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Mindfulness & Well-Being

This guide is dedicated to providing mindfulness and well-being resources for a variety of academic areas.


Suggested Readings.

Bergen-cico, D., Razza, R., & Timmins, A. (2015). Fostering self-regulation through curriculum infusion of mindful yoga: A pilot study of efficacy and feasibility. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 24(11), 3448-3461. 

Dafoe, T., & Stermac, L. (2013). Mindfulness Meditation as an Adjunct Approach to Treatment Within the Correctional System. Journal Of Offender Rehabilitation, 52(3), 198. doi:10.1080/10509674.2012.752774

Fishbein, D., Miller, S., Herman-stahl, M., Williams, J., Lavery, B., Markovitz, L., . . . Johnson, M. (2016). Behavioral and psychophysiological effects of a yoga intervention on high-risk adolescents: A randomized control trial. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 25(2), 518-529. 

Himelstein, S. (2011). A mixed method study of a mindfulness-based intervention on incarcerated youth (Order No. 3390411). Available from Criminal Justice Database; Criminal Justice Database. (305251666). 

Hueston, J. H. (2015, Fall). The mindful court: meditation for substance abusers. Criminal Justice, 30(3), 36+.

Kelley, T., & Lambert, E. (n.d). Mindfulness as a Potential Means of Attenuating Anger and Aggression for Prospective Criminal Justice Professionals. Mindfulness, 3(4), 261-274.

Kim, S. H., Schneider, S. M., Kravitz, L., Mermier, C., & Burge, M. R. (2013). Mind-body practices for posttraumatic stress disorder. Journal of Investigative Medicine, 61(5), 827. 

Pereira, B. (2015). Mindfulness. Professional Manager, 52-55.

Witkiewitz, K., Warner, K., Sully, B., Barricks, A., Stauffer, C., Thompson, B., & Luoma, J. (2014). Randomized Trial Comparing Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention with Relapse Prevention for Women Offenders at a Residential Addiction Treatment Center. Substance Use & Misuse, 49(5), 536-546.