The Creative Journal: The Art of Finding Yourself

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New Page Books, Nov 1, 2001 - Self-Help - 201 pages
3 Reviews
A recognized classic in the field of art therapy and creativity, this book is a perfect guide to discovering and releasing your inner potential through writing and drawing. It contains over 50 writing and drawing exercises to help you find and love one's self, get in touch with ones' feelings, and dreams. It will also show you how to: * Play with new media of expression (color, images, symbols) * Sort out the seemingly random experiences in your life. * Deal with creative blocks to get a clearer picture of your potential and how to use it. * Define and implement changes. * Enrich your relationship with yourself and others Written for both novice and veteran journal keeper, as well as group leaders and counselors, it is a visually stunning book illustrated by the author, her students and clients.

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User Review  - CozyLover - LibraryThing

As a perpetual journal keeper I am always in the lookout for books which will prompt me into deeper exploration of self. The Creative Journal is such a book. The journal exercises detailed within the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Vicki - Goodreads

This great book helped me find myself through writing with therapy and creativity. It helped removed writer's block which was a huge problem for me. Read full review

About the author (2001)

Bobbe Tyler is a nonfiction writer and retired communications coordinator who worked for several corporations including Lucasfilm, Ltd. and the Times Mirror Company. She lives in California.

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