MOL doesn’t provide solutions but helps people generate their own solutions to problems

Kelli Garrison, MAPS, Counselling Psychologist

As a practitioner with a few years experience, I find that many training offerings are uninspiring – designed to meet requirements or rehash ideas met too often. The Method of Levels (MOL) training was quite different. It encouraged me to view my counselling methods wholistically and systemically, rather than with a reductionistic process focus, as is more common. It is a method which builds on existing competencies and fans interest in how and why counselling works. MOL is also truly client focussed, it is hard to imagine a client could feel imposed upon using this approach. I have found that following discussions, reading and face to face training on MOL that it has lingered in my consciousness and informed my practice significantly more than most methods I have encountered.

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    Controlling People: The paradoxical nature of being human.

    Brisbane: Australian Academic Press.