Thirsty for Change

Anna Debenham wanted to bring women in prison new perspective, new opportunities and new lives. She knew she had something to share but she couldn't just knock on the door of the prison and ask to be let in. How do you get in any way? Anna stumbled into, or her prayers were heard, when Jacqueline Hollows of Beyond Recovery, asked students at One Thought Institute for a volunteer to work in a men's prison in England. Anna's hand, "shot up" and the course of her life changed forever. After moving to Portland, Oregon a year ago, Anna founded The Insight Alliance, providing three principles correctional counseling to men at Columbia River Correctional Institution and at Santiam Correctional Inst

Can this be true???

A recent peer-reviewed article about Three Principles correctional counseling is turning heads for researchers, psychologists, and criminologists around the world. The research, designed to monitor effects on mental health and behavior of prisoners in an English prison, showed a significant increase in mental well-being, purpose in life and prison behavior. It also demonstrated a significant decrease in depression, anxiety, and anger. The research community is asking the question, “Can this be true?” This is a great question to ask. It means more researchers are finding out about the Three Principles model and more opportunities for further independent testing can arise. At the McVety grant,

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