About the BookJerry Moe reveals how the healing process transcends the children and has a dramatic impact on the entire family system--especially their parents, giving them a new, deeper commitment to break the multigenerational legacy of addiction.
Book SynopsisAddiction is one of the biggest dilemmas of the 21st century. Jerry Moe, an addictions professional and National Director of Children's Programs at the Betty Ford Center, has spent more than twenty years treating people and families in recovery. In his latest book, Moe has assembled a rich and wide-reaching collection of poignant stories and humorous anecdotes about children and teens who are navigating their way through the healing process. Whether as victims of parents going through the drug addiction recovery, or as addicts themselves, Moe shows how youths can cope through simple techniques and tools he's learned from years of experience as one of the key and nationally known professionals in addiction.
About the AuthorJerry Moe (Palm Desert, CA) serves as the National Director of Children's Programs at the Betty Ford Center in Rancho Mirage, California, and is an advisory board member of the National Association for Children of Alcoholics. A lecturer and trainer, Moe founded the Children's Place Program in Redwood City, California.