At Find Your Voice, we believe that learning happens best when it’s hands-on. That’s why we offer plenty of in-person learning experiences.
Whether you’re interested in writing for your community or want to use writing as a tool for self-development, we have workshops teaching you how to get in touch with yourself and discover your next steps.
Prepare to Publish Live
If you’re looking to write a book, but can’t seem to get it out on paper, this is the workshop for you. A two-day experience in Southern California, you’ll develop a clear outline for your book that has been proven to shave years off of your writing time. Not only that, you’ll enjoy writing and your final product will be something you’re really proud of. Limited to 25 people, you’ll receive personalized feedback and connect with other writers who find themselves in the same spot.
Venues to be announced
Maybe you’re not looking to be a writer. But writing isn’t just for novels. Writing helps us listen to ourselves and discover what’s next. Whether you’re needing a “reset” on your work life or your love life, you’re feeling confused about what the future holds for you, or have a strong sense of where you’re going but feel “stuck” behind an invisible force, join us for this powerful, one-day, energizing experience.
Venue to be announced
"This experience was life changing for me. There is now a marker on my life. Pre-Nashville and post-Nashville. My heart is more free to love others well, but also more importantly, free to love me too! This sets the foundation for every love I experience in life. Allison is a true champion for our human hearts and our human condition..."
"I always hoped I'd find a way to combine my passions of writing and inner healing, and your guidance helped me do that exactly. You pointed out that my true passion for writing is helping people overcome anxiety by telling honest stories so I built a site based on exactly that. And within a day of it being live, I've received several messages from people sharing about their personal struggles with anxiety . . . and I get to be the one to help them see how brave they truly are. Seriously, pinch me."