EveryWoman’s Journal is a proactive health program based on research demonstrating the positive effect journaling has on mental health. The program’s free, two-hour workshops offer women a safe and private environment to connect, or reconnect, with their inner selves. These workshops are led by trained volunteer facilitators who guide participants through a sampling of the techniques.
What We Do
Attend a Workshop
Workshops last two hours and are found statewide throughout Wisconsin.
Each participant of a workshop receives a guidebook, journal and pen to begin writing their way to better health.
Attendees can sign up for ‘Step Two’, an online journaling prompt and information sent monthly by the Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation to help them continue with their writing.
Visit our Events Calendar to find an upcoming workshop!
“I attended the EWJ workshop to find a place to begin (a new life), to find my new me, and to find a path to go forward on. The journaling has allowed me to put closure to the pain and disappointment of my past life, put all events in the right perspective, and figure out where I want to go on to.”
EWJ Participant, Rosemary K, 2015
Women Who Journal Report:
Feeling less stressed
Better problem-solving skills
Fewer symptoms of depression and anxiety
Positive Changes Participants Report
Following an EWJ Workshop
- Communication 22%
- Stress Management 39%
- Health Behaviors 39%
“It is hard to figure out what to write about, but this workshop helps with techniques, and it helped me to become more aware of my feelings and expressing them through journaling.”
20 workshops completed yearly
Women Served Annually
of participants believe the workshop helped them learn how to cope with stress
Statewide EWJ Facilitators
“The exercises really help you dig deeper into meaningful journaling rather than just keeping a diary.”
Contact Us or Schedule a Workshop
Nora Miller, Program Logistics Manager
- 608.251.1675 x 103