Marilyn, Inside Out Participant at Homestead Correctional Institution, 2001

After twenty years of imprisonment I realize I have adapted coping behaviors that are unhealthy, and that would not benefit me in a free society. In preparation for my release I joined Inside Out. Though I was impressed as a member of the audience it does not come close to my gratitude at being a part of Inside Out and experiencing the workshop’s unique form of emotional therapy.
ArtSpring
2014-03-06T08:04:21+00:00
After twenty years of imprisonment I realize I have adapted coping behaviors that are unhealthy, and that would not benefit me in a free society. In preparation for my release I joined Inside Out. Though I was impressed as a member of the audience it does not come close to my gratitude at being a part of Inside Out and experiencing the workshop’s unique form of emotional therapy.