Ariel Blau, MSW, RSW #830915, Psychotherapy
High Achievers • Millenials • Stress Management • Life Balance • Mindfulness • Adulting tasks • Late Adolescence
Melissa Caldwell, MSW, RSW
Helping Highly Sensitive adults release and heal from past trauma, reduce anxiety, depression and overwhelm, recover from perfectionism, people-pleasing, and self-sabotage, and create a life that nourishes the needs of the sensitive body, mind, and spirit. I am a trained EMDR therapist and Certified Mindfulness Meditation Teacher. I include a range of modalities into the therapeutic process, including Internal Family Systems, attachment theory, Polyvagal theory, somatics, CBT, expressive arts, and nature-based healing practices.
Sabrina Conrad, RP, MBA
I work with HSP adults who are looking for insights, practical tools and progressive healing. I work from a trauma-informed perspective and bring a friendly, collaborative approach using modalities such as Internal Family Systems (IFS) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).
Tracy Guillet, MSW, RSW – Registered Social Worker
I work with preteens, teens, and adults who are quiet and highly sensitive. I support them in managing social anxiety, big overwhelming feelings, and finding satisfying relationships. I also consult with parents to help them with tools to support their child. As a highly sensitive person myself and a parent to two highly sensitive quiet boys, I know this world well.
Janice Hall, RP
As a trained, highly experienced therapist (and HSP myself), I will support you with empathy, warmth, and understanding. I will teach you the tools to help you with your distress as well as help you look at the underlying reasons for the distress.
Being a highly sensitive person is a blessing but often it doesn’t feel that way. I will teach you tools to manage your feelings of overwhelm, fear, shyness and learn to set boundaries so you can learn to love being HSP!
15 min- free meet and greet session available.
Danièle Massie, Registered Psychotherapist (RP)
Yonge & St-Clair, Toronto, ON M4V 2A7
647-931-1398 | https://www.movingtochange.com
Individual psychotherapy, workshops as well as online support groups––working with HSPs interested in making lasting change by engaging in a creative, neuroscience-informed, bodymind approach to therapy and personal change. Anxiety, depression, trauma resilience, personal/work relationships. Gestalt therapy, EFT Tapping, Havening Techniques. English/Français/Online Sessions. I am an HSP and look forward to hearing from you.
Lynne Newman, Registered Occupational Therapist
Feel more calm, connected and confident at home with Lynne’s support. She uses a practical and gentle approach when enabling both sensitive parents and their children in every day life. Individual and group programs focused on simplicity, emotional regulation and shame resilience for selective eaters, sensory processing issues, anxiety, cancer in the family, infertility, loss and/or postpartum. For those in Ontario, you may qualify for reimbursement through insurance benefits. Is an HSP.
David Renaud, MSW RSW
I work with Highly Sensitive People to address problems such as depression, anxiety, guilt and shame, trauma, emotional turmoil and relationship tensions. I also work with parents whose children are Highly Sensitive. I identify as Highly Sensitive myself.
Susan Scott, MSW, RSW #777312, Clinical Social Worker
548-482-5013 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Clinical Social Worker with over 20 years experience, providing individual psychotherapy for HSPs and their family members.
Online, Telephone and In-Person Counselling is available.
Covered by many insurance plans.
I commend you for taking this step and I look forward to supporting you.
Gillian Strange-Dell, RP
Specializing in anxiety and psychotherapeutic body work including mindfulness techniques. Adults and teens (16+) and parents with highly sensitive children. I have read the Highly Sensitive Child. Is an HSP.
Vivienne Wit, M.Ed., RP (Qualifying)
Grief & Loss, Depression & Anxiety, Life Transitions.
Liane Wood, RP
Trauma, PTSD, Relationship Issues, Anxiety, Depression