A McVety Grant Recipient
Beyond Recovery, lead by Jacqueline Hollows, has already published research demonstrating significant improvement in mental well-being and purpose in life, showing significant reductions in anxiety and anger, and improved behavior in the prison community. I found the behavioral changes seen in these imprisoned human beings to be most striking. How does someone in prison, seemingly without hope of parole, find peace, love and ease again? Check out the research here: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0306624X17735253
Jacqueline Hollows is leading the way in three principles correctional counseling (3PCC) and has received grant funding for future research from The McVety Grant! Congratulations Jacqueline!