About the Authors, Introduction, Blob theory, Blob emotions, Blob issues, Blob drawing the line, Blob cards
Pip Wilson is a trainer, author, group worker, gamester, husband and father of two daughters. He has also spent his life as a street gangs worker in East London, a residential care worker in Cheshire, a homeless charity CEO in London, a games show designer and host worldwide. Ian Long has worked as an artist with children, youth and adults. He has been a youth and children's worker in Gloucestershire, an artist-in-residence in Lambeth and is currently a teacher in a school in Chichester. He is married to Jane and enjoys life with their two girls. Ian has illustrated many books for Pip and is currently preparing more no-reading tools for publication.
"I was a formal teacher once and turned to Social worker working
with the most vulnerable, previously homeless, mentally ill and
chemically dependent humans in a residential setting.
I find this book and the blob illustrations to be incredibly helpful in communicating with my clients/tenants.Blob feelings book I came across recently and after reviewing the pages I thought it will be an incredible book for people from all walks of life and profession.
I bought this to give this as a Christmas gift to my aunt and uncle who were both teachers.I personally have used blob illustrations successfully with hard to reach clients and tenants who are homeless to express their thoughts, emotions and feeling successfully.
I have also successfully using this tool in group setting while working with teens, young adults and all age group respective of gender, religion, caste, nationality, etc.
Hope you will find this book helpful too.The authors have done a great job in explaining how to use this blob tools in our line of work or our community groups. We can also use this for self-reflection." — Vinod Richard-Webber, Social worker