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Introduction to Voice Dialogue Edmonton


Murray Armstrong, M.S.W., R.S.W., Clinical Member of A.A.M.F.T. and Donna Armstrong, B.Ed.Hello. We are delighted and grateful that you are exploring the world of Voice Dialogue. Like you, we are ‘seekers’. Our want to explore the mysteries of our unconscious, our dreams, and our relationship brought us to Drs. Hal and Sidra Stone’s Voice Dialogue and the Aware Ego Process. Although we will continue to ‘seek’, coming across Voice Dialogue has been like coming home for us. Both of us had a lot of knowledge but there were many times we still felt stuck in the same old patterns. Voice Dialogue has given us a process that has taken us to a breadth and depth of personal and relational understanding that we couldn’t have imagined. So it is with excited caution that we encourage you to continue your exploration of the agony and the ecstasy of your humanness through the Voice Dialogue method. Our wish is that our website can contribute in some small way to your journey.

Murray Armstrong, M.S.W., R.S.W., Clinical Member of A.A.M.F.T.

Murray has been a Clinical Social Worker for over 30 years. He has worked in Child Guidance, Mental Health, Social Service, and Private Practice. In his Private Practice he does Family, Marital, Individual, and Group Therapy as well as Training and Supervision. Murray has focused his learning on leading-edge approaches such as Hakomi techniques, Family Re-construction, Shadow Work, Carpet Work, EMDR, Tapas Accupressure Technique, Individualized Energy Psychotherapy and Voice Dialogue.

Murray has been using Voice Dialogue in his clinical practice since 1995. He has taken extensive training from the founders of Voice Dialogue, Drs. Hal and Sidra Stone, as well as other senior practitioners of Voice Dialogue. Of all the experiential approaches Murray has learned, Voice Dialogue has been the most effective both for himself and his clients. This has motivated Murray to establish Voice Dialogue Edmonton in order to teach the power of this tool.

Donna Armstrong, B.Ed.

Donna has always been a “gatekeeper” where people have been naturally attracted to her innate wisdom and perceptiveness. When Donna had to give up her teaching career due to chronic illness, she was drawn to Voice Dialogue as a tool to help her learn to manage chronic pain.

Donna has been using Voice Dialogue since 1995. Voice Dialogue has aided Donna personally and led her into another career professionally. She has completed extensive training in Voice Dialogue with Hal and Sidra Stone. She is presently co-teaching with her husband, Murray, and has a Private Practice in Voice Dialogue facilitation. Donna is excited about sharing Voice Dialogue with you as it has brought so much to her life.

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