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5 Healing Journal Prompts for PTSD / CPTSD

Course Info

Skill Level: Anyone

5 Supportive Thoughts to Ponder

5 Journal Prompts

Online & Self-Paced

Unlimited Access Forever

Private Group: Yes

English

FREE

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About Course

The 5 Healing Journal Prompts for PTSD / CPTSD course will explore a new prompt and create something in a journal, notebook or art journal. Journaling does not have to just be writing, it can be any way you wish to express yourself. We will explore various topics that will encourage you to heal through trauma.

If you have a journal, notebook or art journal, might I suggest you dedicate one specifically to healing where you can incorporate this project and other healing activities you do in your life into one supportive book/journal.

 

Before I took this course, I was suffering from severe PTSD. I know that nothing can fix that. This course did help me feel better in the end.

- Steven Roseburg

What You Will Learn & Experience

You will explore yourself and work on healing your PTSD.
How to love your fractures.
Learn how to connect with allies and understand who they are.
You learn to feel a sense of hope.
You will get in touch with expanding your heart.
You will learn to explore gratitude as a healing modality
Experience a healing experience.

As we work through the harder parts of life, we find that we access the even better parts through our healing journey.

Course Materials

Journal / Sketchbook
Pencils / Pen
Any other materials that feel right for you.

Course Instructor

Aunia Kahn

Artist, Author, Photographer & Trauma Researcher

Aunia Kahn is a creative entrepreneur, a mental health and trauma researcher, globally awarded visual artist/photographer, published author, instructor, and inspirational speaker. Her work in trauma research, community projects, and mental health since 2005 was the launching pad for Create for Healing.  She has been invited for consecutive years as a panelist for the Washington University School of Medicine’s MOHOP (Mental Health Outreach Program) and has regularly been a guest lecturer at Southwestern Illinois College, St.Louis Community College and McKendree University. Her work continues by teaching courses, offering free resources, and providing tools to those in need.