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Daily Habits to Improve your Life and your Relationships with Clint Callahan

October 10, 20232 min read

Communication is one of the most important things in a relationship and it doesn't need to be a long conversation to have a big impact.

Clint Callahan joins us on the podcast to share with us his wealth of knowledge as a therapist of over 20 years along with his personal experiences of loss, grief, and personal growth to help people make small but impactful changes in their daily lives.

In this episode of the Keep Talking Revolution podcast, we discuss:

  • Clint's personal experiences growing up angry and detached from his emotions and then losing his mother to suicide.

  • A simple 5 minute practice to re-gain your composure when you're feeling flooded or triggered in your relationships.

  • A 15-minute daily meditation practice that helps you stay present, focused on your goals, and avoid burnout.

  • How reflective listening can help you understand each other better and avoid reacting to miscommunication and assumptions.


About Clint Callahan

Clint Callahan is a seasoned social worker, therapist, and now life coach over his 23 year career, he has effectively aided thousands of people in enhancing their lives and relationships. He has observed the profound positive changes in his personal life and the lives of his clients by utilizing the Small Changes, Big Impact: 1% Per Day Transformational System. It's about teaching people practical psychological tools to beat burnout and stress in 15 minutes a day.

Clint's professional background is diversified and robust. It spans business management, program design, team collaboration, along with therapy, crisis management, case management, and EMDR trauma processing. He has worked with diverse populations and has tackled a broad spectrum of issues, such as men's issues, complications related to active/retired military personnel, trauma, HIV/AIDS, relationship problems, psychiatric disorders, and substance abuse.

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