I work with Voice dialogue. This is a therapeutic technique used to explore and understand the different aspects of your personality or psyche. The technique was developed by psychologists Hal Stone and Sidra Stone in the 1970s and is based on the idea that we all have different sub-personalities or “selves” that influence our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors.
During a voice dialogue session, the therapist guides the client through a series of exercises designed to identify and explore these different selves. The client is encouraged to speak from the perspective of each self and to explore the feelings, beliefs, and motivations associated with each one. The therapist or coach may also ask questions and provide feedback to help the client gain a deeper understanding of their psyche.
Some examples of selves that may be explored during a voice dialogue session include the inner critic, the inner child, the caretaker, the achiever, and the rebel. By understanding and integrating these different selves, clients can gain greater self-awareness, self-acceptance, and personal growth.
Voice dialogue is often used to help individuals overcome issues such as anxiety, depression, relationship problems, and low self-esteem. It is a powerful technique that can help clients gain a deeper understanding of themselves and their inner world, leading to greater personal insight, self-acceptance, and positive change.
Voice dialogue provide an opportunity for clients to explore and understand the various parts of themselves in a supportive and non-judgmental environment. This can be particularly helpful for individuals who may be struggling with conflicting thoughts, feelings, or behaviors, and are looking to gain a greater sense of self-awareness and acceptance.