TherapyJournals

Mental Health Journals For Life's Hurts

Grapevine, Texas On Etsy since 2016

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TherapyJournals

Mental Health Journals For Life's Hurts

Grapevine, Texas | 9,956 Sales

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Therapy Journals for Life's Hurts

Hello! I'm Katie, the creator of Therapy Journals. I have struggled with depression and bulimia, and have spent many years in counseling and treatment centers. Journaling is a tool I have used throughout my life during hard times, and I desire to share that resource with others. The purpose of Therapy Journals is to provide encouragement, recognition & love to those who are hurting. Please read my disclaimer located further below before making a purchase.
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HOW TO BUILD-YOUR-OWN THERAPY JOURNAL
1. You start by purchasing the Basic Therapy Journal, which is the most thorough journal in the shop and serves as a foundation for your therapy journal. It includes 34 pages which are applicable regardless of what you may be struggling with. Click the link below for a full description and list of pages:
https://www.etsy.com/listing/265606248/therapy-journal-for-mental-health

2. Then you can customize your journal by purchasing additional topic-specific journals, such as Depression, Eating Disorders, Personality Disorders, Grief, Self-Harm, Skin Picking & more. These journals are organized in the Category section of my shop.
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DISCLAIMER:
I, Katie Rushing, the creator of Therapy Journals, am not a licensed therapist, psychiatrist, nurse, doctor, dietician or mental health worker, nor am I claiming to heal, cure, prevent or treat any medical/emotional/mental conditions.

My shop is designed to provide encouragement, comfort, recognition and love to those who struggle with any type of mental health issue.

PLEASE NOTE: Many mental health illnesses can involve intense/distressing memories and feelings. Journaling may not be suitable for everyone. It is always wise to check with your doctor or therapist before journaling.

Each journal contains different types of pages, none of which are providing medical advice. The different types of pages are:
- Tracking/Logging: These pages are set up as blank charts/tables/spreadsheets for the purpose of tracking certain behaviors, thoughts & emotions.
- Lists: These pages contain comprehensive lists such as emotions, thoughts, activities, etc. and can be used as a reference sheet.
- Guided Journaling: These pages contain questions/prompts for those who enjoy journaling/writing.
- Encouragement: These sheets are designed to encourage, such as “15 ways to love your body,” and are not meant to be received as medical advice.

The reason I created Therapy Journals is because I have spent many years in therapy for Depression, and I have been through intensive residential treatment for Bulimia, and I have developed a strong passion for those who suffer from a mental health illness. Journaling was and is a very helpful tool for me, and I want to share that resource with others.

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  • Katie Rushing

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    Hello! I'm Katie, the creator of Therapy Journals. Journaling is a tool I have used in my life during hard times, and I desire to share that resource with others. My purpose is to encourage, recognize & love those who are hurting.

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Last updated on Dec 6, 2016
Frequently asked questions
Can I request a different size printable?

At this time, I am not able to take requests for different sizes. I currently only sell Standard US Letter Size (8.5 x 11 inches).

Custom and personalized orders

At this time, I am not able to take custom requests, though I am very open to suggestions for new journals!