Pathfinding Through Multiple Personality: A Comprehensive Treatment Handbook for Dissociative Identity Disorder presents a panoramic, comprehensible approach to the treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder, from pre-diagnosis through (and beyond) final integration, covering, in detail, all stages along the way. The tone of this handbook is meticulously and painstakingly didactic. All the material and lines of approach presented herein are experientially derived from clinical work. With this book in hand a practitioner, whether seasoned or novice, stands a reasonable chance of being able to facilitate salutary outcomes for this very compelling and demanding treatment population. Also of note, the Handbook contains an orienting chapter featuring sections on trance and dissociation. The dynamics of these seminal concepts are presented in broad generic terms. These seasoned perspectives and the clinical techniques that build on them contribute to the establishing of lines of resonance between therapist and client, a "must" for successful treatment. The Handbook is also written for all those who, while perhaps not clinically involved with multiplicity, are, nonetheless, students of human consciousness. The Handbook will contribute greatly to an understanding of the remarkable flexations of human consciousness as it responds to traumatic events and, subsequently, to opportunities to heal from them.