Association of Attitudinal Healing - India
Association of Attitudinal Healing in India
HISTORY: A post graduate of the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Kavita is deeply passionate about social causes, and communities in particular. She has worked deep in Rural India, most notably with the reformation of a criminal tribe, the Kanjarbhats. She was awarded the Jampolsky Award (2000), for her work in the community.
402/403, Crown Building,
1505/3, Deccan College Road,
Near Sadal Baba Darga,
Yerwada, Pune – 411006
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2000 Jampolsky Award
"Reintegration Program in the Kanjarbhats Community" from the ASSOCIATION FOR ATTITUDINAL HEALING (AAH), Pune, India. The Pune Center uses Attitudinal Healing in a program to reintegrate families from a "criminal" tribe into mainstream society. They are committed to teaching alternative, respectable ways of living through a rehabilitation program that includes education, vocational training, legal and medical aid, as well as Attitudinal Healing groups. The program's basic objectives are to develop awareness that legal avenues for economic and social development are available, and that living peaceful lives, with self respect and confidence are attainable goals.