Voice Dialogue

Does something inside of you sabotage your plans? Do the same destructive patterns keep surfacing in your relationships? Are you torn by indecision? Struggling with self-confidence? Is your internal pleaser or perfectionist controlling your life?

Each of us is multifaceted, yet many of us get stuck in habitual ways of living. We struggle to change our behavior despite our best intentions. A voice within tells us we can change, but a stronger voice continues to resist.

This internal struggle is innate in all of us. We learn to disown certain aspects of our personality, often referred to as our “shadow,” and allow other parts to become dominant or primary. A “pleaser” learns to give unconditionally, while the opposite “taker” doesn’t consider another’s needs. Often we’re taught that one part is “bad” and the other “good,” making it difficult to strike a balance between the two. We become trapped in our own belief system, and despite our best effort to change our minds, we stay stuck in old, familiar patterns.

Voice Dialogue gets you unstuck. It allows you to unhook from your dominant selves and to begin to explore their opposites. This gives you access to new perspectives and energy systems, expanding your inner resources to help deal with life’s challenges. It gives you a more comprehensive picture of who you are, empowering you to live a more balanced and fulfilling life.

Created over thirty years ago by two clinical psychologists, Drs. Hal and Sidra Stone, this unique method of change is used by coaches, spiritual counselors, therapists, educators, healthcare professionals and workshop leaders around the world. Phyllis was trained by Dr. Hal Stone’s daughter, Judith Stone, and Francesca Starr at The Voice Dialogue Training Institute in 2001 and 2003.

To learn more about this powerful approach to personal growth and healing, visit Voice Dialogue International.

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