Finding Peace, Acceptance and Inner Healing


The Unsent Letter is a unique and simple technique using ‘reflective writing’ to enable a ‘cathartic release’ of emotions. To help come-to-terms with the past and to accept what can’t be changed.

Letting Go Of Distressful Emotions
Connect With Yourself

The Unsent Letter is an established therapeutic technique whereby problem emotions that directly relate to past stress or trauma, can be ‘released’ through an easy 3-step ‘writing-away’ process.


You can start this journey today online.  With specially designed paper you select, using your own personal journal cover, before then ‘burning your writing’ online, right here on this platform! 


A person can relinquish their past.  They can unbosom themselves of troublesome emotions, thinking and behaviour that is causing them to suffer today, through anxiety, depression, stress, grief & loss, frustration or anger. 

How can a one time $97 subscription be so effective?

The Unsent Letter takes you on a powerful step by step process online to take you through a unique release. We have developed an online writing environment that enables you to focus on expressing the issue privately and securely and then let it go though a highly visual destruction process of your choosing. You have the ability to do this as much as you need for the one off price.

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The Unsent Letter has created breakthroughs for people suffering:


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Ambrose Mckinnery

Psychologist / Stress & Resilience Consultant
Developer of The Unsent Letter platform

Ambrose has been a psychologist for over 18 years working in Clinical / Counselling Psychology as well as Organisational Psychology. He runs a local clinical practice on the Sunshine Coast QLD Australia, as well as the Centre for Resilience and Stress Management , where he helps companies & their people to enhance personal wellbeing and resilience.   


In Clinical & Counselling settings, Ambrose has worked many thousands of hours with people suffering Depression, Anxiety and Stress. He has worked with Addictions, OCD, PTSD, Trauma, Grief and Loss, & Relationship issues. Ambrose is Principal Contracting Psychologist at local hospital Pain Management & support team, as well as Inpatient support including helping individuals with Chronic Illness and in Palliative care.

Donating Profits – Motor Neurone Disease

Ambrose has lost several family members to Motor Neuron Disease ‘MND’ (known as ALS or Lou Gehrig’s Disease in the USA) including his younger sister Louise who succumbed to the disease at age 47. Few diseases are considered a more debilitating and challenging ending to life, with the mind left intact to deal with a body that wastes away.


Ambrose is determined to commit whatever funding he can to research the disease. An 80% net profit to research model enables Ambrose to operate this platform, whilst driving funds into researching this disease. We must find a cure.


Ambrose is also a participant into MND research through the Royal Women’s and Children’s hospital in Brisbane Australia.  


The Unsent Letter platform is the perfect combination in offering a way to help those in distress from their own past issues, including those who have suffered loss of any kind, whilst at the same time raising funds for MND research.


Some Facts

Motor Neurone Disease (MND), Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), or Lou Gehrig ’s disease is the name given to a group of diseases in which the nerve cells (neurones) controlling the muscles that enable us to move, walk, speak, breathe and swallow undergo degeneration, weaken, waste and die.


  •         MND is a progressive, terminal neurological disease
  •         MND can strike anyone. 10% of cases run in families.
  •         There is no known cure and no effective treatment
  •         Average life expectancy is 2.5 years
  •         MND is becoming more prevalent
  •         Approximately 58% of people with MND are under the age of 65

Research is continuing around the world and continues to gather momentum. The Ice Bucket challenge is a well known and successful initiative for MND research.