Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Who am I-and how many? Using ‘Voice Dialogue' to expand consciousness

Posted on Tuesday, July 31, 2012 by International Coach Federation

Below is the first post of an occasional blog series highlighting the Catalysts and sessions of ICF Global 2012.

Learn and experience a powerful tool to help clients gain a new understanding of what drives their behaviors and emotional reactions.

“Who am I – and how many? Using ‘Voice Dialogue’ to expand consciousness” session at the ICF International Coaching Conference, by Giovanna D’Alessio, MCC and Nadjeschda Taranzcewski, MCC

Giovanna D’Alessio, MCC
We will introduce Voice Dialogue as a powerful tool to assist clients to experience and to integrate different aspects of their inner selves or voices.  Voice Dialogue or The Psychology of Selves invites us to think of “I” or “me” not as one coherent entity but rather as a combination of distinct selves/voices that together make up what we experience as “I” or “me”. Anyone who has ever struggled with making an important decision has first-hand experience of the often confusing dynamic between the different selves, their conflicting positions, needs and aspirations. Often our selves/voices operate in ways that sabotage realizing our full potential. To learn to listen to our selves, understand how they determine the way we see the world, guide our behaviors and influence our decision making creates clarity and expands our choices. Voice Dialogue provides a theoretical framework and methodology for exploring, communicating and working with these many selves. Instead of being driven a limited subset of our Selves, we can learn to choose our response with mindfulness by consulting all of our selves and integrate those parts which we have disowned. Voice Dialogue used in the context of coaching facilitates powerful breakthroughs and shifts in consciousnesses that go beyond learning and developing and represent a true transformational process.
Nadjeschda Taranzcewski, MCC

In this session participants will:

  • The basic principles of Voice Dialogue through explanation and demonstration.
  • Why certain people push their buttons.
  • How to integrate the “disowned” parts of them to become more whole and free.
  • With their selves and experience through playful connection with other participants.
Be inspired…
  • By a groundbreaking and intuitive methodology that can accelerate coaching results.
  • To continue their own learning and development by exploring their own selves.
Giovanna D’Alessio, MCC, and Nadjeschda Taranzcewski, MCC, are Catalysts at ICF Global 2012, October 3-6 in London, UK. Register today!

No Response to "Who am I-and how many? Using ‘Voice Dialogue' to expand consciousness"

Leave A Reply

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.