Children with Emerald Eyes: Histories of Extraordinary Boys & Girls
Mira Rothenberg pioneered both the clinical distinction and treatment protocol for autistic and severely disturbed children as separate from those for the mentally retarded. Winner of a Woman of the Year award from the New York City Chamber of Commerce and the National Organization for Mentally Ill Children, she eloquently recounts a lifetime of taking on seemingly hopeless cases and bringing these children, through painstaking therapy and love, back into the world. Unflinchingly honest, whether dealing with the raw pain of her patients' lives or with Rothenberg's own complex feelings for them, Children with Emerald Eyes explores the landscape of mental illness while never losing sight of the humanity within each patient.
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life changing bookUser Review - widefront - Borders
I first read this book in 1979 and it had a profound effect on my life. It helped me decide that I wanted to work with wounded children. Over the years, I've read it so may times it eventually fell apart. Now that I have the updated version. Read it now!!! Read full review
This book was fucking A M A Z I N G. The way she writes and describes in detaiil is moving and so touching, this is defiantly my favorite book. Viewing children with these illnesses are eye opening and its a look on how children view or world.
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