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Online Therapy for Highly Sensitive People (HSP) in California

Are you struggling with perfectionism and being overly critical of yourself?

Maybe you're experiencing anxiety that becomes overwhelming, or perhaps there is miscommunication and tension in your relationships.


You may be having feelings of inadequacy and low self-worth, or simply are scared you are not meeting expectations.


Perhaps you’re scared that you'll never feel understood. 

Whatever it is that you’re experiencing, you’re beginning to notice the impact in every facet of your life:

  • Persistent worry about not being good enough

  • Uncertain or anxious about unpredictable situations

  • Consistently being overly impacted by others' emotions 

  • Reacting intensely to minor stressors

Online Therapy for HSPs can help.

It may feel impossible now, but you can express yourself confidently.


You can see your sensitivity as a strength rather than a weakness.


You can set healthy boundaries to protect your energy and well-being.


And I can help you get there.

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Therapy for the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) helps you do 6 things:

  1. Educated yourself about the traits of HSPs

  2. Surround yourself with supportive, understanding, and empathetic friends and family

  3. Set healthy boundaries to protect your energy and well-being

  4. Say "no" to commitments or environments that could overwhelm you

  5. Thrive in a well-structured environment with routines that reduce stress

  6. Prioritize your self-care

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I’ll help you through this process, tailoring each step to your unique needs and circumstances.


My approach to therapy for HSPs comes from a place of understanding and connection : believing YOU are not the problem, but you have been lacking the guidance and encouragement to purposefully navigate life's challenges.

It's time to experience transformative change and lead a more fulfilling and balanced life.


Q: What are therapy for HSP sessions like?

A: Therapy consists of 50 minute long weekly sessions. During the sessions the therapist will be a supportive listener as the client provides a brief history and identifies negative thoughts that they would like to be replaced. Then, improving self-care and practicing calming awareness tools are focused on. Next, goals and progress are reflected on regularly to provide acknowledgement, encouragement, and validation.


Q: How long do I need to be in therapy?

A: The length of therapy is very dependent on the client and their individual needs and circumstances. Some clients find relief after just a few months of therapy and others take a bit longer. The pace and length of therapy is really up to the client's desire and ability to implement learned tools/understandings in their personal lives.


Q: How do I know if therapy for the Highly Sensitive Person will work for me?

A: While no therapist can make guarantees, if a client shows up to sessions and chooses to show up for themselves, most clients find relief and start to feel better. Many of today's solutions for therapy are one-size-fits-all, leading so many to feel dependent on their therapist or like they're not making any real progress. I know that your circumstances are unique, so every step is tailored to you and always with your end goals in mind. 


Q: How do we get started?

A: Reach out by sending a message, emailing, or calling. We will arrange a quick 15 minute phone chat. Our conversation will consist of you sharing a little about what is going on and me answering any questions you may have. We will both have a chance to decide if we are a good fit. Then, I will get some general information so I can email you a few forms to fill out and sign before our first session. 

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