‘Writing for Well-being’

Creative and Expressive Writing Meetups for Empowerment

Creating a Life of Joy and Discovery By Penning Thoughts

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Capturing internal thoughts, feelings, and emotions is a powerful way to become more aware of yourself and others.

Writing therapy or journal therapy offers a safe, private space to document experiences and external events. Reflecting on how you internalise these incidents by writing in a journal can help build confidence and resilience and catapult you into living a more fulfilling and enhanced life.

Reflection and personal discovery

Journal therapy uses writing prompts and insightful exercises to allow you, the writer, to be intentional and reflective.

Learning about yourself carries over to how you interact with others and the external world with many positive benefits.

    • Improve self-awareness and awareness of others
    • Enhance mood, memory and choices in life
    • Expand creative expression
    • Increase short term and long term well-being
    • Discover new ways to enjoy life
    • Overcome emotionally challenging situations
    • Learn how to meditate and live life mindfully
    • Make new friends
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Enhance mood and memory

Therapists widely use therapeutic journalling to support clients with emotional trauma and mental health issues.

Using the therapeutic techniques of journal therapy combined with creative writing as a form of playful expression, alongside the healing benefits, is a powerful technique to enhance mood, memory and positive progression.

Expressing yourself freely and authentically is a way to channel your thoughts, feelings and emotions confidentially.

You don’t have to be an excellent writer to gain benefits from journalling.

The practise is free and anyone can start at any time. Regular writing improves well-being both short term and long term. Whether you’re feeling low, stressed out, have mixed emotions about someone or something or even struggling to manage anxiety.

Creative and Expressive Writing Meetups for Empowerment

‘Writing for Well-being’ is available as face-to-face meetups (in blocks of six), a five-week online Zoom course or coming soon as an online on-demand course.

The face-to-face meetups are available at various community venues in Staffordshire and East Cheshire. Select your venue choice at the time of booking.
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The ‘Writing for Well-being’ topics, exercises and prompts include:

    • ‘Getting Started with Journaling’ – the prerequisite for all ‘Writing for Well-being’ participants
    • Expressive writing
    • Creating the right environment to express yourself
    • Journal feedback
    • Writing to heal
    • Writing letters
    • Capturing the moment
    • Developing lists
    • The science behind journalling
    • Learning how to be mindful
    • Learning how to meditate
    • Identifying perceived limiting beliefs
    • Expanding your inner creativity – your storyteller
    • Online tools to support your writing
    • Safe reflection
    • Dream journalling

How to get started

‘Getting Started with Journaling’ is a prerequisite introductory session for anyone wishing to learn more about the face-to-face community sessions.

Following the initial session, you are more than welcome to say ‘thanks but no thanks’ or join the fortnightly journal meetups to learn new exercises and techniques and share (if you feel called to do so) your writing for well-being friends. *

After ‘Getting Started with Journaling’, the face-to-face meetups are available in blocks of six or 12 or as annual club membership. **

Important information about ‘Writing for Well-being’

*A minimum of six weeks must be paid for in advance.

**Discounts available for six months or annual club memberships paid in advance.

Clause: Our ‘Writing for Well-being’ meetups focus on improving life through journalling and creative, expressive writing. They must not be mistaken for a counselling group or used for sharing severe mental health issues and personal circumstances. In some instances, journalling may uproot deeply held emotions. If areas of concern are anticipated or identified, you will be signposted to a therapist who can effectively support your concerns.