The Healing Journal© supports you as you recover from life’s challenges, even trauma. Journaling is one of the best ways to explore emotions and feelings, sort through events and relationships, and strengthen self-awareness and problem-solving. Journaling is a useful tool whether or not used in tandem with professional counseling. Each two-hour module includes in-class writing, and small-group (dyads or triads) and large-group discussion. The course is not designed to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disorder, condition, ailment, illness, sickness, or disease. Professional intervention is encouraged.
- The class is intended for adults 18 years and older. Participants register for the class either through their own interest or referral by their counseling professional. Participants may or may not be skeptical of journaling. The class is appropriate for people who have never journaled as well as people who have moderate journaling experience. Seasoned journalers may want to find ways to expand their current practice. Curiosity and a willingness to look at possibilities are significant prerequisites.
- Class is capped at 20
- Learn journaling techniques and find the one(s) that work best.
- Gain access to inner wisdom and facilitate the emotional healing journey.
- Process strong emotions and painful feelings through journaling.
- Keep journaling confidential, safe, and secure.
- Establish a regular, sustainable journaling practice.
Dates and Times
- Tuesdays: October 15 – November 12
- 1:00-3:00 PM
- Tuition assistance available for current Center clients. Please consult your therapist
- Please bring a journal or notebook and pen to class.
Billie Wade is a lifelong journaler. She believes in the power of words and internal messages. She maintains a daily journaling practice that enhances her personal development and helps her understand and heal from the triggers and effects of depression and anxiety. She designed The Healing Journal© to help participants explore emotional pain and find ways to enhance the healing process through their inner resources. Read more of Billie’s blogs here.