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Stories are powerful. They are how we make meaning of our lives. Through storytelling we can understand ourselves better and find commonality with others. We can share passions, hardships, embarrassments, joys, griefs and our overall human experience. When we give ourselves permission to be open and vulnerable, our unique stories allow us to feel more connected in a world that can at times feel isolating and judgmental.


Sometimes the right question asked at the right time can unlock doors to healing and connection that have been closed or forgotten. These questions are all familiar but yet we oftentimes forget to think about them. But the good news is that the answers to all of our questions are inside each one of us - if we choose to connect deep inside. 


This is the energy and mission behind the Guided Vocal Method - asking insightful and meaningful questions that invite and invoke you to share your story; to allow permission for your voice to be heard, to know that your story matters and most importantly, that you matter. 

The Guided Vocal Method will help you understand that the power of your story can awaken your spirit, connect lives, and heal the world. Whether you want to archive your story for yourself to keep close to your heart or share your story with others, we will explore different option available to you such as creating a personal journal, a blog or content creation for your business, writing a memoir, or becoming a published author. 




When you were a teenager, you might have kept a diary hidden under your mattress or locked away in a drawer. It was a safe place to jot down your ideas, your comings and goings of the day, as well as an outlet for expressing yourself freely. It was a place to confess your struggles and fears without judgment or consequence.


You may have stopped using a diary once you reached adulthood but the concept and its benefits still apply. These days, it’s called journaling. It's simply writing down your thoughts and feelings to understand them more clearly. Furthermore, if you struggle with stress, depression, or anxiety, journaling is a highly effective way to cope. It can help you gain control of your emotions as well as improving your overall mental health. One of the ways to deal with any overwhelming emotion is to find a healthy way to express yourself. This makes using a journal regularly a helpful tool in managing your mental health. 


But why is journaling so difficult for some people?


Many will say they struggle with setting intentional time to journal. Some will say that they get stuck on what to write about. Some will even say that the prospect of writing for a significant length of time is mind-numbingly difficult. 


What if the journaling process could be as simple as using your voice? What if you were prompted with inquisitive, thought-provoking and personal questions to answer? What if the simple act of personal connection and sharing your answers brought about an energy to your journaling that provided clarity, awareness and positive energy that goes beyond writing your thoughts down in a journal book?


This is the intention of Guided Vocal Journaling Method.


Each session features one of 12 volumes of specially-curated questions designed to shape and tell the story of the most important person in your life - YOU. The volumes consist of twenty questions that will be used during our ‘interview’ on a variety of aspects of your life - your values, your beliefs, the people and things you love, and what brings you joy and happiness. These interviews will be recorded, transcribed to text and presented to you in an editable copy for you to keep, share and potentially build upon. Our online interviews are generally an hour in length which produce roughly 10-15 pages of transcripts per recording.


We will explore the following topics together:


  1. Re-discovering YOU

  2. Achieving Inner Peace

  3. Conquering Your Fears

  4. The Pathway Through Grief

  5. Creating New Goals

  6. Exploring Your True Passions

  7. Learning From Past Mistakes

  8. Loving Yourself Through Acceptance

  9. Making A Difference

  10. Finding Your Purpose

  11. Looking Back/Looking Ahead

  12. Words Of Wisdom/Living Joyfully



Guided Vocal Journaling can help you:


- Manage anxiety                              

- Reduce stress

- Cope with depression                      

- Evoke high levels of mindfulness

- Achieve your goals                          

- Boost your memory and comprehension

- Strengthen your self-discipline        

- Improve your communication skills

- Spark your creativity                        

- Accelerate inner healing

- Build self-confidence                        

- Enhance connection to yourself and others




  • 60 minute recorded Zoom video interview with personal and customized questions for the particular theme we are exploring. 

  • Proof-edited transcripts from each recording, approximately 10-15 pages derived from an hour recording.

  • Digital copy of the final transcripts sent via PDF, Word, Pages, etc.




(regularly $625 USD)

Individual Session:

$225 USD

$125 USD - w/o transcripts


Available packages:

Six Sessions

$1,350 USD

$750 USD w/o transcripts


Twelve Sessions

$2,700 USD

$1,500 USD w/o transcripts


Twenty-Four Sessions

$5,400 USD

$3,000 USD w/o transcripts

Complimentary 30 minute sample session available


Payment installments available



To learn more about Guided Vocal Journaling, schedule a Discovery Call today. Learn how simple and fulfilling this experience of self-care can be!

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