August 2020's edition is in in a better podcast style. It tells the story of how the technique came out of a session with a young person at a time when I was stuck in my work with him. On the day it emerged, I had no idea that it would be so successful. I hope you will find it useful and it will encourage you to design your own techniques. Show notes below:
1. Can boredom ever be good? All in the Mind ABC National Radio
This is a link to the Boredom Proneness Scale test if you fancy trying it out.
2. Tom Ravenette: “Never, never, never give advice”: An essay in professional practice. Ch. 8 in Personal Construct Theory in Educational Psychology.
3. Tsudi’s ABC John Fisher and Helen Jones talk about Finn Tsudi’s ABC technique
5. Salmon (1995) Psychology in the Classroom: Reconstructing Teachers and Learners