Tell me your secrets
I will carry your burdens
safely while you sleep
Kathy Curtis designs and facilitates workshops using the healing power of creative expression. She has spent twenty years teaching adults and children to tap into their own creativity to deal with issues ranging from cancer, AIDS and heart disease to depression, destructive family patterns and lack of life purpose. As a result of her own journey through grief and loss, she created a nine-week writing workshop that uses the cathartic power of letter-writing to help participants move beyond their grief.
Kathy Curtis’ memoir, Invisible Ink TM: The Journey Beyond Words, was written entirely in letters to (and from) her mother after her death. She is currently at work on a series of illustrated haiku. For more information about her work, visit www.kathycurtisink.com.
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