Three Principles

Well-Being Solutions for Life

Other Research

The small amount of previous research on the Three Principles seems to shown interesting results and a number of Universities in the USA* are developing programmes of study based around this understanding. However, there has been very little empirical scientific data to back up the enormous volume of anecdotal information collected by facilitators working in many different fields. It would seem that much data has been collected from Principle based projects but there has been no infrastructure or funding in place to carry out formal analysis.

* The West Virginia Initiative for Innate Health; Washburn University School of Applied Studies Human Services Department and University of Minnesota National Resilience Resource Centre

American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse Banerjee, K, Howard, M, Mansheim K, Beattie M (2007) Comparison of Health Realization and 12-Step Treatment in Women’s Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Programs, The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 33: pp. 207-215 The Journal of Health Psychology Borg, MB Jr (2002) ‘The Avalon Gardens Men's Association: A Community Health Psychology Case’ in The Journal of Health Psychology, 7 (3):pp. 345-357
Journal of Holistic Nursing Halcón, L L, Robertson, C L, Monson, K A, Claypatch, C C (2007) A Theoretical Framework for Using Health Realization to Reduce Stress and Improve Coping in Refugee Communities, Journal of Holistic Nursing, 25 (3): pp. 186-194 Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice Kelley, T M (2003) Preventing Youth Violence through Health Realization, Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 1 (4): pp. 369-387
American Psychological Association Kelley, T M (2004) Positive Psychology and Adolescent Mental Health: False Promise or True Breakthrough?, Adolescence, 39 (154): pp. 257-278 JCCASAC Solomon, B, J The Relationship Between Social Decision Making and Health Realization Programming Among Delinquent and Detained Youth
Educational Resources Information Center Mills, R, Shuford, R (2003) Health Realization: An Innate Resiliency Paradigm for School Psychology, Paper presented at the Hawaii International Conference on Education, Waikiki Beach, Hawaii: pp. 1-14 Tapping Innate Resilience in Today’s Classrooms Mills, R (1997) Tapping Innate Resilience in Today’s Classrooms, Research Practice Newsletter, 5 (1), University of Minnesota
Medical Science Sedgeman, J, Sarwari, A (2006) The Effect of a Health Realization/Innate Health Psychoeducational Seminar on Stress and Anxiety in HIV-Positive Patients, Med Sci Monit, 12 (10): pp. 397-399 Medical Science Sedgeman, A J (2005) Health Realization/Innate Health: Can a Quiet Mind and a Positive Feeling State be Accessible Over the Lifespan Without Stress-Relief Techniques?, Med Sci Monit, 11 (12): pp. 47-52
Child and Youth Care Forum Kelley M, T () Health Realization: A Principle-Based Psychology of Positive Youth Development, in Child and Youth Care Forum Volume 32, Number 1 The Carter Center Marshall, K (1998) Reculturing Systems with Resilience/Health realization, National Resilience Resource Center, The Carter Center
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