Using Mindfulness and the Arts

as Non-Violent Alternatives

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Email: eric@umanaphilly.org

Phone: (215) 518.8677

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Resources

Our Partners

The Philadelphia Juvenile Justice Services Center (PJJSC)

https://www.phila.gov/programs/the-philadelphia-juvenile-justice-services-center-pjjsc/

Urban Affairs Coalition

http://www.uac.org/

The Source Farm Foundation and Ecovillage (Jamaica)

https://www.thesourcefarm.com/

Mindfulness Meditation

Mindfulness Meditation and At-Risk Youths

McCabe, John. (2015, July 21). mindful.org.

https://www.mindful.org/mindfulness-meditation-and-at-risk-youths/

The Practice of Mindfulness: Working with At-Risk Youth

Fagin-Allen, Suellen, LMHC. (2011, February 3). goodtherapy.org.

https://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/meditation-juvenile-delinquent-counseling/

The Impact of Mindfulness in the Lives of At-Risk Youth

Buczynski, Ruth, PhD. nicabm.com.

http://www.nicabm.com/mindfulness-impact-on-at-risk-youth/

The Adolescent Brain on Meditation

Monroe, Jamison. (2015, August 18). psychologytoday.com.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-guest-room/201508/the-adolescent-brain-meditation

Capoeira Angola

The Arts

Five Ways Art Leads to Mindfulness

Candela, Rose. (2015, August 21). wanderlust.com

https://wanderlust.com/journal/5-ways-art-leads-to-mindfulness/

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