Jessie Bohnenkamp, LPC
I am passionate about working with highly sensitive women, pregnant women and new mothers, and women with anxiety (or any combination of the above!). I have advanced training in maternal mental health and love using cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and supportive therapy to help HSP women and mothers feel healthier and more at ease in their lives.
Lori A. Bristow, PhD, LLC
My practice specializes in self-development and relationship issues. I enjoy working with adults who identify as highly sensitive or deeply empathic, and the struggle that may come with such sensory processing sensitivity or traits, like:
boundaries with self or others, emotional regulation and processing, making meaning of changes and life decisions, and
the desire for quiet or alone time in a demanding world.
Sandra G. Coffman, Ph.D.
Stephanie Johnson, Psy D
2805 McRae Road, Suite 2-D, Richmond, VA 23235
804-320-1797 | http://www.StephanieJohnsonPsychology.com |
I have significant experience working with this gifted personality. My therapy work is limited to adults, but I am happy to consult with parents of highly sensitive children as well. I welcome your call.
Sammy Kirk, LCSW, LICSW
You feel things intensely. You think deeply. Somewhere along the way, you may have gotten the message that this wasn’t okay– that you were too much or too sensitive. And maybe you believed it. While it may not always feel this way, I want you to know that I believe that strong feelings, deep thinking, and being highly attuned are great gifts.
I specialize in working with highly sensitive people, anxiety, and trauma, particularly childhood and medical trauma. I’m an HSP myself and have been described as warm, open, and playful. I always welcome all parts of a person and work from an attachment, psychodynamic, and internal family systems lens. Please reach out for a free consultation to learn more.
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.
Lucrezia Mangione, LCPC (MD), LPC (CT & VA),NCC, BC-TMH, DCEP
Hello. I specialize in working collaboratively with HSPs in growing self-acceptance, improving coping skills, and enhancing the overall quality of life by addressing stress, anxiety, depression, improving health behaviors and self-care. My private practice is a boutique, women-focused, holistic therapy private practice specializing in Anxiety, Stress, Sensory Processing Sensitivity, Mindfulness in support HSPs who are young adults to elders, parents of HSCs. I also provide consultation services for private practices on SPS. And yes, I’m also an HSP.
Marcia J McKinley, JD, PhD, NCC, LCPC (Maryland), LPC (Virginia), DCC
13240 Executive Park Terrace, Germantown, MD 20874
512 Herndon Parkway, Suite F, Herndon, VA 20170
telephone: 703-713-2442 * fax: 703-552-1317 * email: DrMarciaJMcKinley@gmail.com
I specialize in working with individuals of all ages who are gifted or twice-exceptional (gifted + another exceptionality, such as having ADHD, anxiety, or a mood disorder), most of whom are also highly sensitive; adolescents and young adults who are transitioning to adulthood; and individuals with trauma histories. I am trained in EMDR and offer teletherapy in Maryland and Virginia using a HIPAA-compliant platform. And, I am an HSP.
Timothy A Sanderson, MD
4101 Granby Street, Suite 203, Norfolk, VA 23504
As a Jungian Analyst, I encourage in depth approaches to life problems involving adaptations to both inner and outer worlds. I am also an HSP.
Kami Sidman, J.D., MA.Ed.
107 N. Payne Street, Alexandria, VA 22314
I also see clients throughout the DMV area via tele-health.
(571) 969-5264 | email@example.com | http://www.compassionatetherapycenter.com
I utilize Person-Centered and Existential approaches to help clients explore meaning in their lives and promote self-compassion. My approach can help you to recognize your own strengths and resources, as well as your capacity to adapt, grow, and demonstrate resilience when faced with challenges.
I specialize in supporting high-achieving, perfectionistic, and creative individuals with developing a more compassionate approach to themselves and more fulfilling relationships with others. I often work with clients who feel stuck professionally, struggle with work/life balance, or are considering a career change.
Victoria Chialy Smith, PhD, ABPP
I am a Johns Hopkins-trained licensed clinical psychologist with specialized expertise in the treatment of depression, anxiety, mood, stress, and life adjustment. Many of the clients I work with are children, teens, young adults, and adults who are highly sensitive.
Many of my clients are highly sensitive people and highly empathic. It can be tough to live in the world as a sensitive person. It can be exhausting, as your energy is used up simply to exist in a world that is not at all designed for the sensitive. I help highly sensitive people learn ways to remain grounded while building upon all the strengths that being a sensitive person brings — including creativity, closer connections and relationships with others — to flourish again.