Psychological training with convicted women was conducted at CP # 15 in Kalachigi
Women serving their sentences in the colony-settlement No. 15 of the Verkhoshizhemsky village of Kalachigi recently drew their dreams: beautiful houses, gardens with trees and, of course, children, the rights to which prisoners intend to restore and with whom they dream to establish relations.
Psychologists believe that dreams displayed on paper will help convicts build self-confidence and teach them to understand their loved ones in the future by establishing good family relations with them. Trainings at KP-15 are held in small and large groups and evoke a great response in the hearts of convicted women. As they admit, painting is calming and harmonizing.