Voice Dialogue is a tool used for inner exploration and healing.
Developed by Hal and Sidra Stone in the 1970s, it explores the various “selves” or inner voices that exist within an individual’s psyche. These inner voices represent different aspects of a person’s personality.
For example, I have the inner critic, perfectionist, people-pleaser,
Voice Dialogue aims to help individuals become more aware of these inner voices and understand how they influence thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. By engaging with and dialoguing with these inner voices, individuals can gain insight, emotional healing, and personal growth. It’s a method often used in psychology and self-help to promote self-awareness and personal development.
– Hannah Arredondo