I’m Deb Cooperman … writer, meaning maker, permission giver, and creative type. I create a safe space for writers and wanna-be writers to get over the fear of having to be/write perfect(ly), get out of their own way so they get their stuff out on the page unapologetically, and then find a way to make more space for more of that in their lives.
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Deb Cooperman is something of a “writing evangelist” – as a coach and workshop leader she creates a safe and encouraging space to inspire and empower people to use a simple, portable and completely affordable practice of writing to understand and expand their lives.
People who write for their work or for pleasure (journalers, published writers and people dreaming of publication) have all found support and inspiration by participating in her groups or in private coaching. She has spoken to corporations, business and women’s groups about the power of a writing practice, and has been a featured contributor to a number popular personal growth websites since the mid-2000′s.
Deb has been keeping a journal since she was 11 years old; in those days her most fervent musings centered on whether Davy Jones or Paul McCartney was cuter, but now her writing practice is the glue that keeps her life together, and she gladly spreads the word about the power of a writing practice to just about anyone who will listen.
Deb is a published writer and editor, writing coach, and the founder and leader of the Living Out Loud writing group.