DIANNE BRADEN MA, LICDC
Dianne Braden, MA, LICDC and Jungian Analyst has a 20 year background in languages and addictions treatment. She has a 10 year private practice in analytical psychology, and Voice Dialogue facilitation and more than a decade of individual training with Drs. Hal and Sidra Stone, the originators of Voice Dialogue and the Psychology of Selves.
Dianne maintains her Jungian and Voice Dialogue practices at the NAVD Institute. Trained as an analyst at the C.G Jung Analyst Training Program of Pittsburgh, she is a senior analyst in the Inter-regional Society of Jungian Analysts (IRSJA) an Associate member of the International Association of Analytical Psychology (IAAP) and a member and Local Board member of Jung Cleveland. She has served as visiting faculty in the Pittsburgh Training Seminar, and presented original Jungian papers in Cleveland, New York and Kansas to both Jungian and psychoanalytic groups. She is independently licensed in chemical dependency counseling (LICDC) and holds a graduate degree in languages. These qualifications led her easily to the symbolic realms of analysis. Her passion for working with dreams characterizes her analytic work with patients, as well as a sensitivity to working with trauma victims. The addition of her work in Voice Dialogue and its application to relationship issues makes her contribution to the Institute both deep and covering a broad spectrum of issues and populations.
As a past monitor on the Voice Dialogue International “Dream Room” in addition to the many years she has worked privately with Drs. Hal and Sidra Stone, Dianne brings a wealth of depth perspectives to her work in Voice Dialogue and the Psychology of Selves. With her colleagues Iudita Harlan Koslen and Jonah Koslen, Dianne is a co-founder of NAVD, a national Voice Dialogue institute as well as a center for the northeast Ohio area that offers education and experience in the Psychology of Selves and the Aware Ego Process.
Dianne has created a number of programs for Voice Dialogue facilitators and enthusiasts, including a dream workshop geared for Voice Dialogue facilitators to enhance their professional work with dreams. Using actual dream material and fundamental analytic principles for approaching the dream, Dianne offers weekend workshops around the country for facilitators and teachers who want to build and expand their experience and knowledge about the Dream.