Jennifer Bargmann, MS, LPC
Offering therapy in Colorado, Wisconsin & Minnesota
Individual Therapy, Group Therapy, Supervision, Consultation, Mentorship
My passions and specialty areas include working with eating disorders, self injury and highly sensitive people. As a counselor educator, I am passionate about helping HST’s (highly sensitive therapists) navigate the unique challenges which arise for us as we are entering the field and/or maintaining a practice. I love working with graduate students who are working towards their master’s degree in school and professional counseling and who are HSP. I am an HSP/HST. I offer supervision to those seeking licensure in Colorado and am able to consult with and/or mentor others hoping to learn more about working with someone who is an HSP.
Diane Baumgartner, LISW, LCSW
The Me I want to Be, LLC (Online Therapy)
563-362-2379 | firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a Highly Sensitive Person and a therapist who is passionate about working with other HSPs. Together we will explore the wonderful gifts of this trait as well as some of the challenges that may go along with it. I offer a genuine, caring, and compassionate presence along with a holistic and individualized approach to self-discovery.
Additional areas of focus include trauma, PTSD, anxiety, low self-esteem, attachment, codependency, depression, life transitions, and grief. I am certified in Brainspotting, trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) and also use CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) and mindfulness.
I offer sessions online exclusively, using a secure, HIPAA compliant video conferencing platform for individuals who live in Iowa, Mississippi, and Wisconsin.
Jessica Cline, LCSW
Relationship issues for HSP
College Students- (former UW Faculty)
I also offer secure online video conferencing sessions for those who live in the state of WI.
Matt George, MS, LPC, NCC
I am a counselor (and fellow HSP) specializing in work with highly sensitive adults. I provide a counseling experience tailored to the unique strengths and concerns of HSPs.
Cate Kalin, LCSW
I help women and college students who identify as emotionally sensitive. You may struggle with perfectionism, anxiety, depression, losing yourself in others, setting boundaries, or trauma. This heightened compassion is your super power! It is the source of your creativity, your passion, and your intuition! But in our culture, it can often be met with criticism leading us to feel as though we don’t belong. We learn to push away our emotions to gain acceptance only to feel more isolated. My clients want to step out of conditioning based in shame, patriarchy, and trauma and learn to trust their gifts, emotions, and intuition!
With mindfulness, somatic therapies, and DBT, I will help you stop self-sabotaging, get comfortable with the experience of your emotions, and guide you in tuning into your wants, your needs, your limits, and your values. I can help you let go of others’ expectations of you so that you can live the life YOU want to live and trust yourself above all others.
Erin Olson, MEd, MS, LPC
I am a licensed professional counselor and highly sensitive person who works with adults and adolescents who are highly sensitive and struggle with anxiety, perfectionism, intense emotions, and self-criticism. I also support and provide resources to parents of highly sensitive children at HSChild.com.
Michelle Scott, MS, LPC-IT
111 N. Main Street, Suite 100
Janesville, WI 53545
702 N. Blackhawk Avenue, Suite 215
Madison, WI 53705
I help women living with chronic illness heal faster by improving their relationship with their body and themselves. As an HSP and someone who also has chronic illnesses, I’ve found that being in tune with the body really helps to identify overstimulation and how to manage it. I also am a Reiki Master Teacher and utilize this as a tool for somatic therapy.
Bronwyn Shiffer, LCSW
Ashley Thompson, MA, LPC, LPCC
I work with HSPs, people-pleasers, perfectionists, high achievers and those who find themselves anxious often. In our work together you will gain new personal insights, learn to work with your strengths and hold space for the parts of you that try to get your attention by creating overwhelm. I use Internal Family Systems therapy to help my clients listen to their intuition, emotions, body and thoughts, increasing connection, calm and clarity.