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Dr. Ronald Cavanaugh

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Alabama Department of Corrections

301 S. Ripley Street

Montgomery, Alabama 36130

United States

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On October 20,2008 Oprah talked by telephone with two inmates at the prison who still practice Vipassana regularly, and with Dr. Ron Cavanaugh, director of treatment, Alabama Department of Corrections. The inmates are asked about their crimes and sentences, and how they are dealing with life in prison.


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On October 20th, Oprah talks by telephone with two inmates at the prison who still practice Vipassana regularly and with Dr. Ron Cavanaugh, director of treatment, Alabama Department of Corrections. The inmates are asked about their crimes and sentences, and how they are dealing with life in prison.


Pariyatti Newsletter

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On October 20th, Oprah talks by telephone with two inmates at the prison who still practice Vipassana regularly and with Dr. Ron Cavanaugh, director of treatment, Alabama Department of Corrections. The inmates are asked about their crimes and sentences, and how they are dealing with life in prison.


Oprah Interviews Pariyatti Author Phillips Oct 13 & 20 > Pariyatti

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On October 20th, Oprah talks by telephone with two inmates at the prison who still practice Vipassana regularly and with Dr. Ron Cavanaugh, director of treatment, Alabama Department of Corrections. The inmates are asked about their crimes and sentences, and how they are dealing with life in prison.


About 380 state inmates have completed ...

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About 380 state inmates have completed a Vipassana course, said Dr. Ronald Cavanaugh, who brought the program to Donaldson while working there and is now treatment director for the Alabama Department of Corrections. It took him three years to convince administrators to allow the program and to find the space for it.

A Department of Corrections study of about 100 inmates who completed the program and were still in custody in late 2007 found they had 20 percent fewer disciplinary actions after the course, Cavanaugh said.
"The goal of Vipassana is to change one's relationship to thoughts instead of changing the content of the thoughts," said Cavanaugh.
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Baptists far outnumber Buddhists in Alabama, and state corrections officials deserve credit for their willingness to try the program, said Jenny Phillips, a Massachusetts psychotherapist who introduced Cavanaugh to Vipassana meditation.

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