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This is a reflective, educational, and interactive workbook for families with a loved one who suffers with a mental illness. The workbook activities are included in an appendix and may be copied and used in workshops run by families or mental health providers.
Paperback, 139 pages
Published April 1st 2012 by Nancy Pizzo Boucher
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Laura Marchildon
Feb 16, 2017 rated it really liked it
“Replanting Lives Uprooted by Mental Illness: a practical guide for families”, by Nancy Pizzo Boucher

Nancy Pizzo Boucher’s first book, “Getting My Night Vision”, relates to her family’s love and support for her son, who has a serious mental illness, and how their teamwork and strategies helped Clem to become accountable for his own mental wellness and gain his own sense of independence.

“Replanting Lives Uprooted by Mental Illness: a practical guide for families”, Nancy shares those tips and s
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Laura
Oct 10, 2012 rated it really liked it
Nancy Pizzo Boucher is a mother and a teacher with a son who suffers from a mental illness. Her first book, Getting My Night Vision, a collection of essays, poems, stories and notes, reflected the author's painful and insightful journey in helping her son fight mental illness. (Read my review of Getting My Night Vision) This second book, Replanting Lives Uprooted by Mental Illness is a practical guide for families.

It is written in a workbook format with large font that is easy to read and use. I
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Nancy Pizzo Boucher

I am the ninth of thirteen children born into a first generation Italian American family. The importance and value of family has been an enduring force in my life. I taught special education for 24 years in public schools, starting programs for children with behavioral challenges. My responsibilities included screening, observation, and evaluation; developing and implementing go
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