46 episodes

Are you often told that you’re too sensitive? Maybe you struggle to control your emotions and acting on them has made your life more difficulty. Maybe you work to just not feel because your emotions are intense. If so you might be an emotionally sensitive person. In this podcast series, Dr. Karyn Hall, author of The Emotionally Sensitive Person, describes the characteristics of the emotionally sensitive and ways to manage overwhelming feelings. Learn more about Dr. Hall and read her blog at www.houstondbtcenter.com.

The Emotionally Sensitive Person Podcas‪t‬ Dr. Karyn Hall PhD

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.2 • 88 Ratings

Are you often told that you’re too sensitive? Maybe you struggle to control your emotions and acting on them has made your life more difficulty. Maybe you work to just not feel because your emotions are intense. If so you might be an emotionally sensitive person. In this podcast series, Dr. Karyn Hall, author of The Emotionally Sensitive Person, describes the characteristics of the emotionally sensitive and ways to manage overwhelming feelings. Learn more about Dr. Hall and read her blog at www.houstondbtcenter.com.

    Session 47: Perfectionism & Loneliness

    Session 47: Perfectionism & Loneliness

    Learn about the effects of perfectionism on how we feel.

    • 16 min
    Session 46: Play

    Session 46: Play

    Play is not just for children. Learning to let go of seeing adulthood as being overly serious can improve your mood.

    • 16 min
    Session 45: Benign Interpretations

    Session 45: Benign Interpretations

    Karyn Hall talks about benign interpretations.

    • 8 min
    Session 44: Avoiding Discomfort

    Session 44: Avoiding Discomfort

    Avoiding discomfort is a natural, learn more about this response.

    • 15 min
    Session 43: Types of Therapy in Mental Health

    Session 43: Types of Therapy in Mental Health

    With so many options in therapy, which one will work for me?

    • 5 min
    Session 41: Seeing the World as You Are

    Session 41: Seeing the World as You Are

    Perspective is important, learn about how we see the world as individuals.

    • 10 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
88 Ratings

88 Ratings

BluePuppy10 ,

Why can’t you live in my town !!

Just went for a walk because I was so down. - No idea why. Plugged in your podcast and am really understanding and identifying with a lot of what you’ve sad in the first 3 episodes! I think I figured out why I’m so down, my life emotionally is a mess and the “therapy” I’ve been getting for the past year and a half has hardly hit it on the head like you have in about 1 sessions time! America is so short on mental health staff! I’m going to keep listening- hopefully you can help me help myself 🤗

jt1of5 ,

Sound quality very distracting

Between the host’s soft and gentle voice, and the reverberating echo, it requires too much concentration to listen to. Unsubscirbing.

whitneyz33 ,

Best bpd podcasts

On your recent podcast about perfectionism...wow I really relate. My whole existence since a child has been analyzing every second and adjusting my reactions and likes so that I project perfection. I have always been obsessed with being the coolest and at the same time the most nonchalant about it. I wonder if it’s possible for me to get over it when everyone who’s ever loved me has told me my mysticism was what attracted them. My mysticism is what has had me in a depression for about 6 years now. Lost all contact with everyone because I don’t feel perfect si I hide and lie and present a false self online. Anyways I lobe your podcast hope you can be more active soon thank you for all you do.

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