Meditation and Mindfulness: Treatment for Incarcerated Women

Women worldwide continue to have higher rates of serious mental illness, depression, and PTSD when compared to their male counterparts (Tolin & Foa, 2006). Issues of poverty, socioeconomic disadvantage, and discrimination exacerbate the risk for mental health problems with...

School Of Public Health To Test Yoga-Based Program For Youth In Justice System

The School of Public Health at Georgia State University has received a grant of more than $700,000 to develop and test a mindfulness-based yoga program to provide young people in juvenile justice facilities with coping skills and reduce the recidivism rate. Click here to continue...

Award-Winning Author Doug Carnine’s Latest Book Proves That Mindfulness And Meditation Can Transform The Lives Of Prisoners

Carnine’s book relates the stories of four prisoners who achieve transcendence using mindfulness, meditation and the blessings of kindness.   Click here to read the article in Digital Journal.

Day of Meditation, Prayer & Action for Jarvis Masters Jan 26

Words from Pema Chodron: I believe in Jarvis Master’ innocence. This is not simply because of my love for him, but my certainty is based on having heard much of the evidence. When I asked a judge that I know to look at the Writ of Habeas Corpus findings, his unofficial...
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