Who We Are
The term "Theotherapy" comes from two Greek words meaning "God's Healing". As a partner of the Good Neighbor Foundation, LLC, the Theotherapy Project provides principles of healing, restoration and reconciliation to emotionally broken and devastated people - building integrity, responsibility and trust in order to reconcile families and communities impacted by crime, violence and incarceration.
The Theotherapy Project is a faith-based organization offering conflict resolution principles to incarcerated men and women with the goal of restoring families and reducing recidivism.
Types Of Activity
Seminars and support group inside and outside prison walls, comprehensive aftercare programs, transition home for former female offenders.
Tennessee Prison for Women, Nashville, TN and Turney Center Industrial Prison, Only, TN
Our magazine (newsletter)We send out a monthly email newsletter to our donors and subscribers
Books we have publishedFacing Unresolved Conflicts: A Journey to Emotional Freedom student workbook and Teacher's Guide by Mark West. 119 pages, $10 per copy. "Emotional Freedom" by Dr. Mario Rivera Mendez, $10
"Facing Unresolved Conflicts" by Dr. Mario Rivera Mendez, $10. Visit our website for contact information or to order books.
About Our Prison Ministry
The Theotherapy Project networks with some excellent ministries and organizations in Middle Tennessee that are committed to the recovery and successful re-entry of former offenders. We network with Leaving the Cocoon, Good Samaritan Network, The Next Door and others. We believe strongly in the power of networking.
Approval of the new Rivera House Transition Home for Women by the TN Board of Probation and Parole and funding.