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Voice Dialogue Training

Inner voices shape our attitudes about who we are and who we should be. These "selves" call out to us constantly – in our daily activities, our moods, our dreams, our relationships, and our bodies. Knowing our “selves” enriches our lives and helps us process whatever life brings our way.

Voice Dialogue Training is designed for both personal and professional growth. It includes teaching, discussion, demonstrations, participatory exercises, movement, and individual experiences of the work.

Discussion at a training

Voice Dialogue Training Content


Meeting your Selves

Who Am I? – Find the selves that make up who you are

Meet selves that are familiar to you (“primary selves”)

Uncover selves that are unfamiliar to you (“disowned selves”)

Experience that every self has energy

Look at dreams from the perspective of selves

Beyond your own personal selves, recognize cultural selves

The Psychology of Selves

Learn the three-part consciousness model

Expand to a new level of consciousness, the “Aware Center” (also called “Aware Ego”),

    that honors and accepts all the selves, and exercises choice

See how the Aware Center functions in 3 different ways

Basics of Voice Dialogue Facilitation

Learn the steps of basic Voice Dialogue facilitation

Know the types of questions to ask when dialoguing with a self

Learn about the Awareness level

Sense and work with energy throughout sessions

Further Topics of More Advanced Voice Dialogue Trainings

Selves in Relationship

Use your judgments of others to reveal your own disowned selves

Explore the value of vulnerable selves as well as powerful selves

Learn the fascinating dance of selves in relationships, called “bonding patterns”

Communicate with Awareness of Selves

Maintain energetic linkage

Speak your whole truth, from your Aware Center, on behalf of all your selves

Further Principles of Voice Dialogue Facilitation

Work with certain selves in particular ways

Meet the Inner Critic and learn the 3 steps of working with this important voice

Dialogue with the Inner Child with sensitivity and subtlety



Receive supervision and feedback on Voice Dialogue sessions that you have done outside the

    training (For more about Supervision, go here.)

For Organizers

If you would like to bring Judith Hendin to your location to teach, either in person or online, visit our Organizers' page.

Selves You May Meet in the Voice Dialogue Training

Hard Worker


Cares for Others 


Free Spirit


Rational Mind


Inner Critic

Inner Child












Straight Talker

Cares for Self


Follows the Rules

Business Person



Inner Ally

(no opposite)

During and after the training

Voice Dialogue is a subtle process, so during and after the training,

you will benefit from exchanging sessions with other training participants,

or receiving sessions from an experienced facilitator. (We will provide a list.)

Frequently Asked Questions: Trainings

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