NURTURING WELLBEING AND WORKPLACE WELLNESS
Journal writing reduces stress, inspires creativity, enhances productivity, lifts mood, builds resilience,
creates confidence, nurtures self-kindness
Write. Reflect. Reset.
Support the people in your workplace or organisation to look after their wellbeing.
Journal writing is an incredible and supportive tool that helps to deal with stress and return to feeling grounded and clear.
With the 60-80 thousand thoughts we have a day, it’s important that you create regular time for people to pause, clear the clutter from their mind and take action in moving forward.
This unique five-step process will empower people to coach themselves and transform the way they live and work.
Journal With Ingrid
Learn the guided 5-Step process as a stand alone workshop or combine it with ongoing sessions that are tailored to suit the needs of your organisation.
The sessions provide:
- Ongoing support to build both confidence and ongoing benefits from the process
- Regular time to problem solve and prioritise wellbeing
- The opportunity to meaningfully connect as a team
Ingrid is a wonderful presenter and facilitator and her 5-step approach to journal writing allowed participants time to reflect and write while being expertly guided. Our library community found her approach both practical and inspiring. Ingrid’s workshop was very well-paced and participants were engrossed from start to finish! I would highly recommend Ingrid for a unique experience or introduction to journal writing. Thank you!
Bryony Marshall-Radcliffe – Librarian at Whitehorse Manningham Libraries
We had the pleasure of working with Ingrid on our programs for carers. Her journal writing workshops are unique, engaging, and transformational! Ingrid’s simple and practical process is delivered with authenticity and expertise that guided our participants with so much care and empathy. We received incredible feedback from the workshops, which have truly helped to make a difference in people’s lives. Ingrid’s flexibility and professionalism made the whole process easy, streamlined, and perfectly aligned with our vision.
Christina Mastoris – Connection Curator, MOIRA
Ingrid was a delight to work with for our 2021 Victorian Collaborative Mental Health Nursing Conference. Ingrid was very professional in both her ability to transition quickly to an online format and the delivery of her classes. Ingrid’s laid-back approach and vivid personality made all the participants feel welcome and comfortable to express their creative sides through her journaling process. Due to the extreme popularity of these classes, we have already booked Ingrid back in for 2022!
Megan Porter, Programs Events and Communication Officer – University of Melbourne, Centre for Mental Health Nursing