The Invisible String Workbook: Creative Activities To Comfort, Calm, And Connect
  • The Invisible String Workbook: Creative Activities To Comfort, Calm, And Connect
  • The Invisible String Workbook: Creative Activities To Comfort, Calm, And Connect
ISBN: 0316524913
EAN13: 9780316524919
Language: English
Release Date: Dec 3, 2019
Pages: 112
Dimensions: 1" H x 11" L x 9" W
Weight: 1.113334 lbs.
Format: Paperback

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Book Overview

This must-have companion to the picture book phenomenon The Invisible String -- which has sold half a million copies to date -- uses more than 50 art and writing activities (plus bonus reflection cards ) to help build self-esteem and healthy relationships, and to celebrate the power of love.

The bestselling picture book The Invisible String has been used successfully by countless parents, caregivers, therapists, and organizations who work with people coping with separation. Now, 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 healing conversations, and to build stronger attachments. Written in collaboration with Dana Wyss, PhD, an art therapist who has used The Invisible String in clinics for years, this 112-page write-in book will help spread the power of The Invisible String to the communities who most need it -- whether it be teachers in the early days of the school year, military families, counselors at grief camps, or everyday families nurturing connections with their loved ones.

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   Help kids understand a loss
The letter said that it was "recommended" to school counselors after the death of our dear Nonna. They were having a hard time comprehending the death of their grandma. They would act out, and hold on to a lot of feelings, he said. This book allowed them to ask age-appropriate questions and for us as parents to explain that she will never be forgotten. I would say it was a first time death in the family.
 
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   Amazingly Helpful Book
This was for a friend's children who lost their grandfather. It was a great pairing, and I highly recommend it to friends and family.
 
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   A Wonderful Companion to The Invisible String
This companion workbook that reinforces the book, The Invisible String, by the same author, incorporates the expertise of Dana Wyss, a trauma-informed teacher. The Teen Writing Group has activities for all ages and levels of experience. Young children who are well-versed in reading and writing can work with adults and use their artistic and storytelling skills to express their ideas and emotions. Activities include coloring pages, word searches, journaling, letter writing, and more. Each activity outlines the project with activity, supplies, directions, and goals to help the adults and older children navigate the book. The illustrations, done in a culturally-inclusive way, allow children to see themselves. This workbook was originally intended for use by children ages 5 to 12, but it has since been expanded to include teens and adults. The book is a 112-page work of philosophy and does not cut corners. The Rev. William Bolling, pastor of Bethany Church, said the Rev. Anthony Rusinella, leader of the church, was not present.
 
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   Not worth the $!
The book is not the best kids book I have ever read and certainly not worthy of a workbook, Melissa wrote. I ordered the workbook and book separately. I'll admit I was intrigued. To be honest, had there not been a workbook, I prob would not have purchased the book. But I thought, “Gosh, this book must be life-changing to have warranted a workbook." Yes, technically Incorrect, but I'm not that crazy. It's a big cash grab, Mr. Rule told the judge. But the team kept working and came up with some great ideas. It would have to be so many activities from a short story, right? Yes, I returned the workbook and the truth was told, but I wish I had kept the book. Don't fall for this one, like I did. It's not that the story had so many nuggets it necessitated a book of activities, Graham said. It's just a matter of time, said the creator of the workbook, who only gave the name "Ideas Workbook." But they aren't very interesting ideas and we should all be thankful every author isn't trying to monetize their work in this way.
 
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   A valuable resource for children, caregivers and mental health professionals alike.
It's full of creative and thoughtful exercises on building a child's self esteem and sense of self-exploration, relationship to others and even grief and loss. As a therapist, I will certainly be using it with my own clients and will be recommending it to caregivers as well.
 
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