(as of Jan 25,2020 02:08:40 UTC – Details)
For years, tens of thousands of copies of The Invisible String have been sold to therapists, caregivers, and organizations who work with populations dealing with separation. Whether it’s teachers using it around the early days of the school year, military organizations using it for family support, or counselors using it at grief camps, the book has inspired scores of workshops and creative activities within these groups that are often shared online. The book’s co-author, Dana Wyss, is an art therapist who uses the book successfully with her clients, and she and Patrice Karst have partnered to create this workbook to help spread the healing power of The Invisible String to the communities that most need it.
With more than 50 art and write-in activities limited only by the imagination, plus 12 punch-out reflection cards for added value, The Invisible String Workbook allows readers of all ages who have experienced any kind of separation or loss to delve deeper into their relationships, to engage in exploratory and healing conversations, and to build healthier attachments.
Patrice Karst is the author of The Invisible String, The Invisible Leash, and co-author of The Invisible String Workbook. She has also written The Smile That Went Around the World. She is passionate about spreading her message of love across the planet. Born in London, England, she now lives in Ventura, California, and is the mother of one grown son. She invites you to visit her online at patricekarst.com.
Dana Wyss holds a Ph.D. from Lesley University in Expressive Therapy, and is a board-certified art therapist and licensed marriage and family therapist. She is Director of Training at Star View Adolescent Center in Southern California, and facilitates therapist trainings and workshops around the country.
Joanne Lew-Vriethoff is the acclaimed illustrator of many children’s books including the new edition of The Invisible String and the Invisible String Workbook, as well as Stacy McAnulty’s Beautiful and Brave. Born in Malaysia, she grew up in Los Angeles, studied at the Art Center College of Pasadena, and now lives in Amsterdam. Her website is joannelewvriethoff.com.