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Mindful Journaling

£10.00
Concessionary Fee: £10.00
Start Date

Fri 12 Nov 2021

Duration

4 weeks

£10.00
Concessionary Fee: £10.00
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Course content

  • 1. Identify three ways in which creative journaling can help improve personal well-being.
  • 2. List at least five areas or subjects that they want to record in their journal.
  • 3. Demonstrate at least three different journaling techniques.
  • 4. Start your own personal journal, creating pages to record their own events, personal goals and achievements.
  • 5. Identify three differences between journaling and keeping a diary or planner.

Description

Journaling is a way of making a permanent record of the good things in life, significant events, your feelings, and your progress towards personal goals. Journaling is a form of mindfulness practice and one of the most powerful tools known to gain personal insight, solve problems and explore new ideas without the pressure to make it look good or make sense to others. There are no rules! You can write, draw, use collage, add photos, anything goes. The aim of this course is to help you start on your own journaling journey by enabling you to develop an understanding of how journaling can benefit you, getting you started with journaling ideas, page layouts and techniques

Course content:

Over the course of six sessions learners will develop an understanding of how journaling can help improve and maintain personal well-being, through providing tools for identifying and encouraging healthy habits, setting goals and monitoring progress towards them, taking notice of the things they are grateful for and helping to address issues like stress and anxiety, amongst other things

As well as gaining a theoretical understanding, learners will start to develop a journal of their own, trying out different page layouts and techniques to help them create a journal that works for them. Learners will also be encouraged to develop the journaling habit by using their journal daily throughout the course.

Requirements

  • None other than an interest in developing a personal journal as a tool for well-being.

What do I need to do this course?

Access to the Internet and use of a laptop or tablet and use of Zoom. The ability to send an email and search for information on the internet. Be able to attend the online session each week.

Teaching Methods

  • This online course will involve discussion, demonstrations, and practical activities that you can carry out both during and between the ‘live’ on-line sessions.


    How is your progress checked?

    Self-assessment. Q&Q

    What can I do after this course?

    Have a look at our other wellbeing courses, Managing Stress and Anxiety, Mindfulness, or our other Creative Craft courses.


£10.00
Concessionary Fee: £10.00

Course details

  • Tutor: Barbara Hancock
  • Time: 1000-1200
  • Provision: CL
  • Term: Autumn
  • Location: Online Class
  • Full fee: £10.00
  • Concessionary fee: £10.00

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