Kay Adams

Pioneering the Next 30 Years of Journal Therapy

Kay Adams on JournalTalkSpeaking with Kay Adams is always a treat, and offers the proverbial smorgasbord of lively topics under the umbrella of journal-writing for health and happiness!

Kay is author to numerous books on journaling, in addition to being the editor of the ten-volume series, It’s Easy to W.R.I.T.E.! Her Center for Journal Therapy was a sponsor for the 30-Day Digital Journaling Challenge, and Kay is also my co-author to this published paper which details the results of before-and-after surveys taken by the first 1,500 participants of that same challenge.

In this episode, you’ll learn about Kay’s recent journaling retreat in Ireland, and her upcoming Journal Conference celebrating the 30-year anniversary of her work in journal therapy. We also reveal some of the most interesting, surprising findings from the 30-day digital journaling challenge. Kay also provides a teaser for her forthcoming workbook, Your Brain on Ink, combining journal-writing and neuroplasticity, co-authored with Deborah Ross, a previous JournalTalk guest. (JournalTalk, Episode #71, March 22, 2016)

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One thought on “Pioneering the Next 30 Years of Journal Therapy

  1. jamesglenora

    I thought that this page was interesting. It shows some amazing examples of what you can do with journalling. It examines the possibilities keeping a journal for what ever purpose you decide is fitting in your journal needs and things to take it further. Even a paper was printed listing the results that were compiled from the first set of people who participated in the journalling challenge that was mentioned in the piece.


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