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By Wesley Crichlow, Janelle Joseph

This e-book demonstrates that substitute methods to felony rehabilitation achieve constructing pro-social attitudes and in enhancing psychological, actual and religious health and wellbeing for adolescence and adults in legal and neighborhood settings. using mindfulness is highlighted as a foundational instrument of self-reflexivity, artistic expression and treatment.

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After leaving a class one day, an ATI client participating in one of his first Lineage Project classes remarked, with a big smile, “I came out of there breathing like I ain’t never breathed before, man, seeing colours like I ain’t never seen before. ” A few months and many classes later, this same young man relayed a story about how what he had learned in the classes had helped him avoid a potentially violent confrontation 46 Alternative Offender Rehabilitation and Social Justice with another man on the streets in his neighbourhood.

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