Writing for well-being workshop for self-development held in a beautiful setting in the New Forest
Want to find out more about yourself through your writing?
Enjoy time out with simple guided-writing exercises created to promote reflection, increased self-awareness and well-being, in a welcoming atmosphere.
Whether seeking new perspectives on difficult issues or wanting to unleash your creative spirit, a developing body of research shows that writing is good for you!
Creative and expressive writing helps calm the mind and increases feelings of well-being. Many people have already discovered the power of literature and creative writing, especially when coping with loss, change, or other life-challenges.
Write your mind experiential workshops are held in a tranquil setting amongst beautiful gardens in Lyndhurst, and are run by counsellor and writing for well-being practitioner Jo Bisseker Barr to promote well-being, leading you through guided writing activities designed to explore yourself and your situations, to develop insight, resilience, and a sense of positive change.
No previous writing experience is needed, only a willingness to explore your creative self and potential in a nurturing and non-judgemental environment. There’s a satisfaction and thrill to creating something through putting words onto a page. You’ll experience that writing can be inspiring and even fun!
With nearly 20 years experience as a BACP accredited psychodynamic counsellor, Jo runs her practice as well as workshops from Lyndhurst. All refreshments, including lunch and home-made cakes are included.
You never have to read aloud anything you have written.
Workshops can also be tailored to suit individual organisations or groups of people. They can be hosted in Lyndhurst, or at your venue.
About the host
With a background in PR, editing and copy-writing and 19 years as a counsellor, Jo has worked with words for much of her life. She also has an English degree and creative writing training.
Further workshop dates are available - see her website: www.writeyourmind.co.uk, email email@example.com or call 07963 592698.