I have been in private practice in Encino and have been a nationally recognized Voice Dialogue Facilitator and Teacher for over 25 years, presenting at both public and professional workshops. I have trained extensively with Hal Stone, Ph.D., and Sidra Stone, Ph.D., the originators of Voice Dialogue, an internationally acclaimed work. I have served as a staff member assisting them, and I have been endorsed by them to provide trainings to professionals and the general public. In 1991, I founded the Valley Voice Dialogue Center where I teach therapists how to use Voice Dialogue for their own deep personal work and how to use this powerful modality in their own practice. For over two decades, I have have led women’s groups, couples’ groups, Voice Dialogue Training and Therapy groups for therapists, and have provided continuing education trainings for professionals at the Valley Voice Dialogue Center and at numerous Intern training centers as well as SFV-CAMFT, CAMFT, and GPASC, GPALA Conferences.
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If you are interested in learning how Voice Dialogue can enhance your practice and do your own deep personal work, please join me and a dynamic group of therapists who meet twice a month for Voice Dialogue Training Group.
Transform Your Life Through Embodied Active Imagination: Voice Dialogue Zoom Group
Led by: Elaine Rosenson, M.A., LMFT
This time of great uncertainty brings a myriad of emotions. Join our online Zoom community where your voices can be understood and heard.
These groups are designed to assist each member to explore the unconscious and the shadow in the tradition of Carl Jung using a method of active imagination called Voice Dialogue*.
Similar to the Dance of Three, created by Marion Woodman, Ann Skinner and Mary Hamilton in their Body Soul Rhythms® programs, Voice Dialogue also has three aspects of consciousness. The person who is the “Mover” is asked to embody and give voice to any and all aspects of the mind/body/soul that desires expression. This includes images from dreams, waking life, belief systems, protector parts of us and parts of us that are disowned. The facilitator “mirrors” this expression and holds a presence with warm curiosity. The group serves as the Container holding a sacred space as they witness the moment to moment unfolding of the unique experience of self.
In creating, we are created. – Marion Woodman
The interaction of these three aspects of consciousness creates a strong embodied aware ego process which allows a person to integrate the different and often conflicting aspects of self. This integration process promotes individuation and a sense of wholeness, self-acceptance and choice. This is a non-judgmental place to do deep personal work while learning a powerful new approach with clients! You will learn through didactic teaching, experiencing, and dreamwork.
*Voice Dialogue was originated by Dr. Hal Stone, Ph.D., Jungian Analyst, and Sidra Stone, Ph.D.
Prerequisite: Consultation with Elaine
Dates: (These are ongoing groups and one can enter at any time.)
Fee: The payment of $60 per session is payable monthly via Venmo, PayPal or Zelle
For More Information or How to Register: Contact Elaine Rosenson, LMFT at firstname.lastname@example.org or 818-501-3118
“We all knew there was much more to learn from Elaine . . . we could also feel after just a short amount of time, that this was a technique with enormous transformative implications.”
– Mimi Davis, L.M.F.T., in her 2005 GPASC Newsletter Editor’s review of Elaine’s workshop, “Enhance Your Group with Voice Dialogue.”
“I most highly recommend Elaine Rosenson and the Voice Dialogue process to any therapist for personal exploration and for the development of a rich process of psychotherapy compatible with a variety of theoretical orientations.”
– Josie Preston, Ph.D., LCSW
“Elaine Rosenson is a brilliant facilitator and teacher of the Voice Dialogue Process. We very much support her work and are pleased to recommend her programs to the general public as well as professional groups.”
– Hal Stone, Ph.D, and Sidra Stone, Ph.D.