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Journaling: LifeJournal software

The best journaling program I have discovered. Useful for many purposes and recommended for counseling and psychotherapy of all types. LifeJournal is an easy to use and comprehensive journal keeping program that is designed for helping you get the most out of recording your life and learning about yourself.

Also valuable for counselors and psychotherapists for keeping encrypted Password protected and encrypted for your security. Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000, Me, XP.

  • Daily and Dream Journal Entries with standard word processing functions
  • Daily Pulse for charting moods, health, stress and energy levels over time
  • Topics List to catalog entries, assigning topics to a passage or to an entire entry
  • Edit, customize, and organize topic list to reflect your own life
  • Assign topics to a passage or to an entire entry
  • Highlight sections of entries for later retrieval
  • Search by topic, word, date, or Daily Pulse
  • Life History timeline to build your autobiography
  • Full Help section with over 300 entries
  • Tutorial makes it easy to learn this intuitive, beautifully designed program
  • Timer for tracking time writing
  • Journaling Techniques and links to Journaling Resources help you learn more about journaling.

For Clients:

    Adult Children of Abusive Parents

    Adult Children as Husbands, Wives and Lovers

    Parent Effectiveness Training, Thomas Gordon

    Toxic Parents

    Games People Play

    More Games People Play

    Emotional Excellence

    At a Journal Workshop

    Candor, Connection, and Enterprise in Adolescent Therapy (for parents as well)

For Professionals:

    The MMPI, MMPI-2, & MMPI-A in Court

    The Clinical Documentation Sourcebook

    The APA Publication Manual

    The Clinician's Thesaurus

    Candor, Connection, and Enterprise in Adolescent Therapy (for parents as well)

Miscellaneous Readings:

Etzel Cardeņa, Steven Jay Lynn & Stanley Krippner (2000). Varieties of Anomalous Experience: Examining the Scientific Evidence. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Cooperstein, M. A. (2003). The Phenomenology of Healing Practices.  In
W. Jonas, M.D. & C. Crawford, B.S. (Eds.). Healing, intention and energy medicine: Science, research methods and clinical implications (pp. 187-2New York: Churchill Livingstone.09).
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Available at Barnes and Noble and Amazon

For Everyone:

Neuroscience for Kids (Wonderful site...and not just for kids !)

Personality Types: Introverted iNtuitive Thinking Judging

The Depression Learning Path (

Note: I am not responsible for any outcomes involved in the use of the recommended programs. They are mentioned as resources as they have proved to be of value in my work.

Medical Disclaimer: This website is underwritten completely by Dr. Cooperstein.

The purpose of the content is to educate, inform and recommend. Under no circumstances is it meant to replace the expert care and advice of a qualified professional as rapid advances in medicine may cause information to become outdated, invalid or subject to debate. Accuracy cannot be guaranteed. Dr. Cooperstein assumes no responsibility for how information, products and books presented are used and does not warrant or guarantee the content, accuracy or veracity of any linked sites. Dr. Cooperstein  makes no guarantee to any representations made by listings in professionals or support services directories.

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Last updated: June 26, 2011 12:55 PM