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This podcast focus on psychology, mindset, and personal development.

The Sanity Sessions Clint Sabom

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9 • 14 Ratings

This podcast focus on psychology, mindset, and personal development.

    38. One Way To Deal With Panic Attacks

    38. One Way To Deal With Panic Attacks

    Panic attacks can be terrifying and dreadful.  Here, one way to approach the thoughts that underlie panic is examined.  This solution is paradoxical. 

    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 lessons from myself.   

    I offer a class on Overcoming Learned Helplessness that is a 6 week class to employ research-proven methods that have helped thousands.  https://contemplativelight.teachable.com/p/overcoming-learned-helplessness/ 

    • 5 min
    37. When We Don't Get Treated Fairly

    37. When We Don't Get Treated Fairly

    In this episode, the common belief underpinning blame is examined: the idea that we must always be treated fairly.  Blaming others often starts to devolve into a perpetual cycle that can end up with us blaming ourselves. 

    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 lessons from myself.   

    I offer a class on Overcoming Learned Helplessness that is a 6 week class to employ research-proven methods that have helped thousands.  https://contemplativelight.teachable.com/p/overcoming-learned-helplessness/ 

    • 5 min
    36. Must We Always Succeed?

    36. Must We Always Succeed?

    In this episode, the fear of failure is discussed and the irrational beliefs underpinning it are dismantled. 

    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 lessons from myself.   

    I offer a class on Overcoming Learned Helplessness that is a 6 week class to employ research-proven methods that have helped thousands.  https://contemplativelight.teachable.com/p/overcoming-learned-helplessness/ 

    • 4 min
    35. Needing Approval : The Bottomless Pit

    35. Needing Approval : The Bottomless Pit

    In this episode, needing approval and people-pleasing are discussed.  The insistence that other people must like us can lead to lots of anxiety, stress, and feelings of worthlessness.  In this episode, I challenge the beliefs of the need for constant approval and offer healthier, more relaxing ways to think about this issue.

    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 lessons from myself.   

    I offer a class on Overcoming Learned Helplessness that is a 6 week class to employ research-proven methods that have helped thousands.  https://contemplativelight.teachable.com/p/overcoming-learned-helplessness/ 

    • 8 min
    34. The Great Here Now

    34. The Great Here Now

    In this episode, I discuss the practice of living in the here now and how powerful it can be. 

    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 lessons from myself.   

    I offer a class on Overcoming Learned Helplessness that is a 6 week class to employ research-proven methods that have helped thousands.  https://contemplativelight.teachable.com/p/overcoming-learned-helplessness/ 

    • 6 min
    33. Tammy Sollenberger on Internal Family Systems

    33. Tammy Sollenberger on Internal Family Systems

    Tammy Sollenberger-is a licensed clinical mental health counselor and an Internal Family Systems (IFS) Certified Supervisor. She holds a Master in Arts in Marriage and Family Counseling from the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. As a Community Support Therapist in a community mental health center, she worked with adults who struggle with mental illness. There, she developed a Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) ‘Skills Group’ program.
    Tammy received her clinical mental health license in 2007 and shifted to a group therapy practice where she saw both adolescent and adult clients and continued to run DBT groups. In 2011 she began a private practice.

    Her website is https://tammysollenberger.com/

    • 37 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

Travis L Michael ,

Really interesting.

The host has a very calming vibe and always asks thoughtful and perceptive questions of his guests. I’ve found the topics discussed so far really interesting. It gets into some areas of mental health that aren’t talked about as often. I also enjoy the shorts and find them insightful and helpful.

CTO2015 ,

Insightful

I recently discovered I have DPDR (self diagnosed) - and have had it since a specific incident at age 11, and no therapist or mainstream psychologist could properly diagnose or even understand my experience. I am finally feeling like I’m not the only human on earth going through this, and thanks to this show and your guest Swamy G - I am going to pursue further exploration of treatment. I’m thrilled I have a name for this experience, and more language (certainly more than at age 11) to discuss the symptoms. Also helpful to know that there are survivors who would not look at me like I’m insane, shame me, minimize or dismiss my experience — thank you for including this interview in your podcast.

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