The Write Prescription workshop with Judith Hannan (Fall 2020)

NOTE: We have reached the limit of 10 participants. If you would like to be on the wait list and/or be notified about future workshops, please fill out the form below. Thank you!

The Gold Foundation is delighted to announce that author Judith Hannan is hosting a four-week writing workshop designed for healthcare professionals. View the Gold Human InSight Webinar “The Write Prescription,” which provides an introduction to Ms. Hannan along with a writing prompt.

Ms. Hannanis the author of Motherhood Exaggerated, her memoir of discovery and transformation during her daughter’s cancer treatment and her transition into survival. Her most recent book is The Write Prescription: Telling Your Story to Live With and Beyond Illness.

Healthcare professionals have a special place in Ms. Hannan’s heart. She has heard first-hand the pain of 2020 and the need to process the many deep emotions and experiences.

The four-week workshop will be held on Fridays for 2 hours: noon to 2 p.m. ET on Oct. 30, Nov. 6, Nov. 13, and Nov. 20.

The workshop will be a special space for exploration, for rummaging in your mind, figuring out what you think and feel, and getting it down on paper. The sessions will include time for prompts and independent writing, followed by sharing. The time together is meant to create a confidential, humanistic space full of positive feedback and encouragement.

The workshop is free and limited to 10 participants. Each participant is expected to attend all four sessions.

NOTE: We have reached the limit of 10 participants. If you would like to be on the wait list and/or be notified about future workshops, please fill out the form below. Thank you!


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Tell us anything you’d like us to know about you. For example, you could share why you are interested in the workshop and where you are on your writing journey. (No writing experience is required – we simply want to learn more about you.)





If you cannot make the Fall 2020 session because of the times, please share with us what times would be better. Would Sunday afternoons ET work? Evenings? Saturdays? A different weekday for an hour at noon? This information will help us shape future courses. Thank you!