"Who am I?"

The first step in answering this question is to realise that the singular "I" we believe ourselves to be is in fact made up of many different "parts" or "selves"..... or "voices".

Voice Dialogue gives us a simple, safe way of exploring this inner multiplicity. It allows us to see which aspects of our psyche we identify as "me" and those we judge as "other". It helps us create a place to stand between opposing selves in which new choices can arise.

The second step involves inquiring into the nature of the clear, open space in which all the selves appear and with which they are known - in other words, into the nature of consciousness itself.

To find out more about this process we invite you to browse the following:

Free Ebook

Get your free 29 page ebook about Voice Dialogue by Drs Hal and Sidra Stone. Click here

John's Articles

Read about the dance of selves in relationship, the role of the Inner Critic, how to decode dreams, and more.  Click here

Video Gallery

View a series of video interviews with Drs Hal and Sidra Stone and others on various aspects of Voice Dialogue. Click here

Private Sessions

Watch a couple of demonstration videos and book a private session with John or Michael face-to-face or via Skype. Click here


Enrol in one of our workshops and explore the application of Voice Dialogue to everyday life. Click here

Facilitator Training  -  Now Online!

Become a proficient Voice Dialogue facilitator on our intensive training course.  Click here

Voice Dialogue Online E-learning Program

Register for a seven module self-study course that will introduce you to the theory and practical application of Voice Dialogue. Click here.

Forthcoming Events and Workshops

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 'John has done something remarkable: he has written an easy-to-read, easy-to-understand and easy-to-follow guide to working on your issues, resolving problems, understanding and deepening relationships.'

- Martin Pollecoff MSc, CASS, MSc Psych, Chair UKCP

Now available as an ebook.