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About the Method:

  • The Intensive Journal Process: A Path to Self-Discovery by Kathy Juline, Science of Mind Magazine, July 1992, pp. 40.


  • The Write to Fulfilling Life: An Interview with Ira Progoff by Krysta Gibson, The New Times (now called Conscious Choice), January 1993, Volume 8, Issue 8.


  • The Way of the Journal by Robert Blair Kaiser, Psychology Today, March 1981, pp. 64-76.


    Wellness:

  • Finding the Message of Illness by Ira Progoff, Spiritual Aspects of the Healing Arts, Ed. Doris Kunz, Wheaton: The Theosophical Publishing House. 1985.


  • The Psychology of Personal Growth by Ira Progoff, Atlantic Monthly, July 1961, pp. 102-104.


    Ministry:

  • The Intensive Journal Method: a Tool for Ministry by Rev. James D. Miller, D. Min., based upon Doctor of Ministry Thesis from Lancaster Theological Seminary, 1979.


  • Blueprint for a Spirituality of Experience by Rev. John McMurry, S.S., S.T.L., Ph.D., The Priest, November 1998, Volume 44, Issue 11.


  • At the Threshold of a Christian Spirituality by Rev. John McMurry, S.S., S.T.L., Ph.D., Review for Religious, July/August 1991, Volume 50, Issue 4, pp. 500-508.


    Social Services:

  • No Longer Theory: Correctional Practices That Work by Harvey Shrum Ed. D., Journal of Correctional Education, September 2004, Volume 55, Issue 3, pp. 225-235.
     

  • Awakening Behind Walls In An Intensive Journal Workshop by Charles Evans, II, reprinted from Fellowship in Prayer, October 1986, Volume 37, Number 5, pp. 43-46.


  • The New York State Department of Labor Job-Training Program:
    Applying the Progoff Intensive Journal Method

    by Shirley Sealy and Tom Duffy
    Dr. Progoff's pioneering research on the impact of using the method in an ongoing job training program.


  • The Intensive Journal Target Prison Program
    by Jon Progoff
    A final report summarizing the transforming experience for a group of 15 female inmates at the Bedford Hills Correctional Facility in Westchester, New York.