Alternative Offender Rehabilitation and Social Justice: Arts by Wesley Crichlow, Janelle Joseph

By Wesley Crichlow, Janelle Joseph

This ebook demonstrates that substitute ways to felony rehabilitation reach constructing pro-social attitudes and in bettering psychological, actual and religious wellbeing and fitness for adolescence and adults in felony and group settings. using mindfulness is highlighted as a foundational instrument of self-reflexivity, inventive expression and remedy.

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Lineage 42 Alternative Offender Rehabilitation and Social Justice Project students articulate their improved relationship with stress in various ways: [Lineage Project classes] made my life be more relax and not as stressful as it usually is. (alternative high school student) In my perspective, taking class is the best thing that has ever happened to me. [It] helped me get out of the peer pressures I was going through. The teacher helped me a lot…understanding to calm my body even in difficult times.

In the longer term, such stress-reduction activities and strategies can carry over into young people’s lives outside of class, providing them with methods for reducing stress across the board. Lineage 42 Alternative Offender Rehabilitation and Social Justice Project students articulate their improved relationship with stress in various ways: [Lineage Project classes] made my life be more relax and not as stressful as it usually is. (alternative high school student) In my perspective, taking class is the best thing that has ever happened to me.

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