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In the s, New York City psychotherapist Ira Progoff realized several of his clients worked through their feelings and situations more quickly than others. The difference? They kept personal journals. Progoff began using unstructured journaling as an experimental tool but also discovered people could get stuck going in circles. What they needed, he determined, was a more structured approach. Progoff was deeply interested in how growth occurs in the lives of creative people.

Progoff had studied with C. Jung and practiced depth psychology, in which unconscious processes like dreams, unstated desires and repressed memories are highly significant. He believed his influence intruded on the more important goal — allowing people to work autonomously with their inner selves.

For this reason, Progoff began working to develop a structure that would give people more self-sufficiency. This led Progoff to create his Intensive Journal Method, which he shared with hundreds of thousands of workshop participants around the world. He published At a Journal Workshop , the manual for using his method, in Once you learn it, then you have a valuable tool to help you throughout life. Here are several options to consider:. Privacy Policy - Disclaimer. We apologize. Your browser is incompatible with our system.

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At a Journal Workshop

The intensive journal method is a psychotherapeutic technique largely developed in at Drew University and popularized by Ira Progoff — The original Intensive Journal contained only 16 sections, but was later expanded to include five additional sections as part of Progoff's "process meditation" method. It has been the inspiration for many other "writing therapies" since then and is used in a variety of settings, including hospitals and prisons, by individuals as an aid to creativity or autobiography , and often as an adjunct to treatment in analytic , humanistic or cognitive therapy. The intensive journal method is a registered trademark of Progoff and used under license by Dialogue House Associates, Inc of New York, who train facilitators and consultants in the use of the method and coordinate an ongoing series of public workshops using the method throughout the United States and elsewhere. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Categories : Psychotherapy Writing.

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Ira Progoff

Progoff began exploring psychological methods for creativity and spiritual experience in their social applications in the early s. His doctoral dissertation in the field of the social history of ideas at the New School was on the work of C. After receiving his doctorate, Progoff was awarded a Bollingen fellowship, and studied privately with Jung in Switzerland. In , Progoff drew from the principles described in these books to introduce the Intensive Journal method of personal development, the innovation for which he is most remembered. This is a nonanalytic, integrative system for evoking and interrelating the contents of an individual life. The system's popularity spread rapidly. As the public use of the method increased, the National Intensive Journal Program was formed in

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Intensive journal method

In the s, New York City psychotherapist Ira Progoff realized several of his clients worked through their feelings and situations more quickly than others. The difference? They kept personal journals. Progoff began using unstructured journaling as an experimental tool but also discovered people could get stuck going in circles. What they needed, he determined, was a more structured approach. Progoff was deeply interested in how growth occurs in the lives of creative people.

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