Elizabeth M Atkinson, LPC
I work with individuals and children to find new ways to open up to a life of peace and joy. Women who can’t get past their relationships with their mothers, children who are overwhelmed and families who just need help/direction. Experience with Group work on Sobriety Lifestyles Issues. I am also an HSP.
Har Darshan Kaur Khalsa, MA, LPC
Amelia Kelley, PhD, MS, LPC, ATR-P, RYT
I am an integrative therapist who specializes in using art therapy, yoga therapy, mindfulness based work, meditation and a number of other research supported treatments to help regulate stress, address both chronic and single indecent trauma, address substance use and eating disorders, help improve relationship problems, anxiety, depression and mood disorders. I work with HSP’s to empower them, helping them to integrate their strengths into their lives while learning to care for themselves in the process. I specialize in work with teens, adults, and couples.
Lisa Knudson, LCSW
Lisa Knudson is a psychotherapist in private practice in Asheville, NC. She has over 25 years experience counseling individuals who are struggling with a transition in their relationship to include a break up, divorce or death in the family. Lisa implements mindfulness techniques and family of origin work into her sessions. Her theoretical orientation is primarily psychodynamic and attachment based. She provides a safe, supportive environment for her clients and is particularly familiar with working with highly sensitive people. Specialties include Codependency and Teen counseling for High school students transitioning into College. Lisa is also HSP.
Thomas L Murray Jr., PhD
I get to the point so that you can get on with your life. You’ll get a straight-forward approach that accesses your HSP strengths. I combine those strengths with mindfulness-based principles, the Work of Byron Katie, and Eastern psychology to help you craft a life worth living. My primary niches are sex and couples therapy; two areas that affect many HSPs. My secondary niche includes artists and other creative types. This niche was developed after 10 years directing a counseling center at a major performing arts conservatory in the South. You can access my services in-office or through a HIPAA compliant video platform, which is available to anyone in NC and FL, only. Visit my website for additional details.
Jessica Spence, MC, LPCS
My clients are the experts on themselves– I just guide, teach, and support along the way. I work hard to make sure my office is a safe place of non-judgment where people can take risks, be vulnerable, and learn about themselves. I am calm, grounded, attentive, open-minded, caring, and knowledgeable. I know when to give my clients a supportive nudge toward change and when to listen with empathy. Clients appreciate that I am gentle, yet firm, with challenging them.
I work well with people who are interested in exploring their depression, anxiety, ADHD, high sensitivity, body positivity, trauma, relationship stress, and life adjustments/transitions. I’m affirming of people who traditionally may feel like outsiders: i.e., LGBTQI community, gay/lesbian families, atheists, and those with strong political values.
I have extensive training in cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, secular substance abuse treatment, and transgender health. I am also trained in creative therapy modalities.
Laura Torres, MA, LPC
Specializes in working with adolescents and adults around transitions, relationship challenges, self-worth and anxiety/overwhelm. My background and training is in mindfulness, hakomi somatic psychotherapy, gestalt, expressive arts and enneagram. I am also a registered yoga teacher and certified life coach. Is also an HSP.