Personal Transformation Through the Written (Spoken or Sung) Word
Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg. How words change us--whether we write, read, sing, or speak them--in mysterious and miraculous ways. Writing in your journal has the power to transform your life and open up your perspective of the world around you. Hear encouragement and strategies of ways that you can build . . . . More...
Writing Undefended: Finding Your Truths
Roger Housden. The moments you hold closest to your chest are those which hold the keys to your life passion and love. In this telechat we will discuss how we can become more conscious of the deeper truths of our experience and. . . . More...
Speech of My Soul: Journal Writing, Dreams, and Active Imagination
Marlene Schiwy. In the most famous published journal of our time, The Red Book, C. G. Jung wrote, “My dreams are the speech of my soul. Why should I henceforth not love my dreams and not make their riddling images into objects of my daily consideration?” Our dreams are messages from our innermost being. They . . . . More...
From Journal Fragment to Story
Kate Lardner. Journal writing is filled with fragments of your life. What to do with these recorded dreams, scenes, musings, problems, thoughts, secrets? They can become the jumping off point for a creative non-fiction project. Fragments find their story as they are defined . . . . More...
Writing Through Transitions: How Journaling Help you Navigate through Life Changes
Leia Francisco. Life changes—those we seek and those we do not choose—can dramatically alter our roles, beliefs, and relationships, and navigating these transitions usually brings a range of emotions, questions, and up's and down's before we step into the new way of doing things. . . . . More...
Writing Your Family Memoir
Barbara Graham. Our family stories shape how we view the world past, present, and future. By taking a fresh look at our signature stories from childhood, as well as the stories prompted by our adult family relationships, we clear a path toward deeper self-awareness. . . . . More...
Sherry Reiter discusses Beyond Moping, Groping, Hoping, and Coping: The Transformative Power of Journaling. Listen to the recording.
Rachel Ballon discusses Journaling for Happy Endings. Listen to the recording.
John Evans discusses Writing and Wellness. Listen to the recording.
Lavinia Spalding discusses Writing Away: A creative Guide to Awakening the Journal -Writing Traveler. Listen to the recording.
Diana Raab discusses Journaling as a Springboard to a Writer's Life. Listen to the recording.
Beth Jacobs discusses Journaling and Meditation Listen to the recording.
Perie Longo discusses Digging Through Your Journal to Find Poetry's Gold Listen to the recording.
Phyllis Theroux discusses her memoir, The Journal Keeper. Listen to the recording.
Nancy Morgan discusses Writing and Health: What We've Learned. Listen to the recording.
Dr. James W. Pennebaker discusses his new book, The Secret Life of Pronouns: What Our Words Say About Us. Listen to the recording.
Susan De Wardt discusses Beyond Words: Visual Journaling for Self-Expression. Listen to the recording.
Tina Games discusses Journaling Through the Moon Phases. Listen to the recording.
Barbara Stahura discusses Journaling After Brain Injury. Listen to the recording.
Ann Linnea discusses Journaling as the Key to Understanding Your Story. Listen to the recording.
Dana Reynolds discusses The Sacred Life-Artisan's Legacy Journal. Listen to the recording.
Dave Fox discusses Globejotting: How to Write Extraordinary Travel Journals. Listen to the recording.
Christina Baldwin discusses Thoughts on Journaling, Spirituality, and Story. Listen to the recording.
Linda Trichter Metcalf discusses A Proven Method for Expanding Consciousness Through Writing. Listen to the recording.
Gillie Bolton discusses Therapeutic Creative Writing. Listen to the recording.
Judy Reeves discusses If You Want to Write... Listen to the recording.
Sue Meyn discusses Facing Cancer with Your Journal As Companion. Listen to the recording.
Linda Joy Myers discusses From Journaling to Story. Listen to the recording.
Joyce Chapman discusses Notice and Journal! Listen to the recording.
Mark Matousek discusses When You're Falling, Dive! Writing to Save Your Life During the Darkest Times. Listen to the recording.
Samara O'Shea discusses Over Exposed: What to Say in Public and What Should Stay Private. Listen to the recording.
Mary Reynolds Thompson discusses Writing from the Natural World: Accessing Nature's Wisdom through Journaling. Listen to the recording.
Susan Borkin discusses Psychological Journaling: How to Get More Out of Your Journal Than You Ever Thought Possible! Listen to the recording.
Dr. Beth Jacobs discusses The Best Ways to Write about Your Emotions to Best Gain Perspective. Listen to the recording.
Dr. Lucia Capacchione discusses her Creative Journal Method which incorporates drawing, doodling, and non-dominant hand activities into journaling to get to know yourself more deeply. Listen to the recording.
Dr. Eric Maisel explains how to Journal Your Way to Personal Meaning, a step-by-step way to find personal meaning in your life. Listen to the recording.
Sheila Bender discusses her new book A New Theology: Turning to Poetry in a Time of Grief, a memoir about how she worked through her grief when her son, Seth, died. Listen to the recording.
Dr. Gabriele Rico talks about clustering, her years as an English teacher and professor and how she discovered new ways to help people write more fluidly and from depth. Listen to the recording.
Kay Adams leads off our monthly telechats. Kay is the founder and director of The Center for Journal Therapy, the author of Journal To the Self, and the convener of the IAJW Journal Council. Listen to the recording.
This teleseminar offers information about a particular subject:
PenVisioning: If You Can Write it, You Can Do it!" Listen to the one hour recording with Susan Borkin who speaks about how writing can help you gain clarity on our goals. Learn how to use writing to move your life in the right direction. Listen to the recording.