a task for detectives and courts of law.

The sociologists trimmed the com- plex variations of known fact to such an ultimate simplicity that the clipped nuggets could be counted. Economists believed in transitive preference. Psychologists accepted all sorts of internal explanatory entities ego, anxiety, aggression, instinct, conflict, etc. Psychiatrists dabbled in all these methods of explanation; they searched for narratives of childhood to explain current behavior, making new data out of what was known. They attempted to create statistical samples of morbidity.

They wallowed in internal and mythical entities, ids and archetypes. Above all, they But there were a few beginnings from which to work: the "logical types" of Russell and Whitehead, the "Games Theory" of Von Neumann, the notions of comparable form called "homol- ogy" by biologists , the concepts of "levels" in linguistics, Von Domarus' analysis of "schizophrenic" syllogisms, the notion of discontinuity in genetics and the related notion of binary informa- tion.

Pattern and redundancy were beginning to be defined. And, above all, there was the idea of homeostasis and self-correction in cybernetics. Out of these scattered pieces came a hierarchic classification of orders of message and therefore of orders of learning, the begin- nings of a theory of "schizophrenia" and with it an attempt, very premature, to classify the ways in which people and animals code their messages digital, analogic, iconic, kinesic, verbal, etc.

Perhaps our greatest handicap at that time was the difficulty which the professionals seemed to experience when they tried to understand what we were doing. Some even tried to count "double binds" in recorded conversations. I treasure somewhere in my files a letter from a funding agency telling me that my work should be more clinical, more experimental, and, above all, more quantitative.

Grinder and Bandler have confronted the problems which we confronted then and this series is the result. They have tools which we did not have - or did not see how to use.

They have succeeded in making linguistics into a base for theory and simultaneously into a tool for therapy. This gives them a double control over the psychiatric phenomena, and they have done something which, as I see it today, we were foolish to miss. We already knew that most of the premises of individual psychology were useless, and we knew that we ought to classify modes of communicating.

But it never occurred to us to ask about the effects of the modes upon interpersonal relations.


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