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My Invitation

Are you dancing around your emotional pain, trying not to touch it, feel it, or see it?

In this course, I invite you to dedicate yourself to your emotional healing process for a short, concentrated span of time, in a way that is encouraging and enlightening.

Dive Deep!
Expressive Art Journaling

One great way to heal emotional pain is to intently focus on a specific aspect of self that needs to heal for a dedicated period of time.

In this course you will learn how to: 

DECIDE upon the aspect of yourself that most needs to feel loved or safe right now.

DEDICATE yourself to a journal process to deepen into self-love or self-safety.

DEVOTE yourself to a period of time to practice self-love or self-safety.

I invite you to Decide, Dedicate and Devote yourself to your emotional healing process through this free focused writing and art journaling course!

This course demonstrates how to release and heal emotional pain through a focused expressive journaling practice based on an intimate "walk-through" of some of my personal expressive journals.

This course does not offer specific art directives for processing emotional pain. For specific art journal and writing therapy directives see 100 Days of Art Journal Therapy.

For ideas on how to create entire expressive journals dedicated to specific emotional healing themes see 50 Expressive Journal Ideas.

Dive Deep!
Expressive Art Journaling!

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do I have access to the course?

Once you've enrolled, you'll have access to the course material for as long as you need.

I still have a question, how can I contact you?

I'd be happy to answer any questions you might have. Send me an email at shelley@expressiveartworkshops.com

"We can enter our pain with care, clarity, precision, getting to know it from the inside - its fluxing weave and interplay of shape, colour, temperature, texture, directionality, intensity, pressure, location, layering, and so on...

As we become more intimate with our pain, we find that we are less troubled by it. Suffering is, amongst other things, a refusal to develop any intimacy with our pain. In fact, suffering only jails our pain."

~ Robert Masters

Dive Deep!
Expressive Art Journaling