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Carolyn Carrie Koehnline

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Whatcom Community College

HQ Phone:  (360) 383-3000

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Whatcom Community College

237 West Kellogg Road

Bellingham, Washington,98226

United States

Company Description

About Whatcom: Whatcom Community College is a regionally and nationally accredited, comprehensive two-year college with an accomplished faculty and staff who serve 11,000 students annually. On its campus in Bellingham, Wash., and through online courses, Whatco... more

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Faculty | The Therapeutic Writing Institute

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Carolyn Koehnline | The Therapeutic Writing Institute

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Carolyn Koehnline Carolyn Koehnline Carolyn Koehnline, M.A., is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with a private psychotherapy practice in Bellingham, WA. For twenty years she has specialized in combining psychological perspectives, playfulness, creative tools and practical strategies to address the various types of clutter that block wanted changes. She teaches at Whatcom Community College, is a featured presenter for the Eliot Institute and other communities, secular and sacred. As a Certified Journal to the Self® Instructor she regularly offers JTTS classes. Carolyn has written two books, Confronting Your Clutter and the The Bear's Gift, which she also illustrated.


Whatcom County Mental Health Provider Database

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Carolyn Koehnline , Carolyn is the author of Confronting Your Clutter, and teaches at Whatcom Community College


The Therapeutic Writing Institute »

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* S115Koehnline â€" Clearing Space to Write â€" Carolyn Koehnline
Instructor â€" Carolyn Koehnline Writing requires a dedicated space, time, and focus, which can be easily taken over by clutter â€" the piles of paper covering your desk, a jam-packed calendar, or a head filled with too many ideas competing for your attention. In this workshop, designed especially for writers, you’ll practice applying brief, time-tested journaling processes to identify and clear distractions from your writing life. You’ll also learn ways to use journal writing to support clearing clutter from the rest of your life. Instructor Carolyn Koehnline is a Certified Journal Therapist with over two decades of experience helping people clear clutter to make room for what matters. CEUs available Required Text: Confronting your Clutter by Carolyn Koehnline, available HERE


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