A visual journal is a safe space for you to reflect on your thoughts, feelings and life experiences by combining images, drawings, shapes, lines, colours and words into simple compositions. Through this creative process, you can learn how to access the inner language of imagery and express it both visually and verbally, exploring the connection between images and words.
The Red Pencil (Singapore) has developed Visual Journals for children and adults, allowing beneficiaries to engage in artmaking through a journal to express and capture their inner thoughts and emotions. The introduction of the Visual Journal assists service users to continue making art in their journal after the sessions are completed, ensuring the long-term sustainability of the benefits experienced during art therapy beyond the sessions.
Visual Journal for Children
The Red Pencil (Singapore)’s Visual Journal for Children contains 40+ pages of visual journaling activities that your little ones will surely enjoy!
Visual journaling helps your children record their reflections in pictures. It can help them learn more about themselves!
Get it now from our online store for only S$10 and support creative arts therapy programmes for less privileged children, women and families in Singapore.*
Visual Journal for Adults
This 32-page Visual Journal for Adults published by The Red Pencil contains 8 art therapy prompts that encourage you to reflect and express yourself in creative ways.
Get our Visual Journals now from our online store for and support creative arts therapy programmes for less privileged children, women and families in Singapore!*
*Please note that while our Visual Journals available for purchase online, the items can only be picked up currently at our Singapore office.