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Using Mindfulness for Increasing Provider Capacity to Support Inner City Survivors of Violence
Psychiatry Information in Brief
  • Julianna Andrews, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Stephanie W. Hartwell, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Carl E. Fulwiler, University of Massachusetts Medical School
  • Jeroan J. Allison, University of Massachusetts Medical School
Publication Date
7-2015
Document Type
Psychiatry Issue Brief
Abstract
Mindfulness is recognized as an evidence-based practice that can improve a person’s physical and emotional health and well-being. This research project examined the cultural relevance and potential acceptability of mindfulness practices by front-line providers working with a low-income community of color affected by gun homicide.
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Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0
Keywords
  • Mindfulness,
  • meditation,
  • violence,
  • survivors of violence,
  • service providers
Citation Information
Julianna Andrews, Stephanie W. Hartwell, Carl E. Fulwiler and Jeroan J. Allison. "Using Mindfulness for Increasing Provider Capacity to Support Inner City Survivors of Violence" (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jeroan_allison/212/