Lisa Philippart, LPC
Living Life Counseling Center, 44 Hughes Rd, Suite 1050, Madison, AL 35758
firstname.lastname@example.org or Lisa.P@livinglifecounselingctr.com | Livinglifecounselingctr.com
Office: 256-631-7898 | Cell: 256-326-0909 | Fax: 256-542-3366
As the only HSP-trained therapist in North Alabama, I provide the unique perspective as an HSP and empath, to work with those who struggle with mental, emotional, and spiritual challenges.
Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness, Essential Oils, Eating Disorders, Anxiety, Womens Issues, Geriatrics, Grief and Loss, Pre-Marital and Couples Counseling. I am an HSP.
Julianne Jackson, MS, ALC, NCC
I have experience working with children and am able to consult with parents of highly sensitive children. I have experience working with trauma, betrayal trauma, depression, anxiety, grief and relationship distress. Having embraced my own HSP qualities I am well equipped to assist others in the re-framing of their lives through the lens of the gift of sensitivity.
Blair Oxford, LPC, AAC
I help clients with high sensitivity develop self-compassion and patience as they come to understand the unique ways they take in their surroundings. I work with adults, children, and families who want to learn more about their high sensitivity, and I consult with parents and loved ones who wish to better understand a highly sensitive person in their lives. I also work with adults, teens & younger children who struggle with ADHD and other executive function challenges. The overarching goal of my practice is to help people who view the world differently, whether it’s because of unique brain wiring or because of innate traits or temperament, as well as to educate others about these differences.
Nancy L. Sack, Ph.D.
1736 Taliaferro Trail, Montgomery Alabama 36117
(334) 590-8492 | email@example.com | drnancysack.com
I works with most psychological issues (depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD, DID, bipolar) in individual, couples, family and relationship sessions. My work with people frequently focuses on trauma recovery, particularly adults recovering from childhood emotional, physical, and sexual abuse. I have read the Highly Sensitive Child. I don’t work one on one with children until the age of 12. However, I would love the opportunity to be a part of changing the world’s thinking by helping families better understand and normalize the nature of their sensitive child.