Introduction to Voice Dialogue with Bridgit Dengel Gaspard, LCSW
Voice dialogue is a direct-action technique that melts emotional, financial, creative, personal and professional blocks. It was originally developed in the late 1970’s by psychologists, Sidra and Hal Stone and is based on the premise that our healthy personality consists of a family of internal Selves or Sub-personalities. The core of the work is the transformational experience of meeting parts of ourselves in a structured way and dialoguing in facilitated sessions. This approach gives the Sub-Personality a voice without interference, allowing it to safely speak from the heart.
Bridgit Dengel Gaspard, LCSW, is founder of NY Voice Dialogue Institute and NYC Inner Voice Dialogue Center. She received her MSW from Columbia University and is a Master Facilitator/Trainer of Voice Dialogue, a unique gateway to breakthroughs. She has presented to Omega Institute, the Open Center, NYU Behavioral Health Center, NASW Addiction Institute, NYC Chapter of the International Coach Federation, and Columbia Univ. School of Social Work Alumni Assn. Bridgit helps clients with creative blocks, relationship issues, depression, anxiety and substance dependence. She contributed a chapter to The Voice Dialogue Anthology, "The Final Eighth: The Art of Finishing," which she is developing into a book that focuses on the particular dilemma of being in sight of the finishing line and not being able to cross into victory.
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