Who We Are | The Team

John Kent

John KentBorn in London, John has lived and worked as a communication trainer, seminar leader and facilitator in Europe, Africa, Asia, South America and USA. He has over 30 years experience in developing and delivering intensive seminars that help participants improve both intra-personal and interpersonal communication. He has worked with corporate, academic, medical and scientific organizations as well as many private clients.

John has studied Voice Dialogue with its creators, Drs. Hal and Sidra Stone in the USA and Europe. From 1991 to 1995 he co-founded the Voice Dialogue Centre of Tucson, Arizona and taught Voice Dialogue in San Francisco.

He is now based in London where he conducts Voice Dialogue workshops and private sessions with individuals and couples face-to-face and via skype. Contact John

Michael Zimmerman

Michael ZimmermanMichael graduated in economics and managed an import/export business for 10 years before beginning his own personal journey by re-training in massage.

In 20 years as an acupressure practitioner he has worked in private practice, in hospices and in financial corporations. Since 1998 he has lead professional acupressure trainings and business skills workshops across the UK and Europe and has been a regular speaker at health & wellbeing events.

He began his Voice Dialogue training in 2004 and has since studied with Drs. Hal and Sidra Stone in California. He co-presents Voice Dialogue UK workshops with John and facilitates clients in Central London. Contact Michael 

Tuesday, 08 August 2017
Paradigm Shift
In a previous blog, Beyond the Selves, I likened our many selves to the rainbow of colours formed when pure light is refracted through a prism; the characters in a movie appearing on a TV or computer screen; or the waves dancing on the surface of the ocean. I suggested that the practice of Voice Dialogue, and the consequent development of an Aware Ego Process, naturally leads us to a deeper enquiry into the nature of the metaphorical light, screen or ocean. In other words, to the source of the selves. It is an enquiry that challenges our most basic assumptions about who we really are.Until Aristotle proved empirically that the earth was a sphere around 330BC, people believed that the earth was flat. It "made sense". If you walked or sailed far enough you would "of course" come to the edge. more >>