Paul Condon is an associate professor of psychology at Southern Oregon University, a meditation teacher, and a Fellow of the Mind & Life Institute.
Paul’s research examines the contributions of psychological science to modern meditation programs in dialogue with contemplative traditions. His academic research and writing also examines the nature of emotion, concepts, and the impact of meditation on compassion and prosocial behavior. Paul has collaborated with John Makransky to develop Sustainable Compassion Training, a system of meditation practices adapted from Tibetan Buddhism.
At SOU, Paul teaches Health Psychology, Sustainable Compassion, Stress Management, History of Psychology, Statistics, Writing & Research, and General Psychology.