Maternal Journal promotes creative journaling as a way to explore thoughts, feelings and personal experiences around pregnancy, birth and mothering that can make a positive difference to mental health and well-being.
We support you to connect and explore your creativity and make your own personal maternal journal by sharing quick tools and techniques that fit in with everyday life.
We welcome all pregnant women*, mothers and people that birth, positively encouraging inclusion and diversity of experience.
Creative journaling to support mental health
There are nine journaling guides from writing exercises to poetry and visual art, created by a team of brilliant artists. You don’t need any experience, and the guides are quick and easy-to-use. We provide support to set up a Maternal Journal group or journal on your own.
See more journaling guides
Watch our short film to find out more about the project.
Laura Godfrey-Isaacs will present Maternal Journal at the Royal College of Midwives Annual Conference next week.
Project producer, Laura Godfrey-Isaacs, to discuss Birth, Art and Culture later this month in Cardiff.
Laura-Godfrey Isaacs will be sharing her thoughts on paternity, masculinity and mental health at this year’s Shambala Festival.