Journal writing is a very accessible way to open up new horizons in your life as well as in personal and professional development and in creative expressive writing.

Journaling in a structured and methodical way can give you a glimpse of who you are and what matters to you and the way forward towards your goals and aspirations.

It can also offer you a glimpse into what Dr Ira Progoff, the author of At a Journal Workshop called “your own transpersonal nature and to experience “knowledge beyond understanding … that comes to us at depth.”

The research of Professors of Psychology, James Pennebaker, University of Texas at Austin and Laura King, University of Missouri have provided evidence that expressive writing both of difficult and positive experiences improves mental and physical health.

Expressive writing or journaling has also been found in the practice and research of Kathleen Adams, Director of the Center for Journal Therapy to be an important resource for clarity and insight, emotional management, stress management and self-directed growth and change which accelerates resolution of difficulties.

Individuals at any stage in their life and career can benefit from Journal Writing particularly in gaining clarity and insights of who they are and what matters to them and in connecting with inner resources to adapt and change.

The Journal to the Self Workshop is an experiential Workshop in which you will be guided through proven journal writing techniques. This can be facilitated as a 1 to 3-hour introductory workshop or as a series of four 3-hour workshops via Zoom or In-Person Workshops. Journal Writing Workshops can also be customised to meet the needs of specific groups such as youths about to enter the workforce, adults in career or life transitions or preparing for retirement.