Therapeutic Journaling: Making Sense of My Life

Therapeutic Journaling: Making Sense of My Life

by Priscilla Andrea Sobremonte


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Therapeutic Journaling: Making Sense of My Life is unique as it guides the reader/writer to document their life experiences and journey.

The purpose of therapeutic journaling is for the user (you) to look (explore) objectively at your life experiences that have impacted the creation and growth of your emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual uniqueness. The questions help guide you in a fact-finding direction to aid you in a systematic process to look at where you have been.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781546234319
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 04/20/2018
Pages: 286
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Priscilla Andrea Sobremonte is the youngest daughter of Ana Cleto and Andrea Sobremonte, and baby sister to Erlinda Sobremonte-Mendoza. Priscilla graduated from California State University, Stanislaus, with her Masters degree in social work in May 1997. Working on Doctorial Degree in Organizational Leadership Grand Canyon University. Her area of interest is primarily in educating people on the importance of being sensitive to others, especially children. She strongly believes that the way to empower others is by encouraging the individualization process and helping children develop positive self-esteem, self-awareness, and self-confidence.

She has worked with children who have been traumatized and/or have suffered emotional pain. She has worked in the prison system, where many wounded adult children end up. This group can be referred to as treatment failures or societys neglected ones. She was also employed in a county mental health setting, working with children and adolescents in Hospice (the most humane job of all).

Let the children flourish with the wonderment they are blessed with.
Let the children propagate their dreams.
Let the children explore their world.
And please, oh please, just love the children for who they arenot what we expect them to be.

Priscilla Andrea Sobremonte, January 31, 1997

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