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  • Yoga-Outreach-Lit-Review_Oct2016– Trauma-informed practices as adjunctive drug treatment interventions for justice-involved youth
  • PDFA feeling of connectedness – perspectives on a gentle yoga intervention for women with major depression
  • PDFApplication of Yoga in Residential Treatment of Traumatized Youth
  • PDFManaging Mental Health Disorders Resulting from Trauma through Yoga A Review
  • PDFMindfulness Based Stress Reduction for Low Income AAW with PTSD and History of Intimate Partner Violence
  • PDFNarrative Review of Yoga and Mindfulness as Complementary Therapies for Addiction
  • PDFPerspective on trauma informed care from mothers with a history of childhood maltreament
  • PDFPotential Self Regulatory Mechanism of Yoga for Psychological Health
  • PDFThe Emerging Role of Meditation in Addressing Psychiatric Illness, with a Focus on Substance Use Disorders
  • PDFTrauma-sensitive yoga as an adjunct mental health treatment in group therapy for survivors of domestic violence A feasibility study
  • PDFYoga and Social Justice
  • PDFYoga as Complementary Therapy for Children and Adolescents
  • PDFYoga for Schizophrenia Systematic Review
  • PDFYoga on our minds Systematic review of yoga for neuropsychiatric disorders
  • PDFYoga Practice May Buffer the Deleterious Effects of Abuse on Women’s Self Concept and Dysfunctional Coping
  • PDFYoga Warriors (Salute To Freedom Article)