On December 10th, the training program for people deprived of liberty and their families concluded, with tremendous and lasting results.
“Reconnecting Emotions”, was created and presented by the international expert in neuroscience and emotions, Joe Dispenza, who is also a neurologist, chiropractor, lecturer and author of several books. on self-improvement experiences.
The program lasted three months and was implemented in collaboration with nine States simultaneously via zoom: Chiapas, Chihuahua, Mexico City, Coahuila, State of Mexico, Quintana Roo, Tabasco, Tlaxcala and Zacatecas, in addition to 8 centers in Argentina and 900 people deprived of liberty and some of their families also participated.
Of course, this would not have been possible without the invaluable help and caring support of Dr. Eunice Rendon, who is in charge of “Knockout, don’t throw in the towel” plus “Boxing for Reintegration” and Marcos Arienti who has done an excellent job with “Boxing without Chains” in Argentina, with programs that aim to develop social, psychological and labor tools that allow inmates to reintegrate into society once they are released from prison, as well as reduce the levels of violence within the individual, family and community level, having two main components: sports and psychoemotional.
The program had the aim and practical purpose of supporting people deprived of liberty to understand, improve and work on their pent up emotions, feelings and thoughts, through specialized methodologies and tools provided. . The participants managed to process and work specifically on life skills. They also learned meditation techniques to reduce and avoid risk dynamics and contribute to the social reintegration of those deprived of their liberty, while connecting this work and the reflection carried out. performed in each module with families.
These talks were given by the WBC Ambassador Joe Dispenza, who over the years has been recognized internationally as an expert in new science and who has shared his knowledge, by teaching thousands of people around the world. to reprogram thinking plus philosophy and eliminate destructive habits, in order to achieve vital goals.
The method that Joe uses is based on scientific principles, to offer vital tools and techniques that allow people to really change from the inside out, and thus modify their life results. This time, the program consisted of 7 modules: How we got here?, How can I change? Brain and Body, Hormone stress and stress, How do I stay out? Workshop and meditation practice, Feedback and conclusion..
Dispenza, joins the effort to reinforce reintegration policies involving this wonderful program with the sole purpose of giving people deprived of liberty the opportunity to acquire life skills, mental health tools that allow them to be able to reprogram themselves, developing a better future and preventative actions for those who enter.
Working on the emotions and mental health of those who are in prison is essential to achieve true social reintegration, since these types of programs provide second chances and fresh opportunities for them, plus their families.