Realising Resilience in Trauma Exposed Juvenile Offenders: A Promising New Intervention for Juvenile Justice and Prevention Professionals

Research Paper 4: Thomas M. Kelley & Jack Pransky & Judith A. Sedgeman Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma ISSN 1936-1521 Journ Child Adol Trauma Considerable evidence suggests that untreated childhood trauma is a contributing factor to delinquency and juvenile justice system involvement. This paper describes a promising new intervention for at-risk youth and juvenile…

A Call for New Responses to the Challenge of Teacher Stress Management

Research Paper 3:  Quinn Cashion Stress is an all too common phenomenon in our society today and the negative impact it is having in the workplace and in families is significant.  Today’s teachers are not exempt from this crippling problem.  In fact, teachers are in one of the main fields, the helping profession, that have…

Using the Principle Based Model to Improve Well-Being in School: A Mixed-Methods Pilot Study

Research Paper 2: Dean Rees – Evans; David J. Pevalin SAGE Open April-June 2017: 1–9 © The Author(s) 2017 DOI: 10.1177/2158244017716217 journals.sagepub.com/home/sg School-based interventions aimed at improving well-being and mental health have shown mixed results. The Principle Based Model (PBM) of Mind, Consciousness, and Thought is an untried intervention in English schools and as a…

Building Resilience in Youth: The Efficacy of a Promising New Intervention

Research paper 1: Thomas M. Kelley; Jasmine Alexander; Jack Pransky An experimental design was used to test the efficacy of a new resilience building intervention for children and adolescents grounded in the logic of an understanding known as The Three Principles. Youth in California and Iowa received this intervention while their waitlist control groups participated in…