1. Identifytheconflictandthepartsinvolved.Usevalues elicitation and other language patterns to sort out the values, beliefs and the parts represent them

2. Make a visual image of each part and place one part in each hand. Describe each part (if possible in peoples terms.)

3. Separate intention from behavior. (using reframe, chunking up so that he realizes that he has the same intention) What resources each does part have that the other part would find useful in helping it to be more effective?

4. Have each part tell you what is good about the other part. And then have each acknowledge that the conflict is getting in the way of achieving their intention

5. Resolve the conflict by getting agreement that they will work together.

6. Ask how they would like to integrate. (Create or visualize a third part with the combined resources of each part. Place this third image in the center of the other two images, and describe the visual image of the new part. (if it’s hard, help to collapse the image so that only the new part remains) Create a series of visual image representing the metamorphosis or transition of the two parts into part three.)

7. Bring the hands together doing step five and have the internal images begin to merge.

8. Take the integrated part inside.

9. Suggest “Super Part”.

10. TEST & Future pace.

11. If needed, take super part on time line and release any event, decision from part relative to subject.