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Ep.25 How Mindfulness Impacts a Prison with Trime Persinger

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In this episode, Trime Persinger speaks with John MacAdams about her work as a prison chaplain with the Oregon Department of Corrections.

  • Seeing Yourself and Loving Well in prison work.
  • Stable, Caring Presence: providing environments where practice can flourish behind bars.
  • Mindful Communication: the program, how it started, and what happened when the pandemic hit.

TRIME PERSINGER Trime has practiced meditation for 35 years and has been a prison chaplain in Oregon for 15 years. She leads a meditation group inside the prison that meets weekly, and she has coordinated three week-long meditation intensives. For the past two years she has recorded weekly mindfulness videos that are broadcast to inmates on a prison TV channel. These videos are also available online for staff viewing. In 2010 Trime developed The Art of Communication, a mindfulness-based course that teaches inmates skills for building relationships and resolving conflicts. Prior to the COVID pandemic, this course was offered in seven Oregon prisons.
To Learn More About the Prison Mindfulness Institute, please visit www.prisonmindfulness.org

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In this episode, Trime Persinger speaks with John MacAdams about her work as a prison chaplain with the Oregon Department of Corrections.

  • Seeing Yourself and Loving Well in prison work.
  • Stable, Caring Presence: providing environments where practice can flourish behind bars.
  • Mindful Communication: the program, how it started, and what happened when the pandemic hit.

TRIME PERSINGER Trime has practiced meditation for 35 years and has been a prison chaplain in Oregon for 15 years. She leads a meditation group inside the prison that meets weekly, and she has coordinated three week-long meditation intensives. For the past two years she has recorded weekly mindfulness videos that are broadcast to inmates on a prison TV channel. These videos are also available online for staff viewing. In 2010 Trime developed The Art of Communication, a mindfulness-based course that teaches inmates skills for building relationships and resolving conflicts. Prior to the COVID pandemic, this course was offered in seven Oregon prisons.
To Learn More About the Prison Mindfulness Institute, please visit www.prisonmindfulness.org

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