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SEMPI Version 2 is released!

Posted on May 6, 2018 at 10:35 PM Comments comments (3)

Media release for the Sempi Social Communication Model version 2. By Alyse Price-Tobler 6.5.2018


New System takes mental health conversations beyond ‘Are You Ok?’


What is the ‘SSCM’ and why was it designed?


This model offers a new way to move conversations around mental and physical health beyond, ‘Are You OK?’ The ‘SEMPI Social Communication Model’ offers a deeper, more ...

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New SEMPI tutorials are up!!!

Posted on February 23, 2018 at 8:35 AM Comments comments (0)


Great News! 

The SEMPI Tutorials have started! So, if you are interested in how to really get your teeth into SEMPI< watch the tutorials!!! I have recorded 1, 2 and 3, and am about to record 4, 5 and 6!

Stay tuned! Alyse!


Posted on February 21, 2018 at 10:00 AM Comments comments (0)

By Alyse Price-Tobler 22.2 18


What happens if you ask someone if they're O.K, and they answer NO?

What if there was a solution?

‘Do you know how to stop what you're doing, and have a deeper, more real, empathic conversation with another person, allowing them to feel heard, validated and understood, if they answer ‘NO?’

Here is the solution!

Hi, my name is Alyse Price-Tobler (MCAP). ...

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Why I created the SEMPI Social Communication Model

Posted on November 9, 2017 at 4:15 AM Comments comments (0)

Hi, and thankyou for coming to my website to spend your precious time reading my blog.


I wanted to say something about one of the main reasons for designing the SEMPI model. Throughout my many years as a community worker, the men and women who have been experiencing homelessness, have been among the people who have most touched my heart.


I cannot imagine, as much as I try, to understand what it must be like to experience unmanaged mental heal...

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Results from my Master's degree research thesis on women experiencing homelessness in Sydney, Australia 2017

Posted on November 9, 2017 at 3:25 AM Comments comments (0)

Research Project by Alyse Price-Tobler September 2016

Investigate the Varied Responses from the Female Primary Homeless as Evident in Demonstrations from the General Public


Part One

Research Thesis

The research thesis has focussed on ‘investigating the varied responses from the female primary homeless as evident in demonstrations from the general public’.


This research proposes to investigate the link between the exp...

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One reason that SEMPI was developed

Posted on November 9, 2017 at 3:20 AM Comments comments (0)

The Sempi Social Communication Model is designed to help humankind feel equal through the reduction of stigma. It does not care about your age, race or social status. It will be free for everyone so that we can all walk together. Alyse ������������❤

Alyse Tobler






I had an idea!

Posted on October 27, 2017 at 2:10 AM Comments comments (0)

Hi everyone!


I had an idea. It was a big idea.

I wanted to design a social communication model to address loneliness and communication barriers.

I wanted the model to be for children and adults.

I wanted the model to respond to loneliness and give people a voice to feel heard.

I wanted the model to be altruistic with philanthropic principles.

I wanted the model to teach and promote empathy to communities at a grass roots level.

I ...

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'SEMPI Social Communication Model' benefits for future generations

Posted on October 8, 2017 at 5:15 AM Comments comments (0)

‘SEMPI Social Communication Model’ Important benefits for future generations

Written by Alyse Price-Tobler, creator of

The ‘SEMPI Social Communication Model’ will be free for anyone who would like to use it across the world. It is written for anyone aged from 3 until 110, no matter what your physical or mental state, occupation, intelligence or social ranking.

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