Journal Writing Workshop

Diving For Pearls

Are you too much in your head?

Do you ever feel stressed, overwhelmed, frustrated or don’t have enough time for yourself?

Write.  Reflect.  Reset.

Keeping a journal is one of the best ways to look after your wellbeing.

With the 60-80 thousand thoughts you have a day, it’s important that you give yourself regular time to pause and clear the clutter from your mind.

Emotions are a normal part of life and the challenges we face can become our greatest teacher.

Often, the power of journal writing is underestimated until the support of gentle structure is experienced. 

I take the thinking out of how to journal as I guide you step-by-step to take what’s on your mind, self-reflect and find your own answers from within in the most self-empowering way. 

This process helps you to live more mindfully, nurtures self-compassion and will return you to the wonderful feeling of being most you, every time you journal.

Book your live, online journal writing workshop below

The workshop is open to all people, in all locations around the world!

Journal Workshop Times

How you think and feel about yourself and the world around you, impacts all areas of your life.

Journaling is a way of sorting through your own thoughts and emotions, giving yourself the opportunity to come home to you.

When you feel grounded, calm, inspired and clear, you make good decisions for yourself and those around you, sending ripples of love and kindness out into the world.  That’s where true change begins.

Say yes to your wellbeing and come and journal with me!

Gift this workshop to someone you love!

The gift of this $25 Journal Writing Workshop is perfect for people from 17-101 years young!

It includes: 

  • A 75 minute, live, online workshop run by me, a qualified life-coach
  • An overview of the 5-Step journalling process, with questions and prompts
  • 2 weeks of group journalling sessions


Ingrid’s Journaling for workshop was really valuable for me. It gave me a new tool for dealing with stress in a therapeutic and meaningful way. It taught me how to process emotions, get to the root cause of the stress and see the meaning and opportunity in any situation. Her journaling technique has empowered me to move forward with problems much more constructively and quickly than other stress management techniques. I highly recommend doing this workshop and believe everyone can gain a lot from it.

Susan White

Wellbeing Manager

Working with Ingrid online in the comfort of my own home was amazing!  She’s a delight! And even though I have been journaling for some time, the insights I gained along with a new way of writing were surprising! I’m excited to take my journaling to an all new level with the insightful promptings I learnt. I’m grateful for the experience and would recommend the workshop to anyone wanting to allow a deeper unfolding of your time spent with pen and paper.

Jeanette Padilla

Functional Medicine Health Coach

The 5 step journal workshop has enabled me to gain the maximum benefit from journaling. I have done quite a bit of journaling in the past, but I am finding  that  I am gaining much more insight by working through the five steps. Ingrid takes you through the process in an empathetic and helpful manner, thus making it an easy and enjoyable activity. The course has certainly been helpful during this stressful time but I am now making it a part of my daily routine.
Fran Williamson

Happily Retired

I was super excited to attended one of Ingrid’s “Journaling to transform Stress” online workshops, and who wouldn’t want an effective tool to help manage their current unusual circumstances? The group class was small and intimate with time (& privacy) to explore the interactive element of the learning. It was beautifully structured and flowed whilst being an authentic way to connect inwards in the presence of others. The time just zipped by and there was still space for questions and reflections. It really helped with my worrisome thoughts and I am blown away by the aftercare and support too. Highly recommended – don’t miss this one.

Clare MacDonald

Short Course Coordinator