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I'm interested in the journal therapy course, specifically for working with cancer patients. Is this an appropriate course? If so, does it include ideas or suggestions for how to structure classes and workshops?

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Asked by Kamala Thursday Jun 2nd 2011 in Online Courses
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Another question: I'd like a little more information about the journal therapy course. I have experience structuring classes so itâs not my main concern. And Iâm quite sure I will enjoy taking the program. But I want to be sure the curriculum would be relevant to a population dealing with a life-threatening disease.

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I think that the Journal Therapy course is a good match for you. The course does not specifically teach you how to teach someone to journal, but that does not mean you cannot use what you learn to teach journaling to others.

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