Online One-To-One Sessions

ONLINE 1-TO-1 SESSIONS Online 1-to-1

Good news! I am now offering online one-to-one sessions on Zoom. Sessions can be arranged for a mutually convenient time, with times available in daytimes and evenings. Zoom is really easy to use and you can now enjoy a session from the comfort of your own home. Sessions are 90 minutes for only £50.

To arrange an appointment use the contact form on this website, or email Laura at contact@writingforwellbeing.co.uk

One-to-oneThese sessions are tailored to your own individual needs for healing and growth — and creativity! — in complete privacy. For example, you might like activities to:

  • promote increased mindfulness and focus
  • help make choices and changes in your life
  • gain a new perspective
  • work with your own life story
  • use poetry as a path to healing
  • encourage you to feel good about yourself
  • increase self-kindness
  • release stress
  • open up your creativity
  • help you in writing memoirs of the pandemic
  • discuss works in progress to help you find ways forward with your writing

You will be guided through easy and enjoyable writing activities, which we will do together. You never have to read aloud anything you have written, but there will be full opportunity to discuss the results of the activities and your feelings about them.

A personalized 90-minute session includes a discussion of your personal needs and goals.  Our writing will help you release limitations, tap into your ‘inner writer’, and access your own deep wisdom. These activities are tools which you can take away with you and do more of at home as you like.

We can also use the session to open up your creativity — to work with pieces of writing you are already doing or are planning. Many people book 1-to-1 sessions to discuss works in progress. Some people are writing memoirs of the pandemic — either as a personal record or with the intention of publication — and you will find an open and non-judgemental audience in me, with ideas to keep moving forward. Sometimes all you need to go on with a piece of writing is the chance to discuss it and bounce ideas around. And, as I am also a professional editor, if you like I can give some tips to sharpen up your writing, structure, etc.

 

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