I have treasured it always, and was truly so sad! when, after leaving grad school, i couldn't find it in any other library. One fine day, a friend of ours walked into our house, said, "I thought you might like this," and handed me this book! He had found it at a second hand bookshop and had no idea how long i'd been looking for it!
The exercises in here are classic and always highly useful. I recommend it for use with children, teens, adults, and for yourself.
It's now on a reprint, and can be found at Amazon.com (see the Amazon widget, "Great Books to Check Out!" on my sidebar). Dr. Capacchione also now has "The Creative Journal for Teens", "The Creative Journal for Children", and "The Creative Journal for Parents."
Some of the exercises from the book are on an online version of the Journal! Check it out at http://www.healthy.net/CreativeJournal/ .
You can also catch Dr. Capacchione at her own website: http://www.luciac.com/index.html
Here is a very helpful website on Creative Journaling, by artist and creativity coach Amanda Joy, who was a student of Dr. Capacchione: http://www.joycreativejournal.com/