Virtual/Instructor-led training

Journaling For Mental Health


In recent years, there has been a growing body of research supporting the use of journaling as a tool for promoting mental health and well-being. Many studies have shown that journaling can be an effective tool for managing stress, anxiety, depression, and other mental health concerns. By writing down our thoughts and feelings, we can gain insight into our emotions, identify patterns and triggers, and develop a greater sense of self-awareness.

This session provides attendees with the knowledge and skills they need to incorporate journaling into their daily lives. 

  • Explore the benefits of journaling for mental health, including stress, anxiety, depression management, and gaining self-awareness and emotional insight through writing.
  • Discover diverse journaling styles and techniques, including gratitude journals and expressive writing, and find the best fit for you to begin journaling.
  • Explore setting intentions and crafting a personalized journaling routine to make it your personal ritual.
  • Discover how journaling can help explore emotions and serve as a powerful outlet for self-expression in a safe space.
  • Explore journaling for self-reflection and personal growth, unlocking its potential as a tool for self-discovery.
  • Discover tips and tricks for making journaling a daily habit.

included in 90-min & Half Day sessions

  1. Discover Your Journaling Style:
    • Explore different journaling styles with hands-on exercises to find the one that resonates with you.
  2. Journaling Ritual Creation:
    • Create your personalized journaling ritual, complete with intentions and daily practices.
  3. Emotional Journaling Journey:
    • Engage in a guided emotional journaling exercise, discovering the power of self-expression.

Medical Disclaimer:

The information presented in this session is for educational purposes only and is not intended to be construed as medical advice. Participants are encouraged to seek professional medical advice before making any significant changes to their diet, exercise routine, or medication regimen.