The author became interested in spirituality and rehabilitation during her summer 1999 employment at the Pennsylvania State Correctional Institute-Graterford and as a legal intern in the law firm of Woody and Falkenbach, which specializes in criminal defense work, during the summers of 1991 to 1998. The article focuses on the role of spirituality in rehabilitation processes in correctional settings. It pays special attention to the sources offaith and inner strength, the nature of spiritual guidance, the roles of values, beliefs, and moral commitments, and the effects of cultural, social, political, and economic forces.
"Spirituality and Rehabilitation: Intimate Views from Insiders,"
New England Journal of Public Policy:
2, Article 8.
Available at: http://scholarworks.umb.edu/nejpp/vol15/iss2/8