Justine Blythe Porges, LCSW, ICF Certified Coach
As an HSP you might experience overwhelm, dissatisfaction, anxiety, and a sense of trying to understand how you fit in the world. As an HSP myself, I know how challenging life can be when stuck in that place, and I also know how freeing it is to get unstuck.
My work with HSP’s connects them to a deeper truth within themselves and to their own strength, courage, wisdom and resiliency. As your state of being becomes calm and more centered in your true self, you make natural and lasting changes that result in a better relationship with yourself and the world around you. I am a licensed therapist in AZ, CO and CT as well as a Certified Life Coach. I do much of my work with clients online. Reach out with any questions and to schedule a free consultation.
Allison Brunner, LCSW
Offers online, remote therapy via a HIPAA-compliant video platform from South Central Pennsylvania. Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of Connecticut.
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I specialize in somatic (body-centered), mindfulness-based, experiential psychotherapy with adults who are highly sensitive. Many are, or aspire to be, artists or healers, or are in a helping profession. Also an HSP.
Misty Ginicola, PhD, LPC
As an HSP, you may experience anxiety and depression, feeling like you do not fit in this insensitive world. You may also feel a sense of exhaustion, overwhelm, and confusion or a sense of being “stuck”. It may be impacting you at work and within your relationships.
My approach to working with sensitivity is to assist clients with understanding their sensitivity and learning to cope within the insensitive world. I also assist clients in understanding their sensitivity from a strength-based perspective. I see all highly sensitive people as “superheroes” who have likely not had their gifts valued and honored. As we work to change the way they see their sensitivity and learn to honor their trait, I have found that clients find a sense of relief, purpose, and renewed motivation.
I perform research in the area of counseling highly sensitive clients. I identify as emotionally sensitive (empath), but am not an HSP. However, my husband and son are both HSPs and I understand the trait well from both a professional and personal level.