Say Goodbye to Writer's Block!
Serena Wadhwa Psy.D., LCPC, CADC
Have you experienced a sense of “stuckness” with your writing? Feel like it’s a struggle to move forward even though the desire is there? Then this workshop is for you. We will explore ten “blocks to change” that may be affecting your writing goals. Additionally, several strategies will be reviewed to help “unblock” your path to moving forward. Some blocks explored include fear, procrastination, doubt, writer’s block, and six others. We’ll explore how to use your mind, body, and spirit to manage, reduce, or perhaps eliminate the impact of these blocks.
Week 1: Setting the Scene
This session focuses on a general overview of blocks to change and the specific blocks we’ll be covering. Week one covers two blocks and provides exercises and activities to increase your awareness of how these blocks may be affecting you. Strategies will also be provided to help manage these blocks. Participants will have assignments for the week relating to these blocks/strategies.
Week 2: Blocks 3, 4 and 5
This week will be devoted to three additional blocks to change and the exercises and activities to increase your awareness of how these blocks may be interfering with your writing goals. Additional strategies will be provided as well as assignments for the week.
Week 3: Blocks 6, 7 and 8
We will review and work on the next three blocks to change as well as strategies to attempt at managing, reducing or eliminating these blocks.
Week 4: Blocks 9 and 10 and Final Words
Finally, the last week will cover the remaining blocks to change, related assignments and strategies and questions you may have. We will review the blocks discussed and the tools to dismantle those blocks.
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