Highly Sensitive People (HSP) | Stefanie Rosen, Psy.D., MFT
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Highly Sensitive Person

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Highly Sensitive person (HSP)

 

Are you a Highly Sensitive Person or HSP? If so, you are not alone. Approximately 15-20 percent of the population shares the trait of high sensitivity as defined by Dr. Elaine Aron in her studies and books on the topic. As you know, it’s not easy being highly sensitive. It is a trait that has long been misunderstood and is often criticized. Have you ever been told by family and friends that you are too sensitive, or too emotional? Do you feel different from other people or even a bit weird? Do you sometimes feel like there is no barrier between you and the emotions of the people around you? Do you think a lot, and have a rich and complex inner life? There are many more characteristics that go along with being HSP, or that you might identify in your highly sensitive child. I am listed by Dr. Aron as a professional with knowledge and training in the treatment of highly sensitive adults, teens and adolescents. I can help you define and address some of the particular challenges you face as a highly sensitive person, or as a parent to a highly sensitive child. In fact, it is a particular pleasure of mine to be able to help you make sense of who you are in the world, and to articulate and celebrate the very qualities that may have made you feel “other.”

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