Tom Adams, LCMHC
I specialize in working with Highly Sensitive People and those suffering from relational trauma, especially as a result of dealing with narcissistic partners and/or parents.
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.
Lisa A. Barella, M.S., LCMHCA, NCC
1931 New Garden Road, Suite 206, Greensboro, NC 27410
In-person therapy offered in Greensboro, NC. Telehealth sessions offered via HIPAA compliant platform for those residing in North Carolina.
I help highly sensitive persons communicate feelings, listen to the voice within, reconnect with needs and wants, be autonomous, set boundaries, implement healthy communication in professional and personal relationships, and develop healthy coping strategies to combat anxiety. The path toward a life filled with love and happiness starts with a single first step: self-acceptance. I’m the guide to help you discover what works for YOU. I’m here to help you THRIVE.
Shelby Bollar, MS, LCMHC
I work with adults from various backgrounds and with diverse presenting issues. My specialties include trauma, self-esteem, and highly sensitive people.
Blair Buckler, LCMHC
Working with older teens and adults, incorporating DBT skills training and education.
Adina Arden Cooper, MA, LCMHC
I offer a unique blend of mental health counseling and soul healing called Shadow Journeying. This method digs into unconscious experiences through IFS therapy, shamanic practices, somatic strategies and inner child healing. It is best suited for highly sensitive, creative adults.
Har Darshan Kaur Khalsa, MA, LPC
Sara Dochterman, LCSW
Fully online practice in Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. I meet with clients on a secure, HIPAA-compliant videoconference platform, giving you the flexibility of being anywhere in Florida, North Carolina or Georgia, in the comfort of your own space, to receive the support you need.
(561) 533-0948 | firstname.lastname@example.org | h
Kelly French, MS, LCMHC, CHT
828-214-7870| email@example.com | http://onethoughtnc.com/
Sherry Friedman, MS, MA, MS Ed., LCMHC
I am an HSP therapist who integrates traditional evidenced-based psychotherapy (CBT, DBT, EMDR) with my unique background in holistic nursing, complementary energy healing practices, and expressive arts therapy to skillfully address traumatic stress, anxiety, depression, and a variety of mood disorders. After decades of work experience with children and families in clinical, educational, and community mental health settings, in addition to 20+ years of personal experience as a highly sensitive parent of my own highly sensitive children (now adults), I am well-equipped to consult with parents raising highly sensitive children. It is my honor to be able to specialize in empowering HSP children, teens, adults, and couples seeking therapy to become the amazing individuals they came here to be!
Heidi Germano, MA
828-409-9047 | heidiDgermano@gmail.com
Jessica Hair, M.Ed., NCC, LPC
919-808-5984 | firstname.lastname@example.org | brighttreecounseling.comhttp://www.kelley-counseling.com/
Maggie Jennings, LCMHC, RPT
I work with parents and teens virtually in Texas
214-755-6119 | Maggie@
I do play therapy with highly sensitive children. I also work with adolescents and young adults (21 and younger) that are HSP’s. I specialize in trauma, anxiety and depression. I enjoy assisting parents in helping empower their HSC. I am a HSP.
Amelia Kelley, PhD, MS, LPC, ATR, 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
Karyn Louritt, MS
|I primarily practice play therapy with children between the ages of 3-12.|
I hold a Masters of Science degree in Mental Health Counseling from the University of the District of Columbia (HBCU). I work largely from an Internal Family Systems (IFS) perspective, an evidence based theoretical approach that is unique to many other types of therapy. I am also a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) myself.
I appreciate and enjoy working with those who have been impacted by trauma. This includes veterans and military family members, as well as LGBTQ populations, those with Anger issues, Chronic and Terminal illness, Anxiety, Depression, Relationship issues, Life transitions, Grief, Men’s issues, and those struggling with substance abuse and addiction issues. As a Trauma Informed therapist, I work to be aware of the complex impact of trauma (any perceived trauma) on a person’s suffering and how it shapes a person’s efforts to cope.
INFJ, Enneagram 4
Rachael Massell, LCSW-S
I specialize in working with adults in group and individual therapy. Typically, clients are high-functioning with a history of attachment/family-of-origin issues and/or complex or relational trauma. I use a relational/attachment-oriented approach and strategically employ EMDR to help move through more “stuck” pieces of work/trauma. As an HSP myself, I particularly enjoy supporting HSP’s in learning how to embrace this trait while building out a meaningful and sustainable life. Additionally, I work from a Health at Every Size and Intuitive Eating frame to help folks shift their relationship to food, movement, and their bodies. Other specialities include using a mind-body approach to work with chronic pain/illness, integrating Buddhist psychology, and providing LGBTQIA-affirming and anti-oppressive care.
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.
Rafia Rebeck, MA, LCMHC
HSPs navigating self-concept, career, and relationships. Intersection of sensitivity and introversion. Sensitivity and spirituality. Consultations with parents re: HSP children and teens. Hakomi trained. Mindfulness-based. I am an HSP.
John Riley, MA, LCMHC
919-717-2598 | email@example.com | https://johnrileylpc.comAs an HSP myself, I bring a lot of depth and curiosity to my therapy relationships. I use my background in mindfulness practice and Attachment to work with adults and older adolescents. In addition to my work with HSPs, I also specialize in trauma both developmental and shock. I am trained in EMDR.
Michelle Schoenfeld, LCSW, LICSW
Offering Telehealth sessions online in HIPAA compliant platform for residents of North Carolina, Florida, Massachusetts, and Virginia.
Offering In-Person Therapy Options in Southwest Florida.
Michellelivhap@gmail.com | https://thewholeheartedtherapist.com
Hi, I am Michelle and I’m glad you are here. I help highly sensitive women ages 20-45, who struggle with self esteem and confusion achieve clarity and confidence. As a Highly Sensitive Person myself, I am conscientious and passionate in our work together. My goal is for you to come to know yourself well, and have clarity and confidence on your path. My clients feel comfortable with my warm and down to earth personality. My counsel is marked by respect, nurturance, and practical & intuitive guidance.
I am an in-network provider with Aetna, Oxford and United Health Care for residents of Florida, Massachusetts, and Virginia.
Andrew Shaw, MEd, LCMHC
My goal is to offer counseling that is evidence based, trauma informed, and multiculturally affirming. I’m a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor and board-certified National Certified Counselor, with training in DBT, EMDR, and ERP therapy approaches. Highly sensitive myself, it’s an honor to be present with clients as they integrate self-compassion with personal growth, heal from trauma, and take steps toward building a life that they truly want to be living. In addition to being knowledgeable about the Highly Sensitive Person trait, my areas of focus include gender and sexual diversity, wellness from a Health At Every Size perspective, and mindfulness-based strategies for resilience. I currently offer online counseling through telehealth to clients in North Carolina. If you’re looking for a counselor and think we may be a good fit, please feel free to visit my website for more information about my approach and current appointment availability. You’re also welcome to reach out to me directly by email or phone. Thank you for reading—wishing you all the best!
Christine F. Simpson, MSW, LCSW
I have over 30 years of experience working with Highly Sensitive People. I work with individuals of all ages and specialized for many years in the treatment of children and adolescents that are highly sensitive. An important part of that work has always been consulting with parents on their parenting with highly sensitive children. My approach is to help highly sensitive people better understand themselves, the gifts with being a HSP, how to handle stressors and difficulties, and how to best care for themselves in relationships and in this stimulating world. I believe in a holistic and integrative approach to treatment and work with other practitioners, as needed, to help HSP’s of ALL AGES live their best lives.
Jessie 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. I am a HSP and parent to a highly sensitive child.
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.
Dinh Tran, MSW
|Do you feel lonely and isolated? Does your high sensitivity make it impossible to form the intimate, engaging relationships you crave? Your highly sensitive nature is actually a strength, just one that needs to be supported. As a highly sensitive person myself, I know how difficult it is to connect with others. I spent 15 years depressed and anxious before my healing journey gave me the friendships and partnership I love today. Along the way, I learned tried and tested methods to help my patients achieve this too. Believe me, it IS possible to feel whole. Given your sensitivity, you can even have the most beautiful and compassionate of relationships. Call for your free consult to find out how, today.|
Martina G Williams, LCMHC, MS & BCC (Board Certified Coach)
I help high achieving adult HSPs step into their natural power in business and life. I am an introvert and HSP myself. Trying to be someone else leads to struggle and exhaustion. HSP’s often feel something is wrong with them. This is not the case. You simply need the right resources. You can learn to manage your natural abilities as a keen observer, excellent processor, and deep listener. And, learn to compassionately accept your nature.
My approach is science-based and heart centered. I help you develop resiliency skills, nervous system regulation, heal false beliefs, update coping strategies & rewire your brain so you can thrive and learn to live life on your own terms!
Yes, I also work with HSP extroverts.