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Other parts of the Criminon course are similar to those used in the Narconon drug rehabilitation programs and are actually administered to the inmates in prison, either by Criminon staff or volunteers. These elements include:

  • Criminon’s Learning Improvement Course. As many inmates suffer literacy problems, this course in study skills is invaluable as a tool both during incarceration and upon release. As it provides the ability to learn any subject, it is a fundamental that will help in vocational and other training.

  • Communication Course. These communication exercises increase the inmate’s ability to face life and not withdraw from it – the very act that exacerbated the criminal condition.


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