Please keep in mind that while journaling is often considered a therapeutic practice, it is not therapy.
There are times when journaling may surface difficult, challenging or upsetting thoughts, memories and emotions. If this happens, you can pause and take a moment, capture how you’re feeling in your journal, move on to another prompt or return to journaling at another time.
While I share journaling and self-care prompts, tips and resources, I am never giving therapeutic or medical advice.
The content shared on this website, my social media platforms, in my newsletters and any linked materials are not intended and should not be construed as medical advice or therapy.
The information I share across all my platforms and within my products is for informational purposes only and is not intended to substitute professional medical advice, diagnoses, or treatment.
Always seek advice from any qualified healthcare professional you are working with before undertaking a new therapeutic practice.
If you feel you need help with your mental health and well-being, please reach out to an organisation and consider finding an appropriately licensed/qualified professional or healthcare worker to support you.
Here is a list of mental health resources for your convenience.
Remember, journaling is a personal practice so do what works for you.
However, do not disregard medical advice or delay seeking medical advice because of any information I share across my platforms and within my products. Do not start or stop any medications without speaking to your medical or mental health provider.
Please use judgment and conduct due diligence before taking any action or implementing any practice or tips suggested or recommended within the information I share across my platforms and within my products.
The most important thing is to take care of yourself.