Judith Hendin

Judith Hendin, PhD, offers private sessions, workshops, and trainings in Conscious Body and Voice Dialogue, leading edge approaches to consciousness and complementary medicine.
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Conscious Body & Voice Dialogue in the U.S. & Europe 2014

• Trainings at Levels I, II, III and IV • Supervision • Presentations • Individual Sessions •


Tartu & Tallinn, Estonia
November 14-16 Voice Dialogue Introductory Training
November 20 Supervised Practice Day
November 21-23 Conscious Body Trauma Training
   Open to everyone who has experience in Voice Dialogue.

Paris, France
November 27-December 1 Conscious Body Trauma Training
   Open to everyone who has experience in Voice Dialogue.

Bologna, Italy
December 6-7 Conscious Body Supervision; Individual Sessions

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Judith Hendin has contributed a chapter in the book, The Voice Dialogue Anthology: Explorations in the Psychology of Selves and the Aware Ego. The chapter is titled, “Conscious Body and the Energy Medicine of Selves.” To read this chapter in our Reading Room, click here. The entire book is available for purchase here.

Candace Pert, Ph.D., invited Judith Hendin to appear as the first guest of The Institute of New Medicine interview series. Pert, a scientist recognized for her ground-breaking research in the connection of body and mind, wrote the popular book, Molecules of Emotion: Why You Feel the Way You Feel, and she appeared in the film What the BLEEP Do We Know. Candace Pert served in the Clinical Neuroscience Branch of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). The Institute of New Medicine is directed by Pert and her husband, Michael Ruff. www.candacepert.com

“Bodies are devised to guide us in consciousness. Follow the energy of pain or illness and you will find characters inside bursting to express — emotions held back for decades, a little child sweetly playing, Aphrodite's sexy hips swaying. All these, and many more, are medicine.”

Judith Hendin

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