Anne Arndt, MA, CHT
Highly sensitive, heart-centered therapist working with adults. Specialty working with highly sensitive people. Supporting and guiding people as they step out of the shadows and into the light of who they are and who they came here to be for over 15 years.
Transformational Coaching, Mindfulness-based Somatic Psychotherapy, Hypnotherapy, and Reiki. Master’s Degree Transpersonal Psychology, BS Psychology, Certified Transformational Coach, Certified Hypnotherapist, Certified Wellness Counselor, and Reiki/Master Teacher.
One on one work as well as groups, classes and workshops around personal and spiritual growth. Working in person or over Skype/Google Hangouts, Anne offers a safe space to explore, grow, and ultimately transform so you are free to live life as your truest, most authentic self.
Merla Arnold, PhD
I am available for a range of consultation services.
For my professional information please go to https://www.linkedin.com/in/merla-arnold-409615b/
Jennifer Bargmann, MS, LPC
I specialize in eating disorders, self injury, working with school and professional counselors who are entering the field or working towards their master’s degree, and highly sensitive people. I am an HSP. Several times throughout the year I offer support groups for HSP’s with a colleague. I am able to provide supervision to those seeking licensure in Colorado and am able to consult or mentor others hoping to learn more about working with someone who is an HSP.
Catherine M. Blake, MA, LPC
Cathy is a highly sensitive, warm, and heart-focused person. Her passion is helping people find happiness by harmonizing mind and body, deepening relationships, and assisting the highly sensitive person to thrive. Cathy specializes in the highly sensitive person, trauma/PTSD, and brain injury. She is certified in EMDR therapy and has specialized training in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Body-Mind Psychotherapy, and play therapy. Cathy is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Colorado. She has an MA in Somatic Counseling Psychology from Naropa University, an MBA from the University of Colorado, a BS from Metropolitan State College, and a BA from Rutgers University. She enjoys hiking in the Colorado mountains, gardening, and dance
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.
Lindsey Boes, MS, LMFT
My clients are mostly women, LGBTQ+ folks, teens, and people in relationships. I use she/her/hers pronouns and I believe therapy is a sacred place where my job is to provide my clients with space to do challenging work while validating their experience. My clients often work with me on reducing the influence of Depression, Anger, Anxiety, Shame, Grief, and Self-Hate, and no two sessions are the same.
Jael A. Esquibel, MA, LPC, NCC
I am a compassionate counselor who works with individuals using a collaborative, identity-affirming and culturally responsive approach. I strive to be authentic and fully present in each of my sessions, giving each of my clients the time and attention they deserve. I specialize in and am passionate about working with multicultural populations and LGBTQIA+ populations, including transgender and gender non-binary individuals, their family members and loved ones. I am an HSP myself and I enjoy helping other HSPs through discovering more about their trait and providing support along their life journey.
Rhonda Forsyth, LPC
Online counseling is available for individuals located anywhere within the state of Colorado. Woodland Park is a mountain community about an hour West of Colorado Springs.
Body Centered Psychotherapy, Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT or “tapping”), Energy Psychology modalities, Trauma-Informed Therapy, Psychological Astrology, Pagan spirituality, HSP, Anxiety and Depression. Prime population is adults ages 25-35 years old. I have read The Highly Sensitive Child and both of my young children are also highly sensitive.
Melissa George, PhD
I am a Jungian psychotherapist working with individuals and couples using psychodynamic, emotion focused, and family systems therapy techniques. I often work with clients who are struggling with finding deeper meaning and purpose in life. Many are successful by society’s standards but feel a deep sense of loss or lack of fulfillment inside. I help individuals bring awareness to unknown underlying patterns that have long driven their decisions and behavior. By removing these obstacles and making the unconscious conscious clients can bring awareness to their own life force so they may move toward becoming the person they truly are meant to be and living a more fulfilling life.
Amy Hallagan, LCSW
I am an LCSW with over 10 years of counseling experience. I have transitioned to practice as a coach and focus on helping highly sensitive people to embrace their trait as a strength. I help my clients to find liberation and self-acceptance. I also help them to create a balanced life flow aligned with their HSP trait in order to achieve greater fulfillment, ease, and inner peace.
Becca Hart, MA, LPC
I have over ten years of experience working with highly sensitive people and am an HSP myself. My practice is women-focused, and I help clients process trauma and/or adverse life events using Brainspotting therapy. I also specialize in maternal mental health.
Nancy Lee, MA, LPC
I specialize in supporting adults who are dealing with high levels of anxiety and stress. I help my clients develop greater self-understanding and self-acceptance in the service of goals like personal growth, life changes, and better mental health. I also have expertise in parenting highly sensitive children.
I am a highly sensitive person with multiple minority identities, so I respect the complex relationship between sensitivity, identity, and mental health. I take a culturally informed empowerment approach to my work. I am comfortable talking about current themes like the pandemic, financial stress, medical trauma, race, injustice, and intersectionality.
It’s time to let go of old wounds, struggles, and narratives. If you’re ready to move forward, give me a call.
Scott Lilleston, RP, CHT, LMT, CAMT
Somatic (mind/body) therapist specializing in Hakomi body-centered psychotherapy. Anxiety, depression, chronic pain issues, intergenerational trauma, spiritual crisis, major life transitions, finding soul purpose. HSP counseling & mentoring – men, women, adolescent. Is an HSP.
Lindsey Lowrance, LCSW
Highly Sensitive Parents, adult women, people that have experienced trauma or had negative childhood experiences, HSP moms of many kids or twins/triplets
Brooke Nielsen, MA, LMFT
Are you ready to shift out of overwhelm and into a powerful calm? With 15 years of experience working with Highly Sensitive People and trauma healing, I create a warm and relaxed environment in which people feel accepted and heard. I use a collaborative and strengths-based approach, and HSPs who work with me discover the gifts that lie hidden in what they thought were the worst parts of themselves.
I specialize in teens through adults struggling with anxiety, trauma, and empathy overload. EMDR, EFT (Emotion Focused Therapy), body-based work, and IFS (Internal Family Systems).
Elinor (Elly) Nygren Szapiro, MA LPC
I am an HSP myself, and being an HSP is a deeply significant part of my life. I’ve been in practice 40 years and have specialized in supporting my fellow HSPs from about the time Elaine Aron coined the term in the 1990’s. My sessions are specifically geared towards the unique needs of an HSP’s sensitive nervous system. I know what it’s like to be in your shoes and can sense the most effective way to support you in getting to the heart, or root, of the challenge you’re dealing with and make the lasting changes you’re longing for.
My style is warm, down to earth and compassionate, as well as deeply intuitive and insightful. I use a variety of approaches in addition to talk therapy, including: Brainspotting; EMDR; Body Centered; Meditative approaches and Hypnotherapy.
My specialties are: Helping people overcome repetitive stuck patterns; Trauma; PTSD and Spiritual growth.
Scott F. Olds, Registered Psychotherapist
Scott provides couples counseling and individual counseling in Arvada (West Denver) and Boulder, Colorado. Specialties include couples communication skills and work with anxiety, depression, illness, and grief. He also enjoys working with Highly Sensitive People (HSPs).
Scott is a Registered Psychotherapist in the state of Colorado. He is trained and tested in working with The Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) and completed PAIRS Level 1 Professional Training for couples counseling in 2018. Scott received training from the Denver Family Institute, CMI, and the Shambhala Center Boulder on subjects including grief counseling, crisis and trauma, grieving children and teens, transforming obstacles into opportunity, and love.
Scott has 16 years of experience facilitating groups and individuals experiencing grief, chronic illness, and loss. After losing his first wife to ALS, he transformed his grief into action by guiding others to find happiness and meaning in their lives. Scott has worked with a broad spectrum of organizations in the metro-Denver area, including the ALS Association, Brain Injury Association of Colorado, Judi’s House (family support for grief and loss), and Cornerstone Drug Rehab.
Scott currently serves as treasurer and board member of the Colorado Association of Psychotherapists.
He has served the community as a board member in mental health organizations, including the Jeffco Family Support Network, Colorado Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health (FFCMH), and was the founding President of the Jefferson County affiliate of FFCMH. Scott also served on the advisory board of Jefferson County Mental Health Court and Foothills Behavioral Health Partners. He is a member of the Open Path Collective.
Molly Olk, LPC
I have read the HSP, HSC and HSP in Love. My practice specializes in eating disorders – more info on my website! I am an HSP.
Erin Pinegar, MA, LPC
My specialties are anxiety, depression, highly sensitive people, and couples counseling. I also work with many individuals who are experiencing a major life change such as divorce, job change, and loss of a loved one. I work with adolescents 15 and up and adults.
Vicki L Quarles, LCSW
In addition to being a Licensed Therapist, I am also a Certified Grief Counselor. As a Baby Boomer, I enjoy working with clients who are coping with the aging process. Natural aging comes with many life changes including the death of loved ones and pets. I am also an HSP and feel passionately about helping other HSPs understand and accept their trait and learn to navigate life differently.”
Rafia Rebeck, MA, LPC
HSP’s navigating self-concept, career and relationships; Intersection of sensitivity and introversion; Consultations with parents re: HSP children and teens; Hakomi trained. I am an HSP. Not currently accepting new clients.
Jan L. Rosko, MA, LPC, NCC
I am a certified Clinical Trauma Specialist, trained and experienced in EMDR. I also enjoy marriage/relationship work, and am Level 2 trained in Gottman Method Couples Therapy. I have both professional and personal experience with HSP. I am an HSP.
Jessica Savage, MA, LPC
I am currently providing online sessions at this time, but I hope to be able to offer both online and in person sessions in the future.
303-900-8759 | firstname.lastname@example.org | http://www.savagecounselingservices.com
I usually work with adults, but may consider some children and teens. In our work together, we may focus on the following issues: rebuilding self-esteem and confidence, setting and maintaining boundaries, learning to manage anxiety, stress, and/or trauma, navigating life transitions, and coping with chronic illness or caregiving for someone with a chronic illness.
Arianna Smith, MA, LPC, EMDR
I am an HSP that is passionate about providing support to HSPs, survivors of violence/trauma/abuse, the LGBTQIA+ community and those experiencing burnout/secondary trauma. My pronouns are she/her/hers. I am trained in EMDR, a type of non-talk psychotherapy that is targeted to help people heal from emotional distress, trauma, and other difficult life events. I offer individual therapy in person, phone, or video-chat.
I have an active blog which offers free and helpful content around a variety of issues, with a focus on minimalism and ways to thrive as a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP).
Jacquelyn Strickland, LPC
HSPs – Education, Mentoring, Coaching, Counseling, Psychotherapy, blending therapeutic orientations and coaching strategies with a spiritual foundation to discover, honor and live your Authentic HSP Life. Certified in Myers Briggs Personality Inventory, EMDR, Level II, Hypnotherapy. I’m also an HSP.
Anne-Marie Suddreth, MA
I am passionate about working with HSPs. While focusing on women with trauma, depression, and anxiety it became obvious that many were highly sensitive (HS) people who felt traumatized as children. They were often belittled because adults accused them of being too sensitive, overexaggerating, or trying to cause problems. They may have been teased by other children for their sensitivity. For a HS child, this teasing and punishment affects them more deeply than others, and they become HS adults who live with shame and feelings of inadequacy.
Understanding your HS nature will change your life as an adult. As an HSP myself, I love nothing better than to help people learn to appreciate and care for who they are.
Kathryn Weingardt, M.S., LPC
Offices in Aurora and Parker, Colorado:
2600 S. Parker Road Bldg. 4, Suite 242A, Aurora, CO 80014
19555 E. Parker Square Drive, Suite 215,Parker, CO 80134
303-750-2082 ext. 355 | email@example.com
As a therapist in mid life, through much work on myself, I have recently discovered that I have been a Highly Sensitive Person my entire life! Looking back on my childhood and young adult experiences, thru the lens of a Highly Sensitive Person, I have realized that everything now makes sense! The sensitivities to loud noises, bright lights, and medications, the need for deep thinking and connecting, being empathic to other’s emotions, being deeply moved by music and spirituality are all attributes in which I identify. I appreciate the gifts HSP’s bring to life!
If you have recently discovered your HSP trait, I would be honored to walk along with you as we reveal your strengths and challenges in all areas of your life.
I have over 25 years experience as a licensed professional counselor. By taking the time to really understand my clients, I am able to customize the strategies that best enable you to reach your goals. I utilizes an intuitive holistic approach which addresses the mind, body, and spirit connection.
I work with adults addressing issues of anxiety, depression, grief, codependency, loneliness, life transitions, including divorce adjustment (before, during, and after), spirituality, and finding your soul’s purpose.
I accept most Health Insurance and Employee Assistance Program benefits.
Andy Yang, MA, LPC