Psychiatry Issue Brief
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.
Andrews, J., Hartwell, S. W., Fulwiler, C. E., & Allison, J. J. (2015). Using Mindfulness for Increasing Provider Capacity to Support Inner City Survivors of Violence. Psychiatry Information in Brief, 12 (3). Retrieved from http://escholarship.umassmed.edu/pib/vol12/iss3/1
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Mindfulness, meditation, violence, survivors of violence, service providers