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All the Colors of Me

Publisher: 
AGATE Books

All the Colors of Me is one of the first books worldwide that embraces the goal of helping children and adolescents understand their dissociative experiences.
All the Colors of Me provides mental health professionals with a great tool to educate and explain dissociation to children and adolescents.
All the Colors of Me takes complex concepts from the latest theories that address dissociation and puts them into clear and concrete terms that are easy to understand for people of all ages.

Reviews: 
All the Colors of Me is a wonderful, metaphorical story with colorful illustrations that cleverly depict in a friendly, inviting way a discussion with traumatized children about their dissociation. This book is truly a gem to the field and will greatly benefit children’s ability to give voice to their internal experiences.  Bravo!
Frances S. Waters, DCSW
Past president of the International Society for the Study of Trauma & Dissociation and author of Healing the Fractured Child: Diagnosis and Treatment of Youth with Dissociation
Gómez and Paulsen’s book "normalizes" the reactions that children have to dissociative experiences in ways that support them, "validate" them, and assist them in coping with the tragic events of their lives, using cartoons, suggestions and recommendations, and other efforts to offer clarity, understanding and support for them. I am pleased and flattered at the opportunity to have reviewed this book and strongly believe that it will make a significant impact on the field of trauma studies and treatment.
A. Steven Frankel PhD, JD, ABPP
Former president of the International Society for the Study of Trauma & Dissociation, clinical professor of psychology at University of Southern California