Group Coaching for Writers
Want a structured, supportive writing group designed specifically to keep you motivated through your latest writing project? If so, this is the course for
For many people who enjoy working within a group, Group Coaching is coaching amplified; offering the benefits of individual coaching but with so much
There’s no doubt that some people prefer working in a group; they enjoy the interaction, camaraderie and support that comes from meeting the same group of people on a regular basis. Even if the
participants aren’t all working towards the same goal, there are always crossovers in the individual lessons, insights and information shared because everything revolves around aspects of writing and
However, please note, this is not a writing or a critiquing group -- there are no writing exercises here. This is a focused class for those people intent of reaching their writing goals and are
willing to take steps towards them each week and listen to strategies, feedback and discussion.
Writing projects could be: writing a novel, publishing or e-publishing a book, getting ready for self-publishing, creating a book to promote your business, becoming a freelance writer.
Maximum number of attendees: 4
Cost: $298 for complete 6 weeks
Elizabeth Bezant - the Bodhi Tree's In-house Writing Coach
Elizabeth first started writing over twenty years ago, and since then has
seen her work published internationally in a wide variety of media and genres. Such as in the bestselling series Chicken Soup for the Soul, a regular column in the NOVA newspaper, the UK’s Sunday
Telegraph and an ESL book.
More recently Elizabeth's focus has been on writing and producing books that support carers and raise awareness of Alzheimer’s disease. Elizabeth’s latest books are Stolen Moments and Caring
Moments which both relate to Alzheimer’s, and I want to Write, But Don't Know Where to Start.
In 2003, after training as a coach, Elizabeth founded Writing to Inspire, a business in which she combines her in-depth knowledge of the writing world with her wish to see writers of all ages and
levels reach their writing goals. She speaks in a professional capacity both locally and internationally, and hosted regular segments on television and radio.
"I’m one of those lucky people who love what they do, and I wake up each morning thinking what shall I write today? I cringe at the thought that there are people out there who would love to write
or achieve something with their writing, but they don’t, simply because they don’t know who to ask for guidance and advice. That is why I started Writing to Inspire, to inspire, inform and