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Resources

There are many resources available. The ones listed are sites we have visited and believe help in the mission of our organization. If you are in need of a resource or know one you feel would make a great addition to our site, please contact our resource department.

 


Books

Personal Stories


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Dissociation Resources - For Survivors


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Dissociation Resources - For Clinicians


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Religion and Dissociation


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Fiction Stories


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General Trauma Resources


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Additional Books not about DID but we find the message relates


  • hear us roarHear Us Roar!
    This collection of honest and motivational tales reveals the secrets to turning your whisper into a roar. Find out how these role models faced the obstacles placed on their path and found hope, love, triumph and peace along the way. Jaime Pollack, Founder of An Infinite Mind, is featured in this book.

  • Phantom Tollbooth book coverThe Phantom Tollbooth
    A great little book about life. It is very meaningful and causes reflection as the character tries to rescue Rhyme and Reason to restore harmony to the land. To do that, he encounters many interesting obstacles, including having to jump through the Mountains of Conclusion.

  • The Miraculous Journey of Edward
Tulane The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane
    A beautiful story about a vain and selfish china rabbit who learns the value of love. The book follows the rabbit's journey from a closed heart to an open one as he learns to let go of the pain of the past to feel and embrace his emotions.

  • The Twelve Gifts of Birth
    This is a sweet book that shares the twelve gifts we are all born with such as courage, strength and hope. Every time I read this book, I remember all the gifts I possess that no one could take from me.

  • Seven Blind Mice
    A charming story about how seven blind mice discover an unfamiliar obstacle in their path. It isn't until the last mouse combines all their ideas that they realize what the object is. Moral of the story: "Knowing in part may make a fine tale, but wisdom comes from seeing the whole."

  • The Crayon Box that Talked
    Focuses on cooperation in a system although in this story, the system is a crayon box. The story illustrates how each part needs to work together to make a beautiful picture.

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DVDs (View Online Videos)


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