Jacquie Drury, MA, LPCC
Anxiety Disorders (except OCD), Grief/Loss, Highly Sensitive individuals, life transitions, and relationship concerns. Adults only.
Sandra G. Coffman, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
3454 Oak Alley Court, Suite 410, Toledo, OH 43606
My focus is on the strengths and challenges of highly sensitive, energy sensitive, and empathic persons. Self-awareness and acquisition of skills to manage symptoms of reactivity and hypervigilance often improve mood and outlook. Practicing strategies to protect our personal energy resources can prevent our being constantly drained by others. Learning to thrive, rather than just survive, in relationship with self and others brings us closer to our whole and authentic selves. My clinical training was in cognitive and dialectical behavioral therapies, and in psychophysiology and drug abuse research. My approach reflects the Rogerian tenet that empathy is the healing ingredient. Decades working as a registered nurse have heightened my medical intuition, and so I can often also offer help with management of medical issues that affect well-being. To join client wait list, please email.
Bridget Gray, M.Ed., LPCC-S
I practice exclusively online using telehealth video sessions in the state of Ohio.
330-299-8676 | https://www.bridgetgraylpcc.com/
Bridget Gray (she/her/hers) is a Highly Sensitive Person who completed her Master’s degree in Community Counseling in 2009 from Kent State University. She is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in the state of Ohio and a Board Certified Telemental Health provider (BC-TMH).
Bridget’s areas of expertise includes assisting highly sensitive people with the treatment of depression, anxiety, adjustment disorders, postpartum concerns, trauma, spiritual concerns, and relationships. Bridget loves the therapeutic process and focuses on working with her clients to find solutions and improve their coping skills.
Jessica Magenheimer, LMFT
I specialize in working with Highly Sensitive People and recovering perfectionists & people-pleasers. I love helping HSPs address anxiety and relationship difficulties, set healthy boundaries, increase self-compassion and see their sensitivity as their superpower! I’m a certified Brainspotting therapist and also incorporate the modalities of DBT, ACT and narrative therapy. I’m an HSP, as well.
Matthew E. Morgan, MA, LPCC
I provide continuity of care through the relationship spectrum, helping clients heal, rebuild, and connect – all through online
therapy. I focus on healing attachment wounds by addressing grief, loss, and unmet needs from the past. Ideally, I love to see
individuals come together as families and then help those families build boundaries and communication through premarital and marital counseling. I also work to address the spiritual needs of the individual – especially those from a Christian background. Through it all, HSPs will find love, healing, understanding, and forgiveness as they develop self-esteem through self-compassion, helping them to adjust to work and family life with their gifts of empathy and sensitivity. I work in this modality because I too am an HSP.
Bridget Petri, LPCC
My hope is to help clients process trauma and stressors within their lives, and to come out with more insight and clarity. I particularly enjoy working with women and teens wanting to build self esteem, self awareness and/or cultivate healthier relationships. I also have knowledge and experience working with introversion and HSP’s. Currently seeing Ohio clients both in person and via telehealth.
Kimberly Whitt, MSW
I primarily work with adults who are highly sensitive, have chronic pain or somatic issues, and who suffer with depression, anxiety, and trauma. I also work with couples utilizing Emotionally Focused Therapy techniques.
Julie Wrocklage, MS, LPCC, NCC
If you are a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), an introvert, or you are struggling with codependency or burnout, you are in the right place! Supporting clients in slowing down, establishing self-care and defining their boundaries is one of my favorite parts of being a therapist.
You deserve a place of refuge that’s just for you (i.e. therapy). My primary goal is for you to feel seen, heard, understood and valued throughout our work together. I tailor my approach to each person and operate from a person-centered, trauma-informed, mindfulness-based perspective.
My practice is affirming of LGBTQ+ individuals and people of color.