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CENTRAL RECOVERY PRESS (CRP) is a full-service publishing and intellectual property clearinghouse specializing in addiction treatment and recovery and behavioral health care topics. Our publications are written specifically for recovering individuals and their families; addiction and other behavioral health professionals; treatment facilities; and engaged members of the general public. At CRP, behavioral health refers to the reciprocal relationship between human behavior and mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being. Achieving and maintaining balance within these four essential life domains provides a framework for healthy, purposeful living and offers practical solutions to many of lifeâ€™s problems. Our mission is to shed light on the age-old stigma associated with addiction, treatment, and recovery, and shift the prevailing understanding of addiction toward a paradigm of one disease with many manifestations, thereby offering a broader view of recovery to a broader and more diverse audience. We are committed to offering exceptional published material on this critically important subject, and we accomplish this with content that is original and inspiring, utilizing a distribution model that includes everything from traditional bound books to the latest in broadcasting and web technologies.
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Reflections to Heal Your Spirit
CLAUDIA BLACK, PHD, ILLUSTRATED BY LYNNE ADAMSON
Empower your life! Recovery pioneer Claudia Black, PhD is a renowned addiction and codependency expert, author, and trainer internationally recognized for her groundbreaking and cutting-edge work with family systems and addictive disorders. Her latest work is an inspiring collection of healing messages that offer comfort, encouragement, and hope to those who have suffered loss or survived a painful childhood or traumatic event in their lives, including addiction—whether their own or that of a loved one. Illuminated with vibrant, evocative illustrations by Nevada artist Lynne Adamson, Claudia Black’s transformative insights provide many moments for daily reflection on issues such as trust, denial, self-acceptance, forgiveness, and faith. These reflections provide moments for daily meditation, allowing the deeper truth of the words on the page to take root in the reader’s consciousness.
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Treats recovery as a holistic concept, so this book is perfect for those in recovery from any manifestation of the disease, from chemical dependency, disorders of conduct, and process addictions, to overcoming childhood trauma. A perfect gift for anyone who is seeking selfactualization and spiritual improvement.
FALL 2011 NEW TITLES
The Truth Begins with You
November 2011 Self-Help/Recovery/Trauma ISBN-13: 978-1-936290-61-1 ISBN-10: 1-936290-61-8 4½ x 6½, 200 pages, paperback $17.95 US
Media-savvy, bestselling author with international profile National promotion in mind/ body/spirit broadcast and print media National print advertising campaign
CLAUDIA BLACK, PHD serves on the Advisory Board for the National Association of Children of Alcoholics, and the Advisory Council of the Moyer Foundation. She is the Senior Clinical and Family Services Advisor for Central Recovery Treatment and Senior Editorial Advisor for Central Recovery Press. Dr. Black is the author of fifteen books, including It Will Never Happen to Me and Changing Course.
FALL 2011 NEW TITLES
Picking Up the Pieces without Picking Up A Guidebook through Victimization for People in Recovery JENNIFER STORM MS, LPC, LSATP
A compassionate guidebook for rebuilding your life without returning to addictive behaviors. Author Jennifer Storm offers a caring voice and expert guidance for those struggling with victimization and addiction, and also provides a valuable resource for professionals in the treatment field and the criminal justice system. Picking Up the Pieces exposes a problem facing thousands in recovery today. Being victimized by crime can be a life-altering, traumatic experience—one that can divert the course of recovery, pitching many back into the throes of addiction.
October 2011 Self-Help/Recovery/Trauma ISBN-13: 978-1-936290-64-2 ISBN-10: 1-936290-64-2 6 x 9, 200 pages, paperback $15.95 US
Rebuilding one’s life after the devastation of trauma, while preventing relapse and promoting healing, is not easy. Through guided exercises, journaling, recovery reminders, and other helpful tools, readers will be empowered to move through their victimization with grace and strength.
Key Features Multi-city Mid-Atlantic author book tour
The only book to specifically address the healing process for victims of crime or trauma who are in recovery from addiction.
The author is in long-term recovery from addiction and is a nationally recognized victims’ rights advocate.
$25,000 marketing budget Co-op available
JENNIFER STORM is the executive director of the Victim/ Witness Assistance Program in Harrisburg, PA and the former full-time director of the Statewide Pennsylvania Rights Coalition, where she was instrumental in the passing of inclusive hate crime legislation. She is the author of Blackout Girl: Growing Up and Drying Out in America and Leave the Light On: A Memoir of Recovery and Self-Discovery.
A Practical Approach
STEVE MCCORD, MFT AND ANGIE MCCORD, CC
Build harmonious partnerships and avoid common stumbling blocks. We all want our relationships to be healthy—but who knows how to make that happen? Husbandand-wife authors Steve and Angie McCord, a couple with more than twenty years each in recovery, share with you the sound guidance and spiritual exercises that have helped their own relationship grow and thrive.
FALL 2011 NEW TITLES
A Spiritual Path to a Healthy Relationship
This book provides effective tools and solutions for achieving the relationships you desire, including •
Envisioning the qualities you want in a mate and identifying “must-haves” and “deal-breakers.”
Transitioning from self-reliance to partnership.
Nurturing positive communication, gratitude, and spiritual connection.
Applying prayer and meditation for a more peaceful relationship.
October 2011 Self-Help/Relationships ISBN-13: 978-1-936290-65-9 ISBN-10: 1-936290-65-0 6 x 9, 200 pages, paperback $15.95 US
Regional book tour
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An in-depth, yet conversational book that covers a wide variety of relationship topics. Uses a series of vignettes, alternating the authors’ voices to illustrate and unify both male and female perspectives.
Professional convention appearances and workshops Print advertising campaign in Counselor Magazine
STEVE MCCORD is a licensed marriage and family therapist who has provided counseling to individuals, couples, and families since 1991. ANGIE MCCORD is a certified life coach specializing in personal and professional relationships. They bring their avid quest for spiritual growth to their professional lives and have been actively involved in the recovery community for more than twenty and thirty years, respectively.
FALL 2011 NEW TITLES
A Father’s Journey from Addiction to Redemption TIM ELHAJJ MS, LPC, LSATP
Once lost to addiction, a father finds a new life and a second chance with his son. Alternately heartwarming and inspiring, Dopefiend proves the adage that the disease of addiction tears families apart, but that recovery can put families back together again. Gritty and graphic, Dopefiend will touch your heart and make you smile. Fathers, mothers, and families of those in recovery, and anyone who enjoys a well-written, sympathetic, and relatable memoir of triumph over adversity will find something to cheer about in this recovery tale.
September 2011 Addiction/Family Relationships ISBN-13: 978-1-936290-63-5 ISBN-10: 1-936290-63-4 6 x 9, 224 pages, paperback $16.95 US
Told with humor and humility, Tim Elhajj’s story will find a receptive audience among those who have tried their best to be a good parent under the most difficult circumstances—those imposed by the consequences of their own poor decisions. Tim’s difficulties and triumphs will endear him to readers in and out of recovery alike.
Key Features $25,000 marketing budget 10 city West Coast regional book tour Co-op available
Offers a look at what it means to “go to any length” for one’s recovery.
Inspiring—a perfect gift for men in recovery, especially non-custodial fathers who need reassurance and hope.
TIM ELHAJJ is a writer in long-term recovery living in the the Pacific Northwest. Prior to moving west, Tim lived in New York City where he earned a BA from Hunter College. Tim’s creative nonfiction essays have appeared in The New York Times, The Yalobusha Review, Brevity, and Sweet. He and his wife are the founding editors of an online literary magazine called Junk, a literary fix.
MEL POHL, MD, FASAM
The solution to chronic pain is within you. Consider this: the problem of chronic pain is a plague that blights the lives of millions of Americans—in fact, pain is the number-one reason Americans consult their doctors each year. Until now, the number-one solution to this problem has been opioid painkillers—overdoses of which are second only to car accidents as the cause of accidental deaths in this country. Clearly, pain is a problem, but our current “number-one” solution seems to be no solution at all. Pain is a pandemic with no end in sight.
FALL 2011 NEW TITLES
A Day without Pain
But we can do better. A Day without Pain is the title, as well as the goal of this newly revised edition. Enhanced and updated with the latest research, Dr. Pohl’s book focuses on a comprehensive approach to living with chronic pain rather than attempting to obliterate all pain with ever-increasing doses of potentially dangerous and addictive drugs.
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Examines underused but effective methods for treating pain without the use of narcotic/ opioid painkillers, so that optimal health and function can be restored.
Addresses the issues of abuse and addiction many chronic pain sufferers experience as a result of treatment with opioid medications.
August 2011 Self-Help/General/Substance Abuse and Addictions ISBN-13: 978-1-936290-62-8 ISBN-10: 1-936290-62-6 6 x 9, 248 pages, paperback $15.95 US
$25,000 marketing budget 12 city satellite radio tour National print advertising campaign Professional convention and workshop appearances
MEL POHL, MD, FASAM is a well-known and respected addiction specialist with more than thirty years of experience treating addiction and addiction-related conditions. Dr. Pohl was a key force in developing the successful Las Vegas Recovery Center Chronic Pain Recovery Program. He has the honor of appearing on the 2011–2012 Best Doctors in America list for the second year in a row.
FALL 2011 NEW TITLES
Above and Beyond
365 Meditations for Transcending Chronic Pain and Illness J.S. DORIAN, LPC, LSATP
A spiritual approach for transcending chronic pain and illness. A solution-oriented guide that provides a daily dose of meditation to ease the burden of those whose lives include conditions such as cancer, hepatitis, AIDS, or any other persistent, chronic condition—including addiction.
January 2012 Meditation/Chronic Pain ISBN-13: 978-1-936290-66-6 ISBN-10: 1-936290-66-9 5½ x 7½, 400 pages, paperback $15.95 US
Beloved author J.S. Dorian shares insights gained from his lifetime of experience with chronic pain and illness, combined with what he has learned from his twelve-step recovery program. His earlier book, A Day at a Time, has provided inspiration to countless readers since its publication in 1976. Above and Beyond offers helpful suggestions for transforming one’s life with chronic pain or illness into one of purpose, growth, and acceptance. By learning from the author’s experience, anyone can transcend his or her chronic condition.
Print advertising campaign in Counselor Magazine
Original meditations, keyed to the struggles and challenges faced by those with chronic illness/pain.
Ties in with CRP titles A Day without Pain and Pain Recovery: How to Find Balance and Reduce Suffering from Chronic Pain. Supports and enhances readers’ chronic pain and chronic illness management.
J.S. DORIAN has survived malignant melanoma and coronary artery bypass surgery, and is meeting the daily challenges of lupus and osteoarthritis. He has been in recovery since 1970; he chooses to remain anonymous in accordance with twelve-step recovery program principles. J.S. Dorian is a pseudonym.
Developing a Healthy GPS (Guy Picking System) DAWN MASLAR, MS
A witty and sensible guide for women who want to stop wasting time, energy, and emotion falling for the wrong men. After a lifetime of dating “Mr. Wrong” or settling for “Mr. Right-Now,” women who are serious about finding their “heart’s desire” will appreciate and benefit from the easy-to-follow suggestions in this book. From Heartbreak to Heart’s Desire offers a lighthearted look at dating disasters most single women will relate to, coupled with a practical plan for changing course.
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH MEMOIR
From Heartbreak to Heart’s Desire
“From Heartbreak to Heart’s Desire is a thoughtful and solidly recommended read that shouldn’t be missed.” –Midwest Book Review ISBN-13: 978-0-9818482-6-6 • 6 x 9 • 200 pages • paperback • $14.95 US
When You’ve Lost Your Self in Someone Else NANCY L. JOHNSTON, MS, LPC, LSATP
An inspiring and practical guide for people seeking emotional freedom within relationships. Emotional over-involvement in relationships can throw otherwise well-functioning people out of balance. Thoughts become focused on the other person in ways that are unhealthy, commonly leading to feelings of anxiety, helplessness, depression, anger, and resentment. Disentangle provides a solution-oriented approach to identifying and healing from over-involvement or “entanglement” in relationships with others. “Disentangle is an extremely valuable guidebook.” –Hon. Judge Moody Buckner ISBN-13: 978-1-936290-03-1 • 6 x 9 • 284 pages • paperback • $15.95 US
An Ever-Changing Perspective MARK EDICK
How one man changed his understanding of what it means to be normal and how you, too, can redefine your own normal. Follow along as author Mark Edick presents a narrative examination of his understanding of addiction and his journey to discover how to live a healthy, meaningful, and normal life. His downto-earth approach and exploration of self-defeating thought processes offer an alternative perspective to those who struggle with the stigma associated with the disease of addiction. “Thought provoking and enlightening, Becoming Normal is a top and very highly recommended pick.” –Midwest Book Review ISBN-13: 978-0-9818482-1-1 • 6 x 9 • 208 pages • paperback • $14.95 US
The Mindful Addict
A Memoir of the Awakening of a Spirit TOM CATTON
An extraordinary journey from hopeless addict to spiritual teacher. In the mid-sixties, Tom Catton searched for meaning by experimenting with drugs—but instead of the spiritual connection he sought, Catton found himself hooked in the web of addiction and consumed by feelings of separation. In this earnest, insightful book, Catton, now in long-term recovery, describes how he transcended his challenges through the study of meditation and introspection. Along the way, he journeyed across the world, meeting remarkable “teachers,” like the magnetic Flobird, who became his mentor, his spiritual guide, and his friend. She inhabits the pages of this book, along with other singular world figures Catton met in his sojourn, including the Dalai Lama and Mother Teresa. ISBN-13: 978-0-9818482-7-3 • 6 x 9 • 240 pages • paperback • $18.95 US
Motorcycles, Fellowship, and Personal Journeys JAMES HESKETH
A celebration of motorcycle culture and of lives recovered from active addiction.
Riding a Straight and Twisty Road
Author and avid motorcyclist James Hesketh takes you with him on the “straight and twisty” road he’s traveled from addiction to recovery—his motorcycle with him every inch of the way. Drawing from archival information, cultural references, and interviews, Hesketh chronicles the changing history of motorcycle culture and provides insights recorded on his recent cross-country journey. A unique exploration of where twelve-step and motorcyling culture meet, this book is a fascinating journey, not just for those who ride, but for anyone interested in recovery. ISBN-13: 978-1-936290-05-5 • 6 x 9 • 224 pages • paperback • $15.95 US
Leave the Light On
A Memoir of Recovery and Self-Discovery JENNIFER STORM
A young woman reveals her harrowing—and ultimately victorious—recovery journey. Jennifer Storm’s first highly acclaimed memoir, Blackout Girl: Growing Up and Drying Out in America, tells the haunting story of her downward spiral into addiction. But against all odds, she survived, and ultimately thrived. Now, Leave the Light On offers a deeper look into Jennifer’s inspiring story of survival and transformation. With fearless honesty, she chronicles her journey as she embarked upon a new life in recovery. “Although the still-young Storm undoubtedly will face future trials, her book’s happy ending satisfies. Many may find solace and inspiration in it.” –Booklist ISBN-13: 978-0-9818482-2-8 • 6 x 9 • 240 pages • paperback • $14.95 US
Meditations for Pain Recovery TONY GRECO
You know pain…now find peace. Here is a must-have resource to aid in recovery from chronic pain with co-occuring or underlying addiction, making use of twelve-step principles and the four points of balance in a holistic, contemplative manner. In this beautfully written, thoughtful book, author Tony Greco brings together helpful lessons learned during his own recovery when he used the established techniques of chronic pain treatment explored in the books A Day without Pain and Pain Recovery: How to Find Balance and Reduce Suffering from Chronic Pain. ISBN-13: 978-0-9818482-8-0 • 5½ x 7½ • 400 pages • paperback • $16.95 US
How to Find Balance and Reduce Suffering from Chronic Pain MEL POHL, MD, FASAM; FRANK SZABO, JR, LADC; DANIEL SHIODE, PHD; AND ROBERT HUNTER, PHD
Not just a treatment for chronic pain but a lifestyle that encompasses the mind, body, emotions, and spirit. Written by a distinguished team of authors experienced in various areas of chronic pain management and addiction treatment, this comprehensive workbook was developed for anyone struggling with chronic pain and dependence on opioids or other painkillers. The four authors offer proven techniques, lessons, and exercises to reduce pain based on a successful, opioid-free chronic pain rehabilitation program that has helped change the lives of many chronic pain sufferers. ISBN-13: 978-0-9799869-9-4 • 8 ³⁄₈ x 10 ³⁄₈ • 200 pages • paperback • $20.95 US
THE EDITORS OF CENTRAL RECOVERY PRESS
This specialized journal promotes healing by offering those with chronic pain the perfect space to express their thoughts and feelings about the pain-recovery process.
My Pain Recovery Journal
Designed to be a companion piece to the Central Recovery Press title Pain Recovery: How to Find Balance and Reduce Suffering from Chronic Pain, this journal gives those with chronic pain a therapeutic tool for recording thoughts, expressing feelings, and tracking progress. Features recovery-oriented writing prompts and twelve-step based motivational messages to enhance the pain-recovery process. ISBN-13: 978-0-9799869-7-0 • 6 x 9 • 200 pages • paperback • $19.95 US
Pain Recovery for Families
How to Find Balance When Someone Else’s Chronic Pain Becomes Your Problem Too MEL POHL, MD, FASAM; FRANK SZABO, JR, LADC; DANIEL SHIODE, PHD; AND ROBERT HUNTER, PHD
Vital information and guidance for anyone struggling with the realities of a loved one’s chronic pain. Even a well-functioning family is likely to be thrown out of balance when one of its members has chronic pain. Family members commonly report experiencing feelings of guilt, helplessness, depression, anxiety, and resentment. Yet their suffering is often overlooked. In many cases the pain sufferer’s problematic use of painkillers adds to the family’s confusion and distress. This guide provides a solution-oriented approach for family members to maintain a healthy life balance while providing support to someone with chronic pain. ISBN-13: 978-0-9818482-3-5 • 8 ³⁄₈ x 10 ³⁄₈ • 200 pages • paperback • $20.95 US
Building Assets in Recovery DENISE D. CROSSON, PHD
Beautifully written reflective narratives address assets that help build character as the “old way” of living is shed. A thoughtful collection that offers fresh perspective on topics such as commitment, devotion, forgiveness, and integrity, to name but a few. Uses quotes from various sources to describe how the principles embodied in the Twelve Steps can enrich an individual’s life. This is the perfect way to recharge one’s recovery, whether it is relatively new or long-term. Those who live with, work with, and/or love someone in recovery will also find solace and inspiration in this little gem that provides a powerful read. ISBN-13: 978-0-9799869-2-5 • 5 x 71/4 • 128 pages • paperback • $12.95 US
Guide Me in My Recovery
Prayers for Times of Joy and Times of Trial THE REVEREND JOHN T. FARRELL, PHD
When the words won’t come, this book can help. Featuring prayers for the challenges of modern life (e.g., prayers to help go through a divorce, prayers of gratitude, prayers for weddings, prayers to help with grief and loss, and many more), as well as ageless prayers and inspired by traditional devotions, Guide Me in My Recovery contains words of wisdom that can be used by anyone, but especially by those in twelve-step recovery seeking to enrich and expand their conscious contact with their higher power. Special Hardcover Gift Edition Available ISBN-13: 978-1-936290-02-4 • $19.95 US
ISBN-13: 978-1-936290-00-0 • 4½ x 6½ • 214 pages • paperback • $12.95 US
Addicts and the Pets That Love Them NANCY A. SCHENCK
A poignant collection of first-person accounts by recovering addicts of the hope and healing that pets have provided to them.
Tails of Recovery
Tails of Recovery contains moving stories from recovering addicts about how the unconditional love of their pets brought them from the horrors of active addiction to a life filled with hope and healing. These stories are tied together with insightful commentary by author Nancy Schenck, herself a pet lover and longterm recovering addict. This book is for anyone—in recovery or not—who wants to experience the deep and spiritual connectedness that the love of a pet provides. Foreword Magazine’s Book of the Year Award Winner, Gold (Pets Category) ISBN-13: 978-0-9799869-6-3 • 6 x 9 • 175 pages • hardcover • $19.95 US
The Soul Workout
Getting and Staying Spiritually Fit HELEN H. MOORE
A fresh look at strengthening your spiritual fitness through simple and thoughtful actions. We know what physical fitness looks like and what it takes to achieve it. Spiritual fitness is a bit tougher to define, but it’s not so tough to achieve. Like its physical counterpart, it just requires some willingness and a little coaching. The latter is what The Soul Workout provides. Author Helen H. Moore shares the no-nonsense directions she gleaned from her journey in twelve-step recovery. Practicing these simple actions brought her soul to life, and along with prayers and meditation, has improved her conscious contact with her higher power (and continues to do so). ISBN-13: 978-0-9799869-8-7 • 5 x 71/4 • 128 pages • paperback • $12.95 US
REFERENCE AND JOURNALS
My First Year in Recovery A Journal for the Journey
THE EDITORS OF CENTRAL RECOVERY PRESS
The perfect way for people in recovery to capture the first year of their new life. More than just a journal, this book encourages individuals in their first year of recovery to examine various aspects of their journey. Makes a great gift for recovery sponsors to give to their sponsees. ISBN-13: 978-0-9818482-4-2 7½ x 9 • 160 pages • hardcover • $19.95 US
My Five-Year Recovery Planner Looking to the Future, One Day at a Time THE EDITORS OF CENTRAL RECOVERY PRESS
Reinforces the benefit of “doing the footwork,” and working toward the result one desires. This self-help guidebook is unique because you create it yourself. Complete with journaling prompts, fun checklists, art ideas, and more, here is a key to unlock your inner resources—one that will help you build your future on a strong foundation of recovery. ISBN-13: 978-0-9818482-9-7 7½ x 9 • 160 pages • hardcover • $19.95 US
Recovery A to Z
A Handbook of Twelve-Step Key Terms and Phrases THE EDITORS OF CENTRAL RECOVERY PRESS
An invaluable resource for those new, and not so new, to the language of recovery. The perfect reference book and a must-have for anyone interested in twelve-step recovery. This edition is updated with the latest information to make the sometimes confusing vernacular of recovery easy to understand for newcomers (and old timers as well).
ISBN-13: 978-1-936290-04-8 6 x 9 • 256 pages • paperback • $15.95 US
JAYE ANDRAS CAFFREY • ILLUSTRATIONS BY LYNNE ADAMSON
A lively, enchanting story that wonderfully captures the daily ups and downs of being a child with AD/HD.
First Star I See
Welcome to the world of Paige Bradley, a bright, mischievous fourth grader with a big goal and a small problem. Paige desperately wants to meet her TV idol, Dr. Kelsey Strongheart—and she has a chance to do it. Only one thing stands in her way: Paige herself. The winner of a school writing contest will earn a meeting with Dr. Strongheart, and Paige knows she can write the winning entry—if she could just focus her attention on her paper instead of following her runaway imagination into daydreams that threaten to wreck her chances. Can Paige overcome her AD/HD in time to achieve her goal? ISBN-13: 978-1-936290-01-7 • 5½ x 8½ • 160 pages • paperback • $12.95 US
The Secret of Willow Ridge Gabe’s Dad Finds Recovery
HELEN H. MOORE • ILLUSTRATIONS BY JOHN BLACKFORD
Addresses emotional and social issues children of addicts face through an engaging and contemporary story. Bestselling children’s author Helen H. Moore takes young readers on a journey with Gabe, a likeable tenyear-old who is reeling from the effects of his father’s addiction. But Gabe is about to embark on a hopeful journey that leads him to take pride in his dad’s greatest accomplishment: recovery. The shame and isolation felt by the family members of addicts are explored as Gabe learns important lessons about the disease of addiction, its widespread nature, and its solution. ISBN-13: 978-0-9818482-0-4 • 5½ x 8½ • 128 pages • paperback • $12.95 US
Mommy’s Gone to Treatment
DENISE D. CROSSON, PHD • ILLUSTRATED BY MIKE MOTZ
Janey and her family face the complexities of addiction. Addiction is a devastating disease not only to the person who suffers from it, but also to family members. It’s hard enough to explain to an adult how addiction can affect an individual—just imagine what a child must think when a parent suddenly goes from a loving and nurturing mother to a screaming stranger. This book is about Janey and how she learns about her mother’s disease. Written in easy-to-understand language with brightly colored illustrations, Mommy’s Gone to Treatment addresses some of the issues children face when a parent seeks help. ISBN-13: 978-0-9799869-1-8 • 8 x 8 • 44 pages • paperback • $14.95 US
Mommy smiled at Janey and said, “I missed you so much too, and I’m very glad you are here. I’m not sure yet when I’ll be coming home. I need to be here until the doctor thinks I can stay healthy on my own.”
Janey looked at Mommy. She looked at her face, her arms, her legs, and her body. Janey couldn’t see anything wrong. Mommy looked just fine. “You look okay to me. I can’t see where you’re sick. Where are you sick, Mommy?”
Mommy’s Coming Home from Treatment DENISE D. CROSSON, PHD • ILLUSTRATED BY MIKE MOTZ
Janey learns about recovery after addiction treatment. In this sequel to Mommy’s Gone to Treatment, Janey learns to face some of the challenges her family must confront as they adjust to their new way of life. Includes a parent’s guide to help talk with children about what happens after a parent or loved one returns from addiction treatment. ISBN-13: 978-0-9799869-4-9 • 8 x 8 • 44 pages • paperback • $14.95 US
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