No Longer Theory: Correctional Practices That Work by Harvey Shrum Ed. D.,
Journal of Correctional Education,
September 2004, Volume 55, Issue 3, pp. 225-235.
Awakening Behind Walls In An Intensive Journal® Workshopby Charles Evans, II,
reprinted from Fellowship in Prayer,
October 1986, Volume 37, Number 5, pp. 43-46.
The New York State Department of Labor Job-Training Program:
Applying the Progoff Intensive Journal Method
by Shirley Sealy and Tom Duffy
Dr. Progoff's pioneering research on the impact of using the method in an ongoing job training program.
The Intensive Journal Target Prison Program
by Jon Progoff
A final report summarizing the transforming experience for a group of 15 female inmates at the Bedford Hills Correctional Facility in Westchester, New York.
The Intensive Journal method has been used within the criminal justice community for years. Dialogue House has a special publication of the Entry newsletter especially for the criminal justice field. Click below to read or download any issue of the Criminal Justice Newsletter.
Issue 1: Criminal Justice Newsletter 2005.pdf