Kim Alscher, MA, RCC
I have worked for many years assisting both men and women in their discovery of how this unique trait has shaped their life and sense of self. I help clients to move towards a more compassionate acceptance and appreciation for being highly sensitive, along with teaching practical techniques to manage it more skillfully.
Renee D’Souza, MC
I am an highly sensitive psychotherapist who understands the unique benefits and challenges, we HSP’s encounter. I offer emotion-focused, attachment-based, and experiential approaches to support the changing, healing and growth strivings in children, teens and adults. I support challenges with depression, anxiety, grief/loss, infertility, career and life transitions.
Kate Darrach-Cottick, B.A.(Psych), Cert. LPC, RPC
Kate is a Registered Professional Counsellor with the CPCA. She holds the designation of “highly sensitive person knowledgeable” practitioner, through the work of Dr. Elaine Aron. She is happy to now be able to provide care via telemedicine and telephone, and in person at PNC in Sidney, BC.
Therapeutic Approach: Kate often integrates several approaches while working with clients, including, but not limited to Internal Family Systems, Response-Based Practice, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Solution- Focused Therapy, and Mindfulness Based Practice.
Above all, Kate genuinely values being part of providing a safe place for any sensitive individuals in need of guidance, accountability, and a healthy dose of compassion.
Trauma-Informed Counselling for: High Sensitivity, Sensory Processing Sensitivity, Anxiety and Phobia, Disordered Eating, Parenting, Co-Parenting, Adjustment Disorders and Depression
Brett Ginter, MA, R.Psych.
“I have worked with many highly sensitive clients. Skills: Psychotherapy and Hypnosis. Addressing Anxiety, Depression, and Optimum Performance. Cognitive Therapy with a focus on existentialism. Clinical Hypnosis. Relationship issues, workplace issues and addictions.” Is also an HSP.
Roxalyn Boldt Ginter, MA, RPsych
General Anxiety, Social Anxiety, Couples Therapy, Divorce and Separation, Family/Extended Family Therapy, Women’s Issues, Men’s Issues, Trauma, Adjustment issues, Transition issues, Grief Counseling, Work and Career issues, Stress Management, Conflict Resolution, Anger Management, Self-esteem issues. Is also an HSP.
Esther Kane, MSW, RSW, RCC
Over 25 years experience working with adults who identify as Highly Sensitive People (HSPs) who struggle with anxiety/depression and/or with food and body image issues. I am also an HSP and write and talk a lot about it:
Blair McInnis, RTC
I help quiet, independent adults experiencing anxious thoughts, crisis or loss of purpose or identity particularly in Family, Business and Professional environments.
Leanne Morris, MSW RSW
Dr. Aron recommends depth psychotherapy as a good fit for the depth of processing experienced by HSPs. I practice Jungian Analysis, a type of depth psychotherapy that encourages looking inwards to find meaning, clarity and a sense of wholeness. Over the years I have worked successfully with many HSPs in my practice. As a HSP myself I can understand the gifts and difficulties that come with this trait. I offer a free 30-minute consultation to see if working together feels like a good fit. I would be honored to assist you on your path to freedom and deeper meaning.
Rhea Redivo, BSW, MSW
#219-219 Main Street, Penticton, BC, Canada V2A 5B1
Penticton is located in the Okanagan Valley, which is in south-central British Columbia.
250-488-5939 | firstname.lastname@example.org | https://valleyreflections.com/
Highly empathic and intuitive, Rhea provides a safe and accepting environment for people to explore their challenges and embrace healing and growth. Change and learning are a life-long process, with many ‘ups and downs’. Rhea is passionate about helping people negotiate those ‘downs’ and achieve their goals. Rooted in holistic, strengths-based and client-centered values, Rhea draws on an eclectic range of approaches to meet clients’ individual needs: mindfulness, humanistic, psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral (CBT), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), narrative, and family systems, along with an understanding of neurobiology. Rhea combines her wealth of personal experience and professional knowledge to provide effective counselling services for men, women, couples, and youth. She works with a wide range of issues, including: stress, anxiety, depression, ADHD, anger, and abuse, as well as issues related to life transitions, grief and loss, parenting, relationships and separation/divorce. Rhea would be honored to guide you on your journey of self-awareness, insight, and growth.
Deborah Weis, MA
Port Alberni, BC
Maternal Mental Health • Grief and Loss • Trauma • HSP’s • Child Sexual Abuse • Pet Loss
Individuals • Couples • Children
Client-centered • CBT • Sandtray
Aaron Wong, Registered Therapeutic Counsellor
As a Highly Sensitive Person, I understand how it feels to need to deeply process, to have a strong desire to have purpose and meaning in the world, to cultivate a connection to spirituality, and how important it is to foster these traits. I love helping HSPs navigate how they want to bring their unique gifts to the world.
I feel passionate about helping HSPs with: identity, purpose, relationship, career, and mental health (Stress, Anxiety, Depression). I am a transpersonal counsellor which means I practice psychology through your spiritual lens.
Kaleigh Wray, RTC
I am a transpersonal counsellor and a highly sensitive person. Transpersaonal psychology is a marriage between spirituality and psychology that seems to lend particularly well to HSP’s depth, sometimes deep spirituality, navigating unique HSP challenges, and highlighting gifts this trait brings.