WriteWell Community

The course

Write yourself a brighter future.

WriteWell is the world’s first online writing for wellbeing community. We offer practical writing tools to bring perspective and fresh insight, plus simple but effective strategies for your wellbeing toolkit.

Writing has a powerful impact on mental health, and being part of a learning community brings real benefits, too.

Subscribe to our community platform to explore your creativity, take short courses, and join monthly live events with special guests. Try two weeks for free.

 

In partnership with WriteWell

We launched the WriteWell in 2021 as the world’s first online writing for wellbeing community. Members get access to a wealth of writing courses, live events and activities as part of a monthly subscription.

Things to know

WriteWell Community is a safe and accessible place online where anyone can have a go at writing to help themselves feel better.

It’s suitable if you:

  • Want to feel more positive, confident and resilient
  • Have any level of experience as a writer – you need never have written before
  • Fancy logging in at any time – open 24/7
  • Are looking for a place to make new friends
  • Would like to gain writing and creative skills to use at work
  • Value expert tutors and techniques backed up by science

The monthly subscription allows you to:

  • Try quick writing activities and creative prompts for everyday inspiration
  • Join long and short writing for wellbeing courses in small groups, led by a guide
  • Attend live events and writing workshops with inspirational guest speakers
  • Join free-writing evenings, a book group and mindfulness challenges
  • Turn up to our Tuesday Write Together sessions
  • Follow writing programmes to become calmer, build better habits, gain perspective and navigate change
  • Share your ideas, build confidence and nurture your creativity
  • Develop professional skills (discipline, attention to detail, self-directing and self-managing skills)
  • Increase professionalism in working with others and in networking

Everyday Creativity – Get inspired with playful writing activities and creative games. Write some postcards, try our positive affirmation generator, start a story inspired by a famous first line, and make some drag and drop poetry. There are ideas for dog lovers, cricket players and football fans.

Bitesize Classes – Quick-fire writing classes in everything from coping with change to writing yourself calmer. Start whenever you’re ready.

Writing Courses – Explore writing for wellbeing with a friendly bunch of fellow writers on our four-week courses: Building Resilience, Navigating Change, Finding Purpose, Building Better Habits, Creating Calm, The Big Picture, Starting to Write Fiction, Your Dog Your Mirror.

Live Events – Live Zoom talks and interactive workshops with authors and wellbeing experts. Join our regular seven-day mindfulness challenges, Just Write Together sessions, writing evenings and creative journaling workshops.

Library – Masses of reading, viewing and listening recommendations, plus rolling writing prompts and a book club.

Meet your Moderator

Claire Maguire

Claire Maguire

Claire joined the Professional Writing Academy team in 2019.

She manages and facilitates an online writing community for the PWA called WriteWell. It is a subscription-based therapeutic writing platform to help people improve their mental wellbeing.

Previously, Claire worked for 20 years in television and on radio both in Ireland and in Britain. She enjoyed her time working on the small screen and taking on various roles as a researcher, writer, editor, interviewer and reporter. She’s been fortunate to interview such varied personalities through the years from the world of politics, entertainment, health and industry. 

Claire’s monthly opinion column with Inspire Magazine gave her the opportunity to use her voice and to offer new and alternative ideas concerning health and living. She runs a private yoga school where she promotes well being through postures and meditation. 

 

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