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25. Dr. Mark Zaslav On Treating Adult Children Of Narcissistic Parents The Sanity Sessions: Exploring Mental Illness And Maladaptations

    • Mental Health

Mark Zaslav, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist who practices psychotherapy and forensic psychology in Marin County, California. During his career as a V.A. psychologist, he served as a Training Director and Clinical Team Leader. He has also been a faculty member at the Medical College of Wisconsin, the University of California, Davis School of Medicine, and the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine. Zaslav has published scholarly articles in peer-reviewed psychiatric journals in the areas of trauma, addiction, psychotherapy, and the "self-conscious" emotions of shame and guilt. The latter area has become a particular focus clinically and in his writings, including articles about the ways that the shame emotion and its defenses manifest in various psychological problems, including narcissism.

His recent post in Psychology Today on treating adult children of narcissists can be viewed here.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/shame-guilt-and-their-defenses/202109/treating-adult-children-narcissists

Clint Sabom is Creative Director of Contemplative Light. He lived in Budapest, Hungary in 2003 as a Gilman Scholar. He speaks English, Spanish, and Portuguese. In 2007, he lived for six months in a silent monastery. He holds bachelor’s degrees in Religious Studies and one in Spanish literature. He has traveled extensively through Europe and South America. He has spoken and/or performed at Amnesty International, Health Conferences, High Schools, and art galleries across the US. He has studied and done in his own work in Advaita Vedanta, Buddhism, Shamanism, NLP, and hypnosis.

The Sanity Sessions is an ongoing podcast on mental health and psychology.  It features both interviews with mental health professionals and episodes of insight from Clint Sabom.   

Clint offers a class on Overcoming Learned Helplessness that is a 6 week class to reclaim your life.  https://contemplativelight.teachable.com/p/overcoming-learned-helplessness/ 

Mark Zaslav, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist who practices psychotherapy and forensic psychology in Marin County, California. During his career as a V.A. psychologist, he served as a Training Director and Clinical Team Leader. He has also been a faculty member at the Medical College of Wisconsin, the University of California, Davis School of Medicine, and the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine. Zaslav has published scholarly articles in peer-reviewed psychiatric journals in the areas of trauma, addiction, psychotherapy, and the "self-conscious" emotions of shame and guilt. The latter area has become a particular focus clinically and in his writings, including articles about the ways that the shame emotion and its defenses manifest in various psychological problems, including narcissism.

His recent post in Psychology Today on treating adult children of narcissists can be viewed here.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/shame-guilt-and-their-defenses/202109/treating-adult-children-narcissists

Clint Sabom is Creative Director of Contemplative Light. He lived in Budapest, Hungary in 2003 as a Gilman Scholar. He speaks English, Spanish, and Portuguese. In 2007, he lived for six months in a silent monastery. He holds bachelor’s degrees in Religious Studies and one in Spanish literature. He has traveled extensively through Europe and South America. He has spoken and/or performed at Amnesty International, Health Conferences, High Schools, and art galleries across the US. He has studied and done in his own work in Advaita Vedanta, Buddhism, Shamanism, NLP, and hypnosis.

The Sanity Sessions is an ongoing podcast on mental health and psychology.  It features both interviews with mental health professionals and episodes of insight from Clint Sabom.   

Clint offers a class on Overcoming Learned Helplessness that is a 6 week class to reclaim your life.  https://contemplativelight.teachable.com/p/overcoming-learned-helplessness/ 

48 min