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Journal Therapy

Journal writing can be a powerful additional tool in the therapeutic process. It is one of the most effective ways to stay in touch with what is going on in the present, to clarify intentions and goals, and to work through difficult emotional issues. Journal Therapy is the purposeful and intentional use of reflective writing to facilitate healing. A trained Journal Therapist provides structure and facilitates self-knowledge by guiding the writing process and offering appropriate journal interventions. Journal Therapy is effective for clients with a wide range of diagnoses and life issues. One of the important tasks for persons in difficulty or transition is to tell their story, and Journal Therapy can provide a safe place to tell even the most painful story.

Source: Kathleen Adams, MA, LPC, Lakewood CO.

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