Guided journals can be a not-so-overwhelming place to begin building journaling habits and learning what works for you.
Tips on choosing a journaling app that is simple, pleasant, and effective.
Starting a journaling practice can be extremely beneficial to maintain your mental health and well-being. There are several different types of journaling practices that you can choose from to get started.
More than a diary-like, surface-level account of one’s day or week, therapeutic journaling is a deep, internal process in which people express their emotions, reactions, and perceptions.
Writing therapy, or “expressive writing,” is a form of expressive therapy in which clients are encouraged to write about their thoughts and feelings—particularly those related to traumatic events or pressing concerns—to reap benefits such as reduced stress and improved physical health.
Bibliotherapy is a creative arts therapy that uses literature and reading to assist individuals facing personal challenges and promote mental well-being.
Art therapy is a form of expressive therapy that uses painting, drawing, sculpting, and other visual art forms to treat psychological, medical, or developmental conditions.