Christine is the Founder & CEO of Journaling Through, a company specializing in empowerment concepts, self-care techniques and holistic healing through state-of-the-art guided journaling.
Christine is an award-winning screenwriter and course developer. After her legal studies, she focused her energy on combining her love of writing, humanitarian efforts and business knowledge to create a series of guided journals that focuses on personal growth after life-altering events.
She continues to collaborate with experts in various fields to create workshops and seminars as a valuable resource in their respective businesses while sharing her expertise through various digital channels globally.
Invite Christine to be a Guest on your podcast
Example Podcast Questions:
What is a guided journal?
How can journaling help me heal from traumatic life experiences?
The basics of journaling.
Understanding the power of internal knowledge.
How to tap into your inner strength through writing
Social Media and Promotion:
I will send out the link on my social media accounts including LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest. I will also include the link on my website that has, on average over one thousand unique visitors per month.
Areas of Expertise
Christine gave such an amazing presentation for our program session that when I was ready to work on my own personal story, I knew that she was the perfect soul to write it.
Christine was able to see through the thick walls that I had built up over the years, find what I wanted to say, and gently yet precisely, much like a heart surgeon, scrape out all the diseased area and replace it with a story so pure and heartfelt that I cried with relief as she told of this little girl’s painful story. For the first time, I was able to feel sympathy and empathy for that little girl…something that I’ve never been able to let myself do. Christine’s words made it safe for me to truly feel that little girl’s pain [my pain]…only then was I able to start the healing process.
Thank you so much, Christine!
“I’m still thinking about the session last week and have come back many times to a “why” statement which is helping put some things into perspective at BFO. I think it’s really going to help provide us with some direction both with our volunteers and the members we serve. Sometimes we just need to be reminded what we’re actually trying to do here!
I have also many times reflected on rescuing people vs supporting from a place of love with respect to motivation of our volunteers. It’s really put some things into perspective for us.
So I guess I’m just wanting to say thank you!”
—Jaime Bickerton, Executive Director Bereaved Families of Ontario – Midwestern Region.