Dr. Lynn Hellerstein of Vision Beyond Sight speaks with Dr. Deb Sandella, award-winning psychotherapist, international bestselling author, and university professor. She is also the originator of the groundbreaking RIM (Regenerating Images in Memory) Method, a neuroscience tool proven to reduce stress and improve quality of life. She talks about how inner vision and looking inward leads to emotional health, and how you can use the RIM Method for instant insight, rapid healing, and personal transformation. You will even get to try a short mini-RIM session as you listen to the show!
- Where looking inward takes you and the neuroscience behind it
- How Dr. Deb discovered and studied the RIM Method and how it works
- How to use the RIM Method for pain and trauma
- Try a short RIM session as you listen to the show!
About Dr. Deb Sandella:
Deborah Sandella, PhD, RN is author of #1 International Bestseller Goodbye Hurt & Pain, 7 Simple Steps to Health, Love and Success. She is an award-winning psychotherapist, university professor, and the originator of the groundbreaking RIM Method, which is a heavily-backed neuroscience tool proven to reduce stress and improve quality of life. After 20 years a psychotherapist, she set aside what she thought possible and followed clients’ inner experiences. She’s amazed at the speed of healing when we trust our inherent emotional system to uncover the perfect antidote. She’s been featured in the media, including USA TODAY, CBS, and NBC. She frequently shares the stage with Jack Canfield and is co-author of their “Awakening Power” meditation program. Her numerous professional awards include Outstanding Clinical Specialist, Research Excellence, and an EVVY Best Personal Growth Book Award.
Connect with Dr. Deb Sandella and The RIM Institute:
Check out her book: Goodbye Hurt & Pain, 7 Simple Steps to Health, Love and Success
“RIM gives us the tools to turn on our ability directly to communicate with our emotional operating system and control it. And it’s very opposite to what we usually do which is to think and problem-solve. Those are all good things. In emotion, those things have a place, but they don’t go deep enough to really get down to the root cause of things. Because we don’t usually know really what that is. There can be moments in time that are so innocuous that we absolutely don’t remember them and when they show up, well of course, that makes sense.” – Dr. Deb Sandella
Dr. Lynn Hellerstein, Developmental Optometrist, co-owner of Hellerstein & Brenner Vision Center, P.C., award-winning author and international speaker, holds powerful and inspiring conversations with her guests in the areas of health, wellness, education, sports and psychology. They share their inspirational stories of healing and transformation through their vision expansion. Vision Beyond Sight Podcast will help you see with clarity, gain courage and confidence. Welcome to Vision Beyond Sight!
Dr. Lynn is available for speaking engagements and consulting. For more information, visit www.lynnhellerstein.com.
To learn more about vision therapy or to find a doctor providing vision therapy in your area, visit: COVD.org.
To learn more about vision and the impact in concussion/brain injury, visit: Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association.
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