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It can bring clarity
to the search for
meaning and purpose
in your life.

Diane speaks with Voice Of America:

And with CHED Talk Radio out of Edmonton, ON:

Testimonials:

“We psychotherapists hear so much now about the importance of ‘integration’: body and mind, right brain and left brain, implicit memory and explicit memory, limbic system and neocortex, hope and dread. Write for Recovery is all about integration. The prompts bring new awareness to the interplay between thoughts and feelings, to how we have implicitly made sense of our past experience, and to what we hope for the future.”

—dr. mark winitsky, psychoanalyst, westwood, california

“Amazing exercises make free-flow recovery writing not only possible but beautiful and rich.”

—kitty mak, attorney, los angeles

“I’m always excited by creative new approaches to theraputic writing, which your program clearly is.”

—dr. james pennebaker, professor, university of texas at austin

“Write For Recovery provides a unique and creative means to understand and cope with the feelings and emotions that are a basic part of therapy. These exercises engage the imagination and make writing fun while fulfilling an essential role in the recovery process. I personally enjoyed do- ing some of the exercises and applied it to my own work in music therapy. I think other recovery professionals will find Write For Recovery a very effective tool in their programs. This is a series of exercises that really work.”

—tony fried, music therapist, 180 treatment center