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Writing Therapy

Writing therapy has been defined as “client expressive and reflective writing, whether self-generated or suggested by a therapist/researcher” (Wright & Chung, 2001). Writing about traumatic, stressful, or emotional events has been demonstrated to result in improvements in both physical health and psychological well-being in clinical and non-clinical populations (Baikie & Wilhelm, 2005). Specifically, writing therapy has been investigated as a treatment intervention for conditions such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, and bereavement. Read more
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