By Wesley Crichlow, Janelle Joseph
This ebook demonstrates that replacement methods to legal rehabilitation reach constructing pro-social attitudes and in bettering psychological, actual and non secular wellbeing and fitness for early life and adults in felony and neighborhood settings. using mindfulness is highlighted as a foundational software of self-reflexivity, artistic expression and treatment.
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