Discover the 5 Cs of your optimal writing flow
Are you looking for a greater understanding of the mind-body connection in academic writing? Do you want to know how to get into the optimal writing flow and avoid writing blocks burnout while completing your writing project? In her 2023 TAA Conference session, “Discover the 5 Cs of Your Optimal Writing Flow,” Dr. Michelle Rivera-Clonch, Co-Founder of Writing in Depth: An Academic Writing Retreat, will pull from physiological psychology to help authors understand their brain/body reactions to experiencing adversity in the writing process. It will focus on identifying ways that invite us to work in an optimal writing flow by incorporating the 5Cs in your writing practice: Calm, Cool, Connected and Creative.
Dr. Michelle Rivera-Clonch is Co-Founder of Writing in Depth: An Academic Writing Retreat which recently celebrated its 12th year of sold-out retreats. She owns a private psychology practice in Orlando, FL and teaches in the Graduate Studies in Counseling program at Rollins College in Winter Park, FL. Her book, A Depth Psychological Study of the Peace Symbol, will be published by Routledge in 2023.
Network. Gain Knowledge. Leave Inspired! Register for the 35th Annual TAA Conference on Textbook & Academic Authoring, which will be held online June 9-10, 2023. The first 25 registrants will receive three free eBooks:
- The Little Guide to Getting Your Journal Article Published: Simple Steps to Success, by John Bond, donated by Rowman & Littlefield.
- Becoming the Writer You Already Are, by Michelle Boyd, donated by SAGE Publishing
- Journal Keeping: How to Use Reflective Writing for Learning, Teaching, Professional Insight and Positive Change, by Dannelle Stevens and Joanne Cooper, donated by Stylus Publishing, LLC