Just the Two Of Us … A soft place for tender hearts to land
Just the Two of Us is a trauma-informed guide on how to use Creative Journaling as a key recovery tool to help children (ages 4 and up) to connect and process stress, anxiety and trauma in a post-Covid, digitally distracted world. Creative Journaling is a soft place to land when feelings are too much, and words are not enough.
* Available on Amazon Canada here
* Available on Amazon US here
Digital copy also available via Square Up-shop
Parent Consultations available with Digital copy purchase.
Co-authored Book Publications:
* Contributing Author for Chapter 13 –
Contributing Author- Chapter on Journaling with Children
by the Canadian Perinatal Mental Health Collaborative
* Contributing Author – featuring part of autobiographical solo show, Mamahood: Bursting into Light
Click Images for links to videos
Meet The Author Nicolle Nattrass on The Zebra Ink TV
Interview with Pamela Sylvan’s, Mojo in Fifteen.
A Live Discussion about my book with Homeschool Mama Care
Interview with International Association for Journal Writing/ IAJW
Interview in Conversations in Courage, 2020
The Stuph File Program/Show #0651 on Audea
The Homeschool Mama/ Self-Care Podcast
Episode 49/ How to Journal as a Tool to Process Stress, Anxiety, and Trauma
Articles/Just the Two of Us
Article on Family Self-Care Journaling Tips- Island Parent Magazine, link here
Link here, Mari’s “Createwritenow” Journaling Blog~
Link here for Circle the Child/ Consciously Woman Article
Link here for IAJW article on Benefits of Creative Journaling for Self-Care
Link here featured in PowerUp Education
- In Grade 5, my English Teacher created a special award for me called the ” Creative Writing Award.”
- I still have my first ever diary/lock and key.
- I worked front line as an addiction counselor for 4. 5 years.
- I have written and performed, 3 solo plays as well as 3 CHRISTMAS THEMED PLAYS!
- In 2020, received nomination for Women Who Inspire Conference & featured as a Keynote Speaker.
- I had a principal role in the TV series, X-Files playing the character of “Misty Nagata.”
- My introduction to the Vancouver Theatre performance scene occurred when I stepped into the role of “Anne Frank” less than 24 hours notice in the production of “The Diary of Anne Frank.”