what mental health professionals say about divethru
As a licensed therapist, I highly value and recommend the therapeutic benefits of journaling. The DiveThru app is the perfect combination of guided breathing exercises paired with opportunities for mindful reflection. I have been searching for a virtual journaling option to utilize on-the-go and recommend to clients. DiveThru checks all the boxes! The app is easily accessible and user-friendly. I highly recommend DiveThru as a supportive, self-growth tool.
Mary Beth Somich LPC
As a therapist who recommends journaling to ALL my clients, DiveThru is an amazing resource. This app is for anyone: whether they are looking to start a journaling practice, have more guidance in journaling, or deepen a practice they already have. It’s easy to customize to what works for you and adapt as you need to. A lot of people feel lost when they try to journal and this app is the perfect gentle guide.
Alaina Brubaker LMFT
As a psychotherapist, I understand the many benefits and value that journaling can have for my clients. Not only can it help by reducing stress, problem solving efficiently, but also to have a deep connection with our inner selves. I tried DiveThru and found it to be so useful. It has hundreds of topics and prompts to write about for those days when it’s difficult to collect my ideas. I will be recommending this app to my clients, especially since it’s free!
Tannína P. Duenas MS, AMFT
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you might be wondering why you should sign up for a 30 day journaling challenge and this is why...
You’ve got thoughts floating around in your mind and feelings running rampant within…or, wherever we feel our feelings. Journaling has been shown to help us make sense of the thoughts we’re thinking and the feelings we’re feeling. We could all do with some of that.
You’d think we understand the person we spend every moment with… Ourselves. But, sometimes it feels like we have no idea who we are. Journaling routinely can help you better understand yourself. Naturally, understanding yourself a bit (or a whole lot) better will improve your overall quality of life.
The kids are stressed. We’re the kids. I’m talking about us. Yup, you and me! When we turn to journaling to explore our emotions, we help release their intensity.
As a society, we have created a world where problem-solving is often only done from a left-brained, analytical perspective. However, sometimes we have to engage our right-brained more creative and intuitive self. Journaling unlocks this side of our brain and allows us the opportunity for unexpected solutions to seemingly unsolvable problems.
People sometimes, amirite? Journaling can help. When we write about misunderstandings with others rather than stewing in them, we help ourselves understand another’s point of view. Why aren’t they teaching this in school?!