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Out of 25 beneficiaries, the above research showed that the average score of our population was 2.52 before the intervention. That was an extremely low score. After the intervention, the average score went up to 3.84, which is higher than the high end of the confidence interval (3.65) of the normal score for the total population.  

  • Out of 25 beneficiaries, 23 reported that they felt closer to other people 

  • Out of 25 beneficiaries, 24 reported that they felt more confident 

  • Out of 25 beneficiaries, 25 reported that they felt more cheerful 

  • Out of 25 beneficiaries, 24 reported that they were thinking more clearly 

  • Out of 25 beneficiaries, 25 reported that they felt more optimistic about the future 

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The above research shows that 15 out of 15 beneficiaries had probable or possible depression. Out of 7 beneficiaries that completed the course, 6 beneficiaries completed the before and after Warwick Edinburgh’ survey and their overall mental health score had increased substantially. 

5 written testimonials have been given. 

 

  • This case study shows how a beneficiary who had mental health difficulties for much of her life and was diagnosed with bipolar disorder came off her medication, is no longer under the mental health team and her bipolar is said to be in remission. Her three children as a result are no longer under medical guidance. 

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  • This research shows that 5 sessions with 175 adult offenders had a significant increase in beneficiaries' understanding of the Three Principles, mental well-being, and a sense of purpose in life, and a decrease in depression, anxiety, and anger. 

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  • This research evaluates the iHEART mental health education programme on resilience and well-being of UK secondary school adolescents. The study observed that taken together, the quantitative and qualitative results are highly encouraging, highlighting how key mental wellbeing indicators such as impulse control and emotional resilience provided positive findings. 

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  • These are Three Principles Papers—Published, Forthcoming, and Under review in Peer-Reviewed Academic Journals (1998-2020). The demographics include eating disorders, maladaptive repetitive thought, psychopathology, and somatic illness, chronic fatigue syndrome, intimate partner violence and its prevention, improved mental health, a new view of trauma and human resilience, refugee communities, loss and trauma, comparison of health realization and 12-step treatment, stress and anxiety in HIV positive patients, police professionals, and youth violence.

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