I came to Writing for Wellbeing, which I found warm, encouraging and inspiring. It was lovely to try new ways of writing in such a supportive, inclusive and flexible group. I’ve taken part in lots of Zoom events and this one really stood out. Thank you.

Writing for Wellbeing explores how expressive writing can contribute to health and wellbeing.

Expressive writing has been shown to calm the emotions, still the mind and encourage feelings of wellbeing and compassion, meaning that we become kinder to others, and kinder to ourselves. Developing a regular writing habit in a journal can be a wonderful meditative and mindful start to the day.

In these sessions, we’re not concerned with grammar, perfect sentences and gripping stories. We are interested in the process of writing and how it can help to uncover our motivations, fears, needs, worries, hopes and dreams. There will be plenty of opportunities to have a go, as we look at journalling, free-writing and owning, embracing and telling the story of our lives.

Why Writing for Wellbeing?

Your journal can become a loyal friend and confidante, through life’s ups and downs. Whatever you’re going through, whether joyful or painful, developing a regular writing practice really can make a massive difference to your outlook and wellbeing. 

Tutor: Fiona Mason MA

Fiona is an RD1st/CAW Accredited Life Coach, a member of Lapidus, the Writing for Wellbeing organisation, and a Professional member of NAWE, the National Association of Writers in Education.

Our next Writing for Wellbeing 8-week course Spring 2021. Would you like to join us?

Duration: 1.5 hours per week for 8-weeks.

When: Tuesdays 7 – 8:30 ~ Feb 23 Mar 2, 9, 16 (no session 23rd) 30 Apr 6, 13, 20

Where: Online, using Zoom. And don’t worry if you’re not tech savvy – full instructions will be provided.

Cost: £140

Book your place now!

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