In 2020 and 2021, Warren Mansell and Eva de Hullu organized an online MOL training to make the method and theory accessible for international participants. The training was hosted on a google site domain.
The content of that site is replicated here for posterity.
Ongoing International Online Method of Levels Training, 2020-2021
dr. Eva de Hullu (Open University, NL).
The purpose of this online course is to get started with MOL therapy, both by getting acquainted with Perceptual Control Theory, the theory behind MOL and practising MOL questions in interaction. This Open Online (free) course is offered to school staff, counsellors, therapists, mental health professionals, and others who work with people experiencing distress or mental health difficulties. This course is also suitable for anyone wanting to help people deal better with a current stressful situation, or interested in improving their overall wellbeing.
- You will learn to understand the principles of control, conflict and reorganization.
- You will learn to use curious questioning to maintain the MOL goals of allowing the client to talk freely about his or her problems and notice disruptions to broaden client’s awareness.
Get Started right away
You can start anytime by reading the preparation materials, reading the recommended book chapters and watching the webinar video. If we plan future editions of this online course, we will post them on this site.
Take a look at the schedule tab for current small supervision sessions. These are open to participants of the webinar in October 2020 and February 2021, and those who took the effort to work through the materials on their own.
Reading & excersizing materials:
- Online training perparation booklet (google doc).
- Carey, T. A., Mansell, W., Tai, S., Mansell, W., & Tai, S. (2015). Principles-Based Counselling and Psychotherapy: A Method of Levels approach. Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315695778 Available as book or e-book. In preparation for this course, reading chapter 2 and 3 is recommended (but not obligatory).