As with most forms of therapy, writing therapy is adapted and used to work with a wide range of psycho-neurotic illnesses, including bereavement, desertion and abuse. Many of these interventions take the form of classes where I wrote on specific themes randomly chosen. Some of my work include writing unsent letters to selected individuals, alive or dead, but there are no imagined replies from the recipients.
I wrote my deepest thoughts and feelings about the most traumatic experiences of my entire life or an extremely important emotional issue that has affected me and my life. In my writing, I have really let go and explored my deepest emotions and thoughts. I have tied my topics to my relationships with others, including parents, lovers, friends and relatives; to my past, my present and my future; and to who I have been, who I would like to be and who I am now.