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Reflective and Expressive Journaling (Part Three)

  • Thursday, February 29, 2024
  • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Virtual


  • For members of the Bellville School District and New Jersey graduate students. Please see your supervisor or advisor for the code.

    Registration is open through 5/10/2023

    Registration is open through 2/29/2024
  • This is a FREE training. Donations are recommended but not required.

    Registration is open through 2/29/24
  • Registration is open through 2/29/24

Registration is closed

Professional Development Training Institute Presents: 

Reflective and Expressive Journaling:

a 3 part series


Kay Kamienski

This course focuses on the scientific findings behind journaling as a form of narrative therapy. In part three we will focus on the reflective piece of journaling. We will use a combination of different exercises and prompts to help students identify the personal strengths, values, opportunities for growth, and process traumatic events. 

Objectives for all three parts:

  • Identify the key benefits of journaling, its different forms, barriers, and how to obtain buy-in 
  • Understand multiple journaling styles with their strengths and weaknesses
  • Be able to understand how to use journaling as a reflective and therapeutic process


Kay Kamienski, MA holds a master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Denver. She also has a life-long passion for the learning and therapeutic benefits of journaling, which began as a young girl. She is a former teacher in the Denver Public Schools and workshop presenter. She incorporates cognitive approaches to learning with experiential-based learning that support the mental health of the students and helps make learning a more motivating and meaningful experience. 

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