Participants of this eCourse should be ready to journal, but they should also be prepared to learn, explore, and reflect on their grief and grief-related experiences.
Participants will be provided with 30 days worth of journaling prompts. Though journaling prompts are simple by nature, those included in this course have been designed around psychological perspectives, coping technics, and themes common to the grief experience. For 15 out of the 30 days, journaling prompts will be accompanied by comprehensive lessons.
General concepts covered in this course include: Grief 101; Managing difficult emotions while writing/journaling; Continuing bonds; Guilt and regret; Forgiveness; Loneliness and isolation; Gratitude
Length of this course: Participants will be provided with 30 days worth of journal prompts. However, this course is self-guided and participants are encouraged to progress through the course at whatever pace feels comfortable.
Who should take this course?
Anyone interested in using journaling as a tool for coping with grief.
Participants should have regular access to a computer with Internet connection.
More about this course…
What’s this course all about?
Journaling can be an amazing coping tool for processing grief related thoughts, emotions, and experiences, but finding the time and motivation to sit down and write can be difficult (especially when you’re grieving). In this grief journaling intensive we will immerse you in the grief journaling process by providing lessons about grief, daily motivation to write, and tips for success.
How does this course work?
This course is self-guided, which means that it is 100% independent and self-paced. Although the intent is for participants to complete one journaling prompt a day, you are free to navigate through the course as quickly or as slowly as you like. Please feel free to leave comments and questions in the discussion area at the bottom of each lesson. You can also send a private message to the course instructor at any time.
What if I’m not a writer?
That’s okay! The only requirement for this course is that you have a desire to explore journaling and the written word as a coping tool for processing, understanding, and expressing your grief.
|Grief Journaling Intensive:|
|Grief Journaling Intensive Guidelines||00:00:00|
|Day One: Getting Started||00:00:00|
|Day Two: Your Loved One||00:00:00|
|Day Three: Grief 101||00:00:00|
|Day Four: Found Poems||00:00:00|
|Day Five: When Writing Hurts||00:00:00|
|Day Six: Dear person who doesn’t get my grief…||00:00:00|
|Day Seven: What would your loved one want?||00:00:00|
|Day Eight: Why write?||00:00:00|
|Day Nine: Moving forward||00:00:00|
|Day Ten: Continuing bonds||00:00:00|
|Day Eleven: Legacy||00:00:00|
|Day Twelve: Guilt and Regret||00:00:00|
|Day Thirteen: Love your regret||00:00:00|
|Day Fourteen: Forgiveness||00:00:00|
|Day Fifteen: Letter from your loved one||00:00:00|
|Day Sixteen: Loneliness and Isolation||00:00:00|
|Day Seventeen: What you’ve missed||00:00:00|
|Day Eighteen: Support Systems||00:00:00|
|Day Nineteen: Six Word Story||00:00:00|
|Day Twenty: Thoughts and Emotions||00:00:00|
|Day Twenty-One: Your choice||00:00:00|
|Day Twenty-Two: Confirmation Bias||00:00:00|
|Day Twenty-Three: Dear Friend||00:00:00|
|Day Twenty-Four: Gratitude||00:00:00|
|Day Twenty-Five: Conceptualizing Progress||00:00:00|
|Day Twenty-Six: Behavioral Activation||00:00:00|
|Day Twenty-Seven: Continuing Bonds Bucket List||00:00:00|
|Day Twenty-Eight: #WouldHaveLovedThis||00:00:00|
|Day Twenty-Nine: All kinds of coping||00:00:00|
|Day Thirty: Your own prompts||00:00:00|
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