Aug 9, 2019
The benefits of journaling are often touted for personal growth, developing meaning from experiences, and even serving as a stress-relieving practice. Unfortunately, there are limited resources to help pre-health students begin journaling and customizing the experience to their needs.
Shannon Gutheil, a health professions coordinator from UT Austin's Health Professions Office, talks about how journaling can help pre-health students organize their thoughts, develop habits, and serve as an activity log to help keep everything in one place.
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