Deborah Derman

Deborah Derman, Ph.D., is a grief and bereavement counselor, group facilitator, and educator who has been providing counseling services for more than 20 years. In addition to providing grief therapy, she gives professional lectures, training, and workshops in the areas of grief, bereavement, and recovery. She received her doctorate in Psychoeducational Processes from Temple University. She is the author of the adult coloring book Colors of Loss and Healing. She lives in Philadelphia, PA.

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About Colors of Loss and Healing:

Colors of Loss and Healing is the first coloring book designed specifically for adults experiencing a significant loss or challenge in their lives. Through 35 words, one on each page embedded in lavish illustrations, the book provides a sort of guided meditation and a quiet, contemplative activity to ponder a proven path toward healing and recovery.

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