Why Support Research

Why Support Research

What is so special about the Three Principles that someone (Ron McVety) would want to fund research to document what it is and how it works? Every time I meet a volunteer 3P practitioner I think, “There it is, that something special about 3P!” The energy,...
Who Wins?

Who Wins?

There are a growing number of Three Principles practitioners who share their understanding as volunteers. These individuals and groups aren’t looking for financial reimbursement, instead, they revel in the insights, behavioral changes and the transformed lives of...
Thirsty For Change

Thirsty For Change

Anna Debenham wanted to bring women in prison new perspective, new opportunities and new lives. She knew she had something to share but she couldn’t just knock on the door of the prison and ask to be let in. How do you get in any way? Anna stumbled into, or her...
Can This Be True?

Can This Be True?

A recent peer-reviewed article about Three Principles correctional counseling is turning heads for researchers, psychologists, and criminologists around the world. The research, designed to monitor effects on mental health and behavior of prisoners in an English...
The Power of Insight

The Power of Insight

Beyond Recovery is a recipient of the McVety Grant funding. Every quarter, we receive an update. The first quarterly report described three key components to building a successful foundation: CollaborationInsightProgram Development These three components emerged out...
How Do I Measure What I Can’t See?

How Do I Measure What I Can’t See?

You may wonder about your first visit to a psychologist, perhaps they asked you what it meant when you yawned? Or, maybe they helped you rethink how you were approaching a problem and encouraged you to find a better perspective. Whatever your experience, psychologists...
Why Research the Three Principles?

Why Research the Three Principles?

Last November, I went to the Innate Health Conference to share what was happening at the McVety Grant. Innate health practitioners were excited to hear about the new funding available for research. Practitioners shared their stories: what they were doing, with whom,...
Making Change and Research Happen!

Making Change and Research Happen!

The Cypress Initiative is the organization that inspired the formation of the McVety Grant. Cypress designed a two year (longitudinal) study to examine the impact of the phenomenal work they do with at risk children. This group, also the first to be funded, has...
Beyond Recovery: A McVety Grant Recipient

Beyond Recovery: A McVety Grant Recipient

Beyond Recovery, lead by Jacqueline Hollows, has already published research demonstrating significant improvement in mental well-being and purpose in life, showing significant reductions in anxiety and anger, and improved behavior in the prison community. I found the...