Suggestions for further reading on ECM as Elicitive Working Method

Dietrich, Wolfgang. 2013. Elicitive Conflict Transformation and the Transrational Turn in Peace Politics. Translated by Wolfgang Sützl and Victoria Hindley, Many Peaces, Vol. 2. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Chapter 4 discusses explicitly NVC, Active Listening, TCI and the psychology of interpersonal communication within the framework of elicitive conflict transformation. Further, these methods and especially Rogers’ client-centered therapy are discussed as part of the elicitive work inspired by humanistic psychology

Buzan, Tony. 2010. The Mind Map Book: Unlock your creativity, boost your memory, change your life. London: Pearson.

  • This book provides a comprehensive explanation of what are mind maps and their fundamental applications

Kabbal, Jeru. 2006. Finding Clarity: A Guide to the Deeper Levels of your Being. Berkeley: North Atlantic Books.

  • A collection of teachings of Kabbal with the core ideas of the Clarity Process

Rosenberg, Marshall. 2005. Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life. Encinitas: PuddleDancer Press.

  • In this book, find the foundation, model and manifold practical applications of NVC

Cohn, Ruth. 2004. Von der Psychoanalyse zur themenzentrierten Interaktion. Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta.

Löhmer, Cornelia, and Rüdiger Standhardt, 2008. TZI – Die Kunst, sich selbst und eine Gruppe zu leiten: Einführung in die Themen-zentrierte Interaktion. Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta.

  • In Cohn’s book, find the original TCI elaboration. In Löhmer and Standhardt, find a clear presentation on the axioms and postulates