Registration begins on 8/22/11 for my class at Stanford: Overcoming Writer’s Block and Procrastination

Here’s the blurb from the catalog describing the class:

“This course will provide information, guidance, and strategies for writers who would like to improve their writing productivity. Students will learn about the different forms of writing blocks, how to assess their own issues, and a number of approaches to making positive changes. Each class will include a presentation on a specific aspect of writing productivity, small group discussions, and exercises designed to promote better writing habits and self-awareness. This course will be useful to writers of all types, genres, and skill levels, as we will focus on the process of writing, not the content or style of what is written. Reading materials for the course will include a workbook written by the instructor, several articles, and a list of recommended texts.”

Mondays, 6:30 – 8:45 pm
5 weeks, September 26 – October 24
1 unit(s), $260
Limit: 30
For more info or to register:

https://continuingstudies.stanford.edu/courses/course.php?cid=20111_EGL+96

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About David Arnot Rasch

Author, psychologist, speaker, workshop leader
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One Response to Registration begins on 8/22/11 for my class at Stanford: Overcoming Writer’s Block and Procrastination

  1. Anita Alan says:

    I wish I could make that drive! I’d sign up. Best to you and Ixchel, David.
    Anita

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