Journaling about how we feel can be a huge benefit to mental health. In a world where nothing is quite certain and things change quickly, we all need a reliable way to reduce stress, rein in emotions, keep a hold on reality and boost creative thinking.

Regular expressive writing has proven emotional and physical benefits; it is a nurturing process, empowering the writer to express themselves freely so they can develop and grow.

Journal Writing For Beginners

My fascination with journal writing goes back decades but it has been the recent world issues that have brought it more to the fore and in doing so has created a habit that is not only simple, easy to do but deceptively effective in maintaining a balanced physical and mental wellbeing.

Journaling about how we feel can be a huge benefit to mental and physical health. In a world where nothing is quite certain and things change quickly, we all need a reliable way to reduce stress, rein in emotions, keep a hold on reality and boost creative thinking.

Journaling for Beginners Workshop

Regular expressive writing has proven emotional and physical benefits; it is a nurturing process, empowering the writer to express themselves freely so they can develop and grow. In this workshop we will cover the following points in detail so you can feel confident in starting this compelling and extremely effective habit.

  • What is journaling?
  • Specific techniques
  • Proven benefits
  • How to start
  • How to keep going

I look forward in having your company on these workshops that are specifically designed to those who are new to the idea of journal writing and are curious to find out more.

Different Dates Available

Tickets Only £35

In an earlier workshop. these are some of the comment’s participants made:

“I enjoyed learning the different ways of journaling and getting some practical ideas on how I could try it myself in the future.”

“Like many others I have conversations with myself in my head, and this technique took it to paper.”

“What interested me in the first place was that I have tried to journal before but was never really sure if I was doing it “right” or not, so I stopped and started a few times and then gave up.”