Recovery A to Z is the perfect reference book for anyone in a twelve-step program or who is interested in learning more about twelve-step recovery. This user-friendly compendium explains and defines words, phrases, and slogan commonly used in recovery programs. It is designed to give those new to twelve-step recovery and friends and family members of persons in recovery a starting point to learning about the language of recovery. Those who have been in the program for a while can also develop or expand their own understanding of many of the terms used in meetings and program literature. It will make a great gift for your "newcomer sponsee." Not sure what a "newcomer sponsee" is? Then you definitely need to get this book!
|Publisher:||Central Recovery Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Tony Greco is an author in long-term recovery who has experience working with others in chronic pain with co-occurring addiction. He graduated from Pepperdine University and is a doctoral student in clinical psychology, specializing in somatic psychology. As admissions director and vice president of business development for an inpatient addiction and chronic pain rehabilitation facility, he has worked with medical and addiction professionals in the development and implementation of chronic pain programs.As advance representative for the Governor of California he was liaison for the governor's office to His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama. Greco is dedicated to the practice of meditation, yoga, self-defense training, exercise, working with others, and to the study and practice of continued personal growth and integration of the body, mind, and spirit. He resides in Los Angeles, California
Nancy A. Schenck is a writer and editor in long-term recovery and has more than twenty-one years of publishing experience. She worked at Random House in New York for ten years and then moved to Los Angeles where she worked as an editor of a magazine for a nonprofit organization. She is currently the Executive Editor of Central Recovery Press (CRP), an independent publisher located in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Her first book, Tails of Recovery: Addicts and the Pets That Love Them (Central Recovery Press, 2009) is a story for all animal lovers as well as persons in recovery. She is a co-author of Recovery A to Z: A Handbook of Twelve-Step Key Terms and Phrases (Central Recovery Press, 2009).
Schenck lives in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Helen H. Moore is a writer and editor in long-term recovery. Helen has authored more than seventeen titles, including the bestselling A Poem a Day, for Scholastic Professional Books and numerous other works for such publishers as Scholastic, Mondo, Concordia, Publications International, and Peter Pauper Press. She has worked and written for publications such as Newsday and the New York Daily News, Home Office Computing, Instructor magazine, and Teaching Pre-K–8. She is the author of The Secret of Willow Ridge: Gabe's Dad Finds Recovery (Central Recovery Press, February 2010), The Soul Workout: Getting and Staying Spiritually Fit (Central Recovery Press, May 2010), and co-author of Recovery A to Z: A Handbook of Twelve-Step Key Terms and Phrases (Central Recovery Press, 2009).
Moore lives in Las Vegas, Nevada.