Discover Therapeutic Writing

Therapeutic writing is simple, powerful tool for wellbeing and inspiration.

  • Support your mental and emotional wellbeing
  • Tap into your authentic voice
  • Connect to your deepest intentions and take steps towards them
  • Overcome blocks
  • Develop a journaling practice that will nourish and support you for life
Professional writer Gillian Torres has shared therapeutic writing practices at live workshops for the past seven years, using her self-developed Soul Scripting Process. 

In this Therapeutic Writing Online Course, Gillian personally guides you through the Soul Scripting Process – a sequential series of therapeutic writing exercises and mindfulness practices, designed to facilitate insight and personal transformation – using video tuition, written exercises and guided meditations. 

What's included in the course?

  • A tried and tested process, informed by science 
  • Four therapeutic writing workshops and the theory that underpins them
  • Enough writing exercises, guided meditations, video tuition and links to additional resources, to keep you inspired and exploring for months
  • A powerful journey of self-discovery that will take you somewhere new every time
‘A gentle, beautiful and thought provoking exploration of the psyche, inspiring lots of ideas and a massive boost to creativity.’
Caroline
Screenwriter
'I really enjoyed my time with Gillian. I feel I am going to learn a lot about myself over the next few months, applying the techniques she has taught me. It's going to change my life!'
Amanda
Office worker

Soul Scripting is a therapeutic writing process and a mindfulness practice, suitable for all levels of ability and experience. 

The four workshops within this course, are designed lead you on an illuminating and nourishing journey of self-discovery.

Gain a toolbox full of therapeutic writing techniques you can draw from at any time. Use it to feel grounded, gain clarity, process life experiences, develop a deep connection to your intuition and stay creatively inspired.

This personal, private practice, is perfect for complete beginners. It’s also a fantastic creative tool for professional writers and creative teams

Still got questions? Visit the Soul Scripting FAQs page.

'Soul Scripting is a beautiful practice that gives some structure to the free writing process. Each stage of the framework takes you a little bit deeper into yourself - it's basically akin to a guided meditation but on paper! Throughout the process Gillian is there as a facilitator, offering gentle encouragement and guidance. For anyone who wants to offload, to resolve inner issues and to know themselves more deeply, then I would highly recommend trying out Gillian's Soul Scripting.'
Nick
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'A fantastic experience which has given me both the confidence to write again alongside some personal insights, which will help me to move forward.'
Kate
'It was so beneficial for my personal development! The writing exercises and Gill's guidance brought me so many insights, showed to me inner places I didn't know before. I highly recommend Soul Scripting, gentle and deep writing practise!'
Dorota
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'The workshop was very useful as it reawoke my love of writing just for writing's sake - not for anyone else. I felt by the end of it I had embarked on a personal journey to discover my inner self through the exercises we did. Very uplifting and empowering. Thanks. Fantastic teacher.'
Anne
Medical secretary
'There is a healing element to the process no matter which walk of life you're from or what your experiences have been. Greatly recommend.'
Helen
Painter
'Amazing and unique session to really get into the flow of writing and connecting to yourself at a deeper level. I did the workshop months ago and still using the techniques each day.'
Andy
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'A powerful and illuminating experience. The techniques Gillian has developed are a wonderful path to mindfulness which, I think, would benefit any writer willing to embrace the magic that lies behind the craft.'
Roberto
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