Nobody's Child

Paperback | June 21, 1992

byMarie Balter, Richard Katz

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Marie Balter's courageous story of hope and healing has inspired millions around the country. After spending the first twenty years of her adult life in a mental hospital, she gradually emerged from the terror of the back wards, eventually to attend graduate school at Harvard University and become a leading champion for the mentally ill.

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Balter's courageous story of hope and healing has inspired millions around the country. After spending the first twenty years of her adult life in a mental hospital, she gradually emerged from the terror of the back wards, eventually to attend graduate school at Harvard University and become a champion for the mentally ill

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Marie Balter's courageous story of hope and healing has inspired millions around the country. After spending the first twenty years of her adult life in a mental hospital, she gradually emerged from the terror of the back wards, eventually to attend graduate school at Harvard University and become a leading champion for the mentally il...

Marie Balter, M.Ed. is a writer, lecturer, and advocate for the mentally ill. She is the winner of America's Award, “the ordinary person's Medal of Honor.” Richard Katz, Ph.D. clinical psychologist and anthropologist, is the author of Boiling Energy: Community Healing among the Kalahari Kung. He teaches full time at Saskatchewan Indian...
Format:PaperbackDimensions:240 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 0.55 inPublished:June 21, 1992Publisher:Da Capo Books

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ISBN - 10:0201608162

ISBN - 13:9780201608168

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Balter's courageous story of hope and healing has inspired millions around the country. After spending the first twenty years of her adult life in a mental hospital, she gradually emerged from the terror of the back wards, eventually to attend graduate school at Harvard University and become a champion for the mentally ill