JournalTalk answers your questions about journaling

Q&A: “What Activities Do I Offer in a Journaling Group?”

JTQA_LogoMari L. McCarthy from Create Write Now joins me as we answer your questions on journal-writing. This week, we were excited to hear from someone who wants to start her own neighborhood journaling group, and asked, “How should I structure the time we spend together journaling?”

Fuel the dialogue! Feel free to write your comments below with more journaling questions. Or, provide your own answers and opinions to this week’s featured question.

For further enrichment, please also reference some of the episodes of JournalTalk listed below which feature experts who provide tips on starting your own journaling group. (JournalTalk Q&A, Episode #3, May 5, 2014)

Related Posts:
Episode #20 – “Journal Magic” with Sue Meyn
Episode #17 – “Journaling After Brain Injury” with Barbara Stahura
Episode #12 – “Turning Journals Into Memoirs” with Joan Leof
Episode #11 – “Journaling in Groups” with Lynda Monk

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Voiceover: Thomas Gerrard

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2 thoughts on “Q&A: “What Activities Do I Offer in a Journaling Group?”

  1. Deborah Woodstuff RN

    I am organizing a retreat for cancer survivors entitled “Awaken Your Spirit”. Making personalized journals and journaling will be offered.
    I was wondering if you have any suggestions on prompts or suggestions for the journals.

    Reply
    1. Nathan Ohren Post author

      Hello Deborah! Yes, I would be glad to help you create empowering and inspiring journal prompts for your special themed retreat. I’ve sent you an email to get in touch with me, and we can discuss this week!

      Reply

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