Voice Dialogue Europe - Site of the European Voice Dialogue Facilitators

content: Martha-Lou Wolff

Berkeley, CA
Berkeley CA
- Ne -

+1 310-980-7276


Offers facilitations in:
Voice Dialogue

Current practice in Voice Dialogue: full-time Infosporadic: offering VD-sessions sporadicly besides another profession and/or other methods

part-time: offering VD-sessions regulary, but beside other methods and/or another profession

full-time: offering VD-sessions regulary and for the most part of practice / profession

Language(s): English

'We are pleased to recommend Martha-Lou Wolff as a teacher of our our work that encompasses Voice Dialogue, the Psychology of Selves and the Psychology of the Aware Ego. She joined our staff in 1985 to teach with us in Europe at that time. Since 1998 she has been returning to Europe twice a year on her own and has begun having Retreats in Switzerland with Catherine Keir since 2014. Currently Martha Lou and Catherine are looking to expand their program and thus be able to bring a greater in depth sense of the work to a larger number of people."

Hal Stone, PhD and Sidra Stone, PhD

Basic trainings at Voice Dialogue
TitleWhereWhenHours / DaysTeacher(s)
Voice Dialogue TrainingSherman Oaks, CA USA02/1985 - 08-19866 hours a week/ three ays a weekHal Stone, PhD
Voice Dialogue Summer KampSherman Oaks and Philo, CA USA1987 - 1994one week - two weeksHal Stone, PhD and Sidra Stone, PhD
Voice Dialogue Summer KampEurope1985 - 20056 daysHal Stone, PhD and Sidra Stone, PhD
Voic Diaogue IntensiveAlbion, USA1995 - 20066 daysHal Stone, PhD and Sidra Stone, PhD
Continuing education at Voice Dialogue*
TitleWhereWhenHours / DaysTeacher(s)
Summer Kamp USA1987 - 1994one week - two weeksHal Stone, PhD and Sidra Stone, PhD

* The most recent formations

Key aspects and professional context
Key aspects of facilitation at Voice Dialogue
Aware Ego Process
Dream explorations
Relationsip dynamics
Energetics of selves
History of selves

professional context
My university education began in Anthropology giving me a broad cross cultural perspective and an opportunity to be less identified with my culture of origin. In the process of working on my PhD I was a clinical psychologist in a mental health clinic for three years. In the 1980's I studied Zen Buddhism and at that time I was active in Al-Anon. For over thirty years I have participated in Native American ceremony.

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