Life Circle: Prison Facilitator Program

Facilitated by: Rev. Dr. Andrea Travers

Cost: $595 (per level, both levels required)

The  CSL Prison Life Circle Program  is geared toward incarcerated men and women and their families. The program is designed to provide transformative spiritual tools and practices that create positive change in the lives of prisoners and their families. 

The Prison Life Circle curriculum brings understanding of the prison systems and culture for the facilitator, as well as practical applications of Science of Mind for inmates. This multi-week circle experience will assist participants in cultivating a spiritual life to create better relationships with those inside and outside prison walls. 

The intent of this program is to support imprisoned men and women to learn and apply spiritual principles and practices to disrupt the cycle of crime and incarceration, by promoting a principled and transformative process for all those called to participate. After completing both levels of the program, a CSL Prison Life Circle Facilitator will be qualified to lead the  CSL Prison Life Circles, within prison environments.

An application will be required: Prison Circle Facilitator Program Application

Information Sessions for Practitioners and Ministers Interested in Facilitating CSL Life Circles:

If you’ve felt called to serve those who men and women who are incarcerated and want to find out about our Life Circles program for Prison, we invite you to view our recent information session video below.

Rev. Dr. Andrea Travers explains the course structure, and how learning to facilitate a Life Circle for Prison can make an impact on the lives of Circle participants.

Course Schedules and Application Due Dates

(previous experience NOT required)

Class Schedule: 

  • Saturdays from 10:00 AM-4:00 PM MT 

Application Due Date: 


CSL Prison Life Circle Graduates:

Join us for a quarterly support meeting on October 22 from 11am-12:30pm MT.

Meet the Facilitator: Rev. Dr. Andrea Travers

Andrea has been involved in Religious Science for 22 years serving in Board leadership. As an ordained Interfaith Minister the focus of her ministry has been developing and implementing programs in prisons, jails, and  correctional and treatment centers. She authored a Restorative Justice Reentry program for San Diego County jails and recently started COSA (Circles of Support and Accountability) with the San Diego Public Defenders’ office.