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Martha-Lou CohenMartha-Lou Wolff Director, has studied with Hal and Sidra Stone since 1984, is on their senior staff and in its beginning was responsible for responding to dreams on the their web site Dream Room. From 1990 to 1995 she created and was director of the Mountain Oaks Voice Dialogue Center in Idyllwild, CA. Currently she travels extensively throughout the US, Canada and Europe assisting in the creation of Voice Dialogue centers and networks where she offers training to the senior staff. Martha-Lou has a graduate degree in Anthropology from University of California, Los Angeles and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. She has experience surviving cancer, divorce, and the death of a brother and a son. Zen Buddhism, Alanon, Aikido and Native American spiritually are important in her life.
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“Dr. Wolff's visit to your area is an excellent opportunity to discover the mastery of intentional choice through the use of Voice Dialogue and the Psychology of the Selves. We encourage you to take advantage of her seminars and sessions. We know that you will find working with her rewarding, important to your personal process and in the development of your expertise.”

Drs. Hal and Sidra Stone


“In meditation, one encounters a vast array of thoughts, feelings and sensations. The tendency is to identify with that which is comfortable and reject what is uncomfortable. Voice Dialogue is a skillful tool for dissolving these polarities, and helping to reveal one's inherent all-inclusive spaciousness. Martha-Lou's warmth, breadth, and many years as a Zen practitioner, and Voice Dialogue facilitator, give her a unique ability to assist others in uncovering their innate wholeness. ”

Nicolee Jikyo Miller-McMahon, Zen Sensei


"We marvel at Martha-Lou's ability to put our themes into relavant perspective for us. With her we become aware of the shifts in our ways of connecting. This brings to the surface what's going on unconsicously. Tension is relieved and our relationship is becoming more rich and meaningful."

Rudolf Baumann, Project Manager and Martha Hauser, Physical Therapist, Lucerne, Switzerland