Below is the response of some people who attended my most recent workshop.
Justin came to Australia from Congo as a refugee and had experienced many traumatic events, including losing his parents and having to flee with his brothers to safety from his war-torn country. Tia is a university student, she had experienced stress within relationships previously and was discovering herself as a person. This was their response to the writing therapy workshop.
Justin, Journalism Student
“I was expecting some sort of writing but what about exactly I had no idea. I didn’t know what to expect, it surprised me how easy it was to discover my emotions that I thought were not there. I was surprised with the things I was discovering as I was writing them.
Writing a letter to someone I found that challenging but I felt so good at the end.
I felt released, it helped me let me go of a lot of emotions I had. I felt positive after the workshop. I would definitely do more writing therapy. I think we should all do writing therapy workshops because it can definitely help a lot of people out there.”
Tia, Business Student
“I honestly didn’t know what to expect. My experience with the workshop was not what I expected. I have never heard of writing therapy and what it does to you. I didn’t expect writing therapy to be some form of remedy.
The part of the workshop I enjoyed the most was where I had to write descriptions of myself as a young child, a teenager and myself in the present. It made me feel overwhelmed but in a good way. I could see how far I have come over the years, and how matured I’ve become as an adult.
The part that was the most challenging was writing a letter to an old friend with whom there was an issue. Doing this I remembered past memories and conflict. I felt very relieved after my experience with writing therapy. It made me understand where I currently am in life.
Before writing therapy, I had been feeling anxious about something that has been in the back of my mind for a very long time. After my experience with the therapy, I felt a sense of relief and less pressure on myself. I felt a lot more positive about myself, because I could finally face what I had been thinking about inside my mind.
I would 100% recommend writing therapy to other people!”
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