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Reflective and Expressive Journaling (Part Two)

  • Thursday, January 25, 2024
  • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Virtual


  • Registration is open through 1/25/2024
  • This is a FREE training. Donations are recommended but not required.

    Registration is open through 1/25/24
  • Registration is open through 1/25/24

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Professional Development Training Institute Presents: 

Reflective and Expressive Journaling:

a 3 part series


Kay Kamienski

This course focuses on the scientific findings behind journaling as a form of narrative therapy. In part two we will go deeper, learning different journaling modalities for all learners and each one's key benefits. We will build upon what we learned in part one to use journaling for problem solving and goal setting. 

Objectives for all three parts:

  • Identify the key benefits of journaling, its different forms, barriers, and how to obtain buy-in 
  • Understand multiple journaling styles with their strengths and weaknesses
  • Be able to understand how to use journaling as a reflective and therapeutic process


Kay Kamienski, MA holds a master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Denver. She also has a life-long passion for the learning and therapeutic benefits of journaling, which began as a young girl. She is a former teacher in the Denver Public Schools and workshop presenter. She incorporates cognitive approaches to learning with experiential-based learning that support the mental health of the students and helps make learning a more motivating and meaningful experience. 

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