2017 Case study TPM
This is to collate case studies for on going development of practitioners and to spread awareness of what TPM achieves. **UCM is short for Unconscious Mind
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Date client session (estimate if not known)
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BEFORE What was the main presenting problem and desired outcome
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AFTER What changed after TPM evidenced by the CLIENT and what YOU noticed?
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Which session was this
1st , 2nd , 3rd ?
What age is your client (approx if not known)
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How long was the session *
Which initial steps
(include any steps taken before the session - for example by phone or email)
Which kind of initial investigation?
Which kind of TPM process(es) did you teach/lead them through, in this session? Please note self created processes separately
Which completely self generated solutions (s) did you guide the client's UCM to generate?
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OPTIONAL - Long term benefits - how long did it last? or not?
Please record long term benefits to the client - if you are able to - and say how long after this session you have added these comments.
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Reminder of Ingredients to include in a TPM session
(updated Feb 2015)


1. At the start of a session (or even before)

Set your intention (to hold their space, connect to your purpose in your role)

Build rapport

Establish objectives - current situation in brief and desired outcomes Help them articulate to their UCM the consequences of the current pattern and what they want instead. Including language about their UC Mind’s highest purpose is to serve them.

Use convincers to open possibilities. How TPM helps people / works making messages relevant to the potential client’s interest and meta programs
(This might be started at very first contact with the client)

Set expectations (for session / fee/ timing/ confidentiality/ your role/ request for their feedback openness and honesty. Ask their permission to interrupt if too much content.)

Get permission to proceed or make a changes, give them permission to stop now or at any time.

2. Early on and throughout session

Notice all their body language / posture / eye accessing cues/ gestures / changes in physiology give huge clues and are often more truthful that what they may tell us verbally

Gather info e.g. intake form, quick mirror exercise, Eye jiggle test, Silent emotional history, eye patch exercise

Note meta-programs they use / favored representational system/ how they arrange their brain - which eye/ hemisphere is dominant

Create safe space - possibly use an anchor, or metaphor to reduce or avoid any exposure to uncomfortable stimuli if it is very traumatic

Check any changes are ecological

Check for secondary gain

Establish a way of measuring before and after

3. During the session

I lead you follow + quieten the conscious mind

Identify what to work on (which entry point or processes to help get to the source)

Establish permission to change anything - ensure there is a way for them to keep learning

Ensure all of them ready to change

Pace them so not too much for them to take on (Particularly if integrating parts / dealing with fears which have shaped persons identity or if they prefer sameness)

In addition to TPM specific Interventions, you may also use NLP language to help them reframe things and be more resourceful (for example change time frame around a problem “You haven’t found a solution YET...”

Integrate what is helpful into their mental landscape (level 2)

Refer to desired outcomes, and use their language, labels, metaphors and imagery (unless it is limiting) respecting their map of the world

Ask what else would they like? - because their creative UCM may suggest further resources to help the person


4. Towards end of session

What is different? Help them become aware + satisfy convincer
Future pace / Past pace
Possibly help them identify new behaviour or actions to support their desired changes NB - this is what Fiona would do as a coach. It seems to be helpful for the client who may have made changes at a deeper abstract level to articulate how they now envisage their behaviour changing - this makes it more tangible. A TPM practitioner (unlike a coach) does not then hold the client accountable to making those behavioral changes.

Continue - invite or ask UCM - to continue a process to achieve desired objectives. Identify what would be helpful to cover next session if appropriate

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