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What Does Criminon Use in Addition to The Way to Happiness?

There are numerous factors which may have contributed to a person’s descent into criminality. Among these are lack of basic literacy skills, lack of skills for communication and relationships, and a lack of an knowing how do deal with those individuals and situations which cause severe stress and anti-survival pressures in one’s life. Oftentimes, such factors must be addressed in order to supply the individual with the tools he or she needs to attain stability in life.

Criminon programs incorporate handlings for these and other elements, using specific methodologies devised by L. Ron Hubbard to address such difficulties. The specific programs will vary according to the needs of the individual or the particular group situation in which the Criminon program is being administered. All Criminon programs use The Way to Happiness as their core element to restore a person's self-respect.

"Until recently, I have lived my life and based my decisions on one principle, ’If it feels good and it seems right, then do it.’ This principle is not a good way for one to be successful or ensure one’s survival!

"I have discovered a great deal about myself and how to live. I have cried and laughed to myself while doing this course. With the encouragement and genuine care and concern of my supervisor, Kathie, I have found The Way to Happiness Correspondence Course to be the primary source of my new found self-respect, dignity and hope."

- M.D

The Criminon Program Evaluation: Phase I

The Urban Institute

Utah Juvenile Court Case Study


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