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Connie Hebert, BA, MSW


Put It in Writing; Your Life Stories

by Connie Hebert, B.A., M.S.W.

Student Comments


I recently completed a six week memoir writing course by Connie Hebert and it was the kick start I needed. Learned a lot in a supportive small group setting.  ~ Paula S.


~I have completed 2 six-week memoire writing classes with Constance Hebert and my writing has reached a new high, thanks to her expert instruction.

~Connie has a background in teaching, writing, and social work and shares all of her skills with individuals on a one-to-one basis and/or in a group setting.

~I am a journalist by profession, and her clear evaluations and suggestions have enabled me to improve my writing skills immensely as I begin working on my life story.

~If you are interested in telling your narrative and need guidance, Connie is the perfect instructor.      ~ Margo Johnson     



I recently completed a six week writing course, Put it in Writing: Your Life Stories. The instructor, Connie Hebert, was personable, knowledgeable, and encouraging. I know that my writing improved because of her teaching and critiques. I recommend this class for anyone interested in improving their writing skills and in writing their memoirs. ~India T.


Classes are available in person or online. Group, Private, and Semi-Private courses or also available.


Connie Hebert, B.A., M.S.W.

Connie Hebert founded and has been pubishing True Inklings Memoirs for nine years. The site features excerpts from her works in progress: True Inklings; Diary of a Hard-Headed Woman and Fire in the Belly; My Experiences on Ancient Women’s Burial Grounds.  


Connie has practiced psychotherapy for eighteen years and holds a Masters of Social Work from Louisiana State University  (Baton Rouge, LA) She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in English-French Education from (ULL) University of Louisiana at Lafayette (Lafayette, LA) and has taught English for eleven years.


She has been strongly influenced by two  cultures: one is the joi-de-vivre of the Cajun French in Southwest Louisiana and living way down yonder in New Orleans.


Currently, she is teaching a memoir writing class Put It in Writing; Your Life Stories. The course is based on the study of the skills of successful authors. It also includes ways to overcome obstacles to meeting your writing goals.


Connie is presently retired and living in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, where she continues writing. Her hobbies are dancing and sketching.