Talking to Our Selves with Hal Stone, Ph.D. & Sidra Winkelman Stone, Ph.D.

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A husband-wife team, Hal Stone, Ph.D. & Sidra Winkelman Stone, Ph.D. have together developed "Voice Dialogue," a powerful and innovative approach to recognizing and integrating the many sub-personalities that exist within each of us. In this conversation they talk about our primary selves and disowned selves, especially with reference to relationship, bonding patterns, and how we can use "Voice Dialogue," as a tool for self-transformation either by itself or in tandem with other methods and techniques. For all those seeking to know themselves more completely, the Stones have much to offer.


Sidra & Hal Stone have taught together, both nationally and internationally on the subjects of Voice Dialogue, relationship and the selves, and the psychology of the aware ego.

They are the authors of:

  • Embracing Our Selves (New World Library 1989)
  • Embracing Your Inner Critic (HarperSanFrancisco 1993)
  • Partnering: A New Kind of Relationship, How to Love Each Other Without Losing Yourselves (New World Library 2000)

To find out more information about the work of Sidra and Hal Stone go to

Topics Explored in This Dialogue

  • What is the ego self
  • What is the difference between co-dependence and bonding
  • Why enlightenment can hold you back
  • How the unconscious becomes an inner teacher
  • What is the aware ego
Host: Michael Toms                Interview Date: 1/11/1990                Program Number: 2171