Writer's Workshop: Finding Your Voice In A World of Pop Psychology Consumerist Writing

taught by Christine Hutchison
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Course description


Christine Hutchison has been leading writer's workshops in San Francisco for the last year and writing for over ten. Therapists have been raving about her workshop. She is a pro not only because she has the skill and training but she also understands how to help therapists get courageous and make their authenticity shine through and reach readers hearts.

We weren't planning on building an online course but we had so many of you ask us to so here it is!

What you will learn in this workshop:

How to get started, even if you are scared.

Structuring your writing time.

General tips for writing content that keeps your readers engaged.

Thinking about the impact on your clients.

The three editing phases.

Getting past writer's block

Christine Hutchison
Christine Hutchison
Executive Editor, Psyched in San Francisco Magazine
Christine has lived in San Francisco for four years and is trying to eat her way through the whole city. She is studying for her doctorate in Psychology at the Wright Institute, as well as working as a Registered Marriage and Family Therapist Intern at New Perspectives Center for Counseling. Supervised by Debra Warshaw Taube, LMFT 29304, Christine provides psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and adolescents. Her work as a therapist is influenced by feminist theory, relational models of psychotherapy, and her own ongoing growth. Specializations include adult children of narcissistic and/or borderline parents, interfaith couples, and those who have experienced spiritual abuse and religious trauma.

You can check out some of Christine's writing here.

Christine Hutchison, Executive Editor, Psyched in San Francisco Magazine

editor@psychedinsanfrancisco.com

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