18 episodes

This is a podcast about people. People whom we need, love, and are driven crazy by. We'll look at the world through dual lenses of humor and hope, and we'll come up with the clarity and emotional energies that helps us achieve a life of meaning. Hosted by Jerry Sander, LCSW, a NYC/Hudson Valley therapist. Visit me at: www.thesandsoftime.net

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This is a podcast about people. People whom we need, love, and are driven crazy by. We'll look at the world through dual lenses of humor and hope, and we'll come up with the clarity and emotional energies that helps us achieve a life of meaning. Hosted by Jerry Sander, LCSW, a NYC/Hudson Valley therapist. Visit me at: www.thesandsoftime.net

    The Discovery of Cool

    The Discovery of Cool

    In which the discovery of cool is understood via the form of a Farfisa keyboard and the musical company of two preteen rock musicians. Guest interviewee is Marc Blam, the first guitarist welcomed to the finished basement of my suburban Long Island home in 1967. Spoiler alert: two old guys reminiscing.

    • 38 min
    The Dials of Consciousness, Part 2

    The Dials of Consciousness, Part 2

    Further discussion with Dr. Craig Heacock, adolescent and adult psychiatrist and addiction specialist in Colorado, and host of the psychiatric storytelling podcast, "Back From the Abyss." We discuss the uses and abuses of a range of substances -- some of which seem to hold promise for controlled use in the therapy process, and some of which seem particularly designed for recreational use. What is being seen in states that have already legalized recreational use of marijuana? What can be expected in states that have legalized recreational use of some psychedelic substances? And what, if any, are links to depression, anxiety, and/or suicide? What can be gained, and lost, from our interactions with medicines/substances/drugs?

    • 41 min
    The Dials of Consciousness

    The Dials of Consciousness

    In which I speak with Colorado psychiatrist Dr. Craig Heacock about psychedelic drugs and their potential use as healing agents in therapy. Topics range from the prejudice against these previously-banned drugs, their link to the 1960's and ancient healing techniques. We explore uses and misuses of mood-altering substances, talk some about Timothy Leary, Ram Dass and what Dr. Heacock sees as a potential future for psychedelic drugs legalization.

    • 46 min
    Current: Mitch Sumner

    Current: Mitch Sumner

    Mitch Sumner, a young Hudson Valley musician, multi-instrumentalist and singer, is featured, along with his new album, CURRENT. Mitch's music defies easy categorization; it cuts across the decades in its use of sounds, layered harmonies, swooping Hammond organ, hot percussion and dream-like vocal melodies. Mitch spoke to me about his influences, his formative years and how he puts it all together.

    • 34 min
    Election 2020!

    Election 2020!

    Nationwide coverage, featuring correspondents Joe Nolan (New Jersey), Lillian MacKenzie (Virginia), Maureen Gomeringer (North Carolina), prognostic/numbers guy Donnie Illinois (Chicago), Santo Ciccarello (Long Island), Mrs. Kinda Needamap (upstate New York), Jeremy Pouffe (Europe), Anita Fix (Seattle), Vidar Hageman (Virginia), Jill Schramm (from the Minot Daily News, North Dakota), and Marina Upintheskya Hatchaplotnik, Russian political scientist reporting from Moscow on behalf of the America Only-Friendship Studies Dept. (Non-social Media Division).

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Relationship Boot Camp

    Relationship Boot Camp

    Utah couples therapist Kristy Gaisford, LCSW and I will be leading a Relationship Boot Camp on November 14th and 15th. We interview each other about what drew us to work with couples, the blessings and the challenges of the work and the how we integrate it into our personal lives. Go to http://www.thesandsoftime.net/workshop-events for detailed info re: the Boot Camp. Or register, directly, at: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0lc--hqDIrGNdNhPl_74R1seaoCGpWbVJg

    • 35 min

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