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New Guidebook series offer a noninvasive way to modify unwanted behaviors utilizing color
The Color of Me Movement Modifying Behavior One Color At A Time
By: The Color of Me Movement
According to the Center for Disease Control and the National Alliance on Mental Illness about 20% of our youth under the age of 18 have or will have a mental health issue. These issues include but are not limited to ADHD, Autism, Asperger's, Anxiety, OCD, ODD, Food Aversion, Depression, Tourette's Syndrome, and Giftedness with ADHD and OCD thoughts and behaviors. Unfortunately, children lack the ability to demonstrate positive change through other therapeutic measures and cannot communicate their feelings. If we are not able to address behavior and emotional problems in children, these behaviors will negatively affect their adulthood in the form of substance abuse, suicidal thoughts, and antisocial behaviors.
The Color of Me Movement begins with an informational research-based guidebook in a series of self-help and parent assisted work books on several types of childhood behavior and emotional disorders. It is paired with journals to help parents, caregivers, and professionals document behaviors and emotions in children as they improve. This series also includes Focus Point Art designed with specific behavior and emotional disorders in mind.
If you are a parent or work with children with behavior and emotional issues you will want to make this movement a part of your self-help collection. " The Color of Me Movement provides its readers with an avenue to help change negative behaviors by introducing a healthy stimulus in the child's personal space via appropriate color palette. It has no participation requirement for the child allowing more natural facilitation in the process of changing negative behavior" Dr. Felton
Dr. Felton is a therapeutic coach working with individuals, families, and professionals. She has as Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Walden University, a Masters in Human Relations from the University of Oklahoma, and a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from the University of Maryland. She is the CEO of Felton International Therapeutic Coaching, an author, and completed her dissertation on the Effects that Domestic Violence has on Children Who Witness Abuse. Dr. Felton is a senior adjunct professor of psychology, a USMC disabled veteran, and has worked as a psychotherapist providing Cognitive Behavior Therapy to children and young adults with behavior and emotional issues.
Visit us at http://www.thecolorofmemovement.com
Book Release April 7, 2018
Dr. Nicole' L. Felton, Ph.D. CTC, CPC, CVDC
Angola, Indiana and Ft. Wayne Surrounding Areas
Dr. Nicole' Felton, Ph.D. CTC, CPC, CVDC