Beth Jacobs’ 35 years as a writer and a practicing clinical psychologist have been condensed into this course on Writing for Emotional Balance. Writing is not just a way to vent feelings; writing is a tool of psychological skill and development. This course will give you a self-guided format for therapeutic insight and actual change.
Writing for Emotional Balance is a twelve lesson structured immersion in ideas, teaching materials, and writing exercises that help emotional life feel more manageable, comfortable and rich. Emotions are an organic reality of being human; emotional fluency and flexibility are a core of well-being, and these are what you will gain in this course.
The course is structured around 12 lessons which introduce sequential processes of emotional balance by offering: brief descriptions of an emotional balance principle, an illustrating writing exercise, and follow-up ideas. The lessons are easy but use a variety of writing techniques to incorporate real emotional skills. Each lesson also has topics that include written and audio material, reflective journaling prompts, inspirational quotes and tips, and the availability of the author for questions about the process.
Writing for Emotional Balance is a rich assortment of resources that actively demonstrate how personal writing can be a vehicle, not just a reflection, of personal development.
This is a self-study course and does not have a specific start date and you have immediate access to the course at the time of purchase.
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