Journaling is a beneficial tool for supporting an individual’s mental health. It encourages self-reflection and connection. This is especially important for people who have experienced significant changes in their lives, and may want to use tools to cope with those changes. This includes brain injury. While you may not have a brain injury, someone important to you has – and when you are a caregiver, you are affected as well. You also need and deserve access to resources that can help you navigate brain injury.
We have created journaling workbooks designed specifically for caregivers of individuals with brain injury that can be viewed, downloaded, and used at your pace.
This PDF guidebook explains the benefits of journaling; how to journal; and what you may expect from the journaling process.
Watch this video from a journaling expert on the start of the journaling process
Caregiver Journaling Workbook
Now that you have read the introduction, you are ready to begin. This workbook includes recommendations for journaling; guided prompts; and more journaling activities you can use after you have completed this book.
Watch this video from a journaling expert upon the completion of your workbook