Have you ever felt stressed or overwhelmed with events in your life? Have you ever had memories or trauma or stored emotions that will not leave you alone? There may also be things that you are unaware of stored in your unconscious, that Neuro-scientists have found inform our conscious daily life. Writing therapy crosses both sides of your brain and has been proven scientifically to provide complete freedom from stress!
This book details Suzanne's experience with writing therapy, the benefits of writing therapy, other people's successful testimonies using these tools and the simple techniques you can use throughout your life to unleash this freedom you deserve! Be free today.
About the Author
Suzanne Strong is a qualified journalist and writer with more than 20 years' experience. She has written for many publications over this time including being a Special Industry Reporter for Hotel Motel and Resort News and AMG Magazine for two years. Some of the publications she has worked for include: The New Internationalist, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Big Issue, Sportswoman, The Review Independent Monthly, AMG Magazine, Building Australia, Boardwalk Magazine, Australian Property Investor, amongst others. In addition to this, Suzanne also worked in Media Relations, Corporate Communications and tutored Journalism/Writing in the Creative Industries at QUT in Brisbane. Suzanne is completing a Master of Arts in Creative Writing at Macquarie University, she also has a Graduate Certificate in Creative Writing from QUT and has a collection of poetry and short stories published. Her short stories and poetry has been published in Compassion: A Creative Anthology, The Quarry Journal, Grapeshot Magazine, Studio Magazine, Time Off and Heretical magazines.In 2006, Suzanne's short story The Wall came 6th out of 300 entries in the Amazon Shorts, Short Story competition and in 2011 she received a Highly Commended Award from the Sunshine Coast Literary Association for her poem, Breathe. Suzanne taught Academic English at UQ College in Brisbane and has also taught Creative Industries subjects at QUT. Suzanne is currently writing a novel about the war in Syria.