Our ED, Kate Crisp, Talks with O, the Oprah Magazine, About the Rising Popularity of Mindfulness in

Updated: May 26, 2020

Many inmates have landed in prison after an act of pure impulse, says Kate Crisp, executive director of the Prison Mindfulness Institute, and a practice of attentive awareness can help them widen the gap between feeling and behavior. “When you’re aware of what’s happening, you can say, ‘Wait a minute, things could move a little slower here,'” she says.

To read the full article in the August issue of O Magazine, click here.

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