Coaches – Counselors – Therapists who work with highly sensitive people
Sharon Barnes, MSSW, LCSW “helps CASIGYs (Creative, Curious, Complex, Acutely Aware, Super-sensitive, Intense, Gifted You!) turn obstacles into stepping stones.
“Sharon is also known as The ScrapLady; she helps CASIGYs and others create beauty and benefit from Life’s Scraps. For over 25 years she has helped CASIGYs find the Magic in being a MisFit.
“She can help you make the most of your sensitivity, creativity and intelligence, and help you heal and thrive, not just survive as a CASIGY.
“She offers individual, couple and group counseling and psychotherapy as well as PlayShops, Presentations and Seminars.
“She works in person, by webcam and phone. Call Sharon today for a New Tomorrow!”
303-987-0346. [Lakewood, CO]
Barnes has created the Social-Emotional ACES Home Video Program: “a video-based training program for Creative, Highly Sensitive or Gifted adults, and for parents and teachers of Highly Creative, Highly Sensitive, and/or Gifted children and teens.”
Learn more – and get a discount coupon for the program – in the article
Emotional Health Program for Creative, Gifted, Sensitive People.
Kalleen Henderson, MA., EFT-3
“My passion is supporting other HSPs and high Empaths in owning their sensitivities as a strength rather than something that needs to be fixed. Sessions are held online which allows me to support clients all over our planet.”
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/theurbanindigo
>> One of her articles: The Challenge Of Being “Too Sensitive”
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Jadzia Jagiellowicz, PhD (Psychology) “offers coaching sessions on high sensitivity.
“Dr. Jagiellowicz did her PhD on highly sensitive people, working under Elaine Aron, and currently collaborates on scientific research with Dr. Aron.
“Her research investigates how parenting affects highly sensitive people, and how highly sensitive people can regulate their emotions.
“She also investigates how highly sensitive people think. She uses the findings from the scientific research to help you better handle your career, your friendships, and your relationships.”
Chris M. Lyon, BCH, CC – CoachLyon.com
I’m an intuitive Certified Coach and Board Certified Consulting Hypnotist, with a specialty of working with HSPs for over 15 years.
My research and professional experience began with Elaine Aron’s wonderful book, The Highly Sensitive Person.
I’ve been an educator and writer on HSP self-management and self-care.
My intuitive work with all types and ages of HSP clients can be life-changing.
The work is individually specialized, supportive and pro-active. HSP clients become empowered and learn to thrive as who they truly are, using their natural gifts and abilities to their greatest advantage.
Areas that I address effectively for HSP clients include relationships, transitions, loss, energy, overwhelm, productivity, and anything keeping them from moving forward in the direction that they choose, at their pace. Helpful modalities and tools can be used, such as Hypnosis, NLP and Reiki.
Sessions are in-office, by phone, or via video-conferencing.
Visit my site at www.CoachLyon.com
or call me at 480-288-2723.
Grace Malonai, Ph.D., LPCC, DCC
I am a clinical counselor, consultant and director at TheraThrive, where we focus on supporting highly sensitive, gifted, intense and creative people.
Highly sensitive people often have unique needs, linked to their intensity, passion, and complexity. Likewise, intense sensitivity impacts the whole person, on physical, emotional and spiritual levels.
Therapy is a place for self-expression and healing, and it is my aim to provide clients with a welcoming and safe atmosphere that is calm and engaging. Part of my job is to create a venue that is just right for each client to learn and practice emotional skills, improve communication, and develop a keener awareness and understanding of themselves and others.
As an integrative therapist, my approach is strengths-based and humanistic. I believe counseling is a collaborative process, where my job is to facilitate my clients’ growth. This means that while my clients get relief from the pain of their challenges, they also come to know themselves better.
In other words, they learn to understand and work with their emotions, and they gain skills to manage their emotional reactions. They also attain deeper self-awareness and insight about their relationships, families, social connections, creative processes, and work or school challenges.
Dr. Grace’s Faculty Page: http://www.stmarys-ca.edu/node/144006?back=node/6654
Articles by Dr. Grace: http://www.therathrive.com/resources/articles-and-presentations/
Jacquelyn Strickland, Licensed Professional Counselor
Highly Sensitive People: “The trait can be a blessing and a challenge, depending upon how we choose to view it.” Jacquelyn Strickland
Facebook page HSP Gathering Retreats-Since 2001
Bonnie Thompson, CPCC
I am a certified personal and professional life coach devoted to helping individuals achieve fulfillment, balance, and meaning in their lives.
I’ve spent almost 15 years studying and researching the genetic trait of the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) as first described and written about by Elaine Aron, Ph.D., in the book The Highly Sensitive Person. As an HSP myself, I have a unique and deep understanding of the challenges and gifts associated with this trait.
Please visit my website to learn more about me and how I can help you.
My FaceBook page: https://www.facebook.com/SelfUnfolding
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Ane Axford, MS, LFMT – a Marriage and Family Therapist and Clinical Hypnotist.
“Enjoy using this blog to better understand and experience your highly sensitive self, health, and relationships as just right.”
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“He has given numerous media interviews about Highly Sensitive People throughout the U.S., including National Public Radio and has been interviewed on the NBC television.”
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See more information on:
List of Counselors – Therapists – Coaches (on the High Ability site).
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