Every professional athlete has a coach, so why shouldn't you?
Natural talent will only get you so far, especially when other writers are training regularly. You can save yourself years in artistic and craft development.
Being a professional writer is a psychological war. Remember when you were a newbie writer and you thought "As soon as I get paid to write, then it will be easy, then I will be happy." If only you could go back in time and warn your younger self to savor your armature writings days and use them to build an artistic health, habit and process that would make your current gig so much more tolerable.
If you are writing others peoples stories, in other writers show rooms, you know how difficult it can be to go home and write YOUR scripts/stories.
Jessica works with a handful of producers, showrunners, TV writers, screenwriters and published novelists helping them to develop a writing habit and process that is effective and unique to their psychology, situation and goals.
When you are a professional writer you have so much more to lose with every script you put out there, but you also have more to gain. We will use neuroscience, Jungian psychology, cognitive behavioral training, neuro linguistic programming, behavioral economics, evolutionary biology, sports psychology and meditation to get the most out of your writing practice. This in turn will result in higher quality scripts in much less time and most importantly... you might actually enjoy writing again.
So if you would like to work past any blocks or plateaus, develop habits that are adaptable to your chaotic life, dig deeper into your artistry and bring yourself to the next level of your career - please fill out the form below.
"Do this, it will make you feel less afraid and like you can work again. Jess has gotten me through some very severe, severe blocks. So these tools are valuable throughout your entire career. They are professional tools. "
- Carly Wray, MADMEN, MINDHUNTER, WESTWORLD
"I learned more in one session with Jess than I did in four years of NYU film school."
- Jenna, NYU Film Graduate 2020
“Meditative Writing truly is “assisted self-discovery.” For the same reason writers should take acting classes, Meditative Writing helps you get down into your body, to work a scene or character from the inside out. The practice has applications even beyond writing, into directing, pitching, and just being in the world. This class and subsequent practice has been extremely helpful to me in my work.”
– Christine Boylan, Writer/Producer at Marvel/Netflix
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