Throughout her years working as a therapist, Sharon has always encouraged the use of writing as a means of emotional self-exploration and expression. Many clients find that putting pen to paper in the form of reflective journaling or creative writing can serve as a very powerful emotional outlet in its own right, as well as helping to reinforce more positive thoughts and behaviours arising from the work undertaken in counselling or psychotherapy.
Sharon has provided training to fellow practitioners on some of the ways in which writing therapy can be of potential benefit to their clients. Similarly, bibliotherapy, where selected reading material is used for therapeutic purposes, is another approach which Sharon sometimes uses in her practice.
For further information about writing therapy please don’t hesitate to get in touch with Sharon for an informal chat by phone or email. Alternatively, you might perhaps find it useful to take a look at the following articles that Sharon has previously had published by Counselling Directory.
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