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Journal to the Self

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with Karol Weigelt, MS, LPC

Sat. Apr. 22 9 am – 9 pm (with ample meal breaks) and Sun. Apr 23, 10 am – 1 pm

(Registration Deadline: Fri. Apr 14)

Cost: $200 ($190 for current Roundtable participants) until Apr 1*
Covers workshop and materials
Additional $25 if requesting CEU’s. (12)

*Add $35 after Apr 1

Do you journal? Have you always intended to record thoughts and feelings but never get around to it? Have you purchased beautiful notebooks that sit empty on the shelf?

In this 12-hour workshop, you will experience and practice the entire ‘toolbox’ of reflective writing techniques made famous by the classic book, Journal to the Self*. Explore your creativity as you develop your unique and authentic self through reflective writing practice.

*The Journal to the Self workshop, based on Kathleen Adams’ book by the same name, is taught by certified instructors only. Karol Weigelt is one of the select few certified to present this workshop.

Red Oak Writing ~ 11709 W. Cleveland Ave, West Allis

Register by mail or online

Info: kim@redoakwriting.com or 414-881-7276

Karol Wiegelt, MS, LPC, is a therapist and spiritual director in the Chicago area. She is a long time journal writer. Karol facilitates monthly dream groups at the Jung Center in Evanston IL, also using journaling and dream work in the therapeutic setting. She serves as adjunct faculty at Loyola University, Institute of Pastoral Studies.

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Writing Your College Application Essay (Online Class)

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GPA’s, AP’s, ACT’s & SAT’s: this is the alphabet soup that will help you get into the college of your dreams, but what about that personal essay? Even the strongest of writers can get hung up on what to write about and how to approach this part of the application.

This online class will take students from idea generation to first draft. Included in the fee is individualized feedback on one essay (up to 650 words or about 2.5 pages double-spaced, 12-pt font).

Fee: $50 (includes 5 online modules and 1 essay critique)

Dates: The class may begin at any time. Students will have access to the online resources for 4 weeks. The essay must be submitted (as a Word Doc or via Googledocs) by the end of the 4th week.                                               No extensions!  Subsequent essays may be submitted at a discounted rate.

To Register: Complete the Registration Form

and send check to Red Oak Writing, PO Box 342, Genesee Depot, WI 53127 

or

use Pay Pal

*The class uses the Haiku Learning platform. Here is a link to their browser requirements. You will also need an up-to-date version of Flashplayer or the equivalent to listen to the podcasts. The platform is straightforward and should be accessible for most every student.

Kim Suhr 2Director of Red Oak Writing, Kim Suhr, is a former high school English teacher who has helped many young people craft college application and scholarship essays that got results. Her students have been accepted to schools such as Macalester, Duke, and Cal Poly Pamona, to name a few.

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