If you could do something simple every day that would improve your mood, increase your positivity, and help relieve stress, would you do it?
You likely answered that question with a resounding “Yes!” Yet, only about 1-in-6 people consider themselves active journalers.
Journaling just 20 or fewer minutes a day provides many research-backed mental health benefits, including:
- Better overall understanding of thoughts, feelings, and actions
- Stress relief
- Improved mood
- Increased positivity
- Emotional regulation
- Reduced anxiety and depression
- Greater clarity
That information makes it seem like a huge loss not to embrace journaling. But, how?
Ikia Young, LPC, MHR, MBA, will review the mental health benefits of journaling and reveal how to embrace the practice in our next webinar.
Join us at 10 a.m. CST Jan. 17 to discuss Embracing Journaling.
- How to embrace the practice of journaling
- Why journaling is helpful for your emotional wellness
- Advice for making journaling a life-long habit
Sign up for the webinar.