Supporting Yourself and Others in the Time of COVID 19

Clean Language Approaches for Difficult Times


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Your registration will bring you the three keys:

  1. Access to our digital access page -- with links to each session and supplementary downloads. 
  2. Link to our Supporting Yourself and Others in the Time of COVID 19 Resource page just for you. 
  3. Access to a downloadable PDF with active links making it easy to watch on your schedule..

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The live sessions have completed. 

These sessions are available via view on-demand replay links. 


1. Choose the sessions you would like to view:

You are welcome to attend as many sessions as your schedule allows. We are happy to have you with us. And don't worry if you aren't able to make a session - each session will be uploaded to a video portal for viewing later. We are just keen to know what you are most interested in. 

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  • Session 1  with Angela Dunbar

    Session 1 with Angela Dunbar

    A Clean Coaching Process to Explore / Manage Fear


  • Session 2 with Judy Rees

    Session 2 with Judy Rees

    Light at the End of the Lock-down


  • Session 3  with Annemeik van Helsdingen

    Session 3 with Annemeik van Helsdingen

    Navigating the In-between


  • Session 4 with Gina Campbell

    Session 4 with Gina Campbell

    How are you [feeling] being?


  • Session 5 with James Ramirez

    Session 5 with James Ramirez

    Understanding Others in the Time of COVID 19


  • Session 6 with Sharon Small

    Session 6 with Sharon Small

    Working with constraints - When it is the way it is ...


  • Session 7 with Penny Tompkins & James Lawley

    Session 7 with Penny Tompkins & James Lawley

    I, Me, You, and ALL of US!


  • Session 8 with Greta Irving

    Session 8 with Greta Irving

    Covid 19-An Exploration in Virtual Space



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3. Please support our efforts (optional)

These sessions were created and supported by all-volunteer efforts. To help keep these session replays available to new viewers and in support of our original intention to provide donations to WaterAid and the World Food Programme (Awarded the 2020 Noble Peace Prize), we are asking for financial support if you are able.  You may choose your donation amount and no gift is too small or too large. We will follow the 90-10 rule with 90% of all proceeds being donated to WaterAid and the World Food Program and 10% being used to cover costs incurred in creating and maintaining this service. 

The World Food Programme has been awarded the Noble Peace Prize for 2020. (https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/peace/2020/press-release/)

As of January 1st 2021 -We have raised over $740 dollars from donations received here at CLI and I am sure even more directly to the non-profits above. 

We welcome you to donate directly as well. Both organizations are linked above. 


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May you enjoy and greatly benefit from Clean Language questions and principles!

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