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I identify myself as:

 Highly Sensitive Person  |  Introvert  |  INFJ/ISFJ (Myers-Briggs)

Introvert   |   Recovering Perfectionist   |   Devotee of Ice Cream

Growing up I was always told I was too sensitive.  I remember being told that I

needed to toughen up and to stop letting things bother me.

 

For the longest time I thought there was something wrong with me because I felt things so strongly.  

It wasn't until I found out that I was HIGHLY SENSITIVE INTROVERT that it all made sense.

Now I see my high sensitivity as a  positive! 

Along the way I discovered ways to navigate our non-highly sensitive, extroverted world.

I learned ways to cancel out negative self-beliefs and anxiety-provoking thoughts,

cut out overstimulation and overwhelm, overcome perfectionism, and set personal boundaries.  

It is my purpose to help YOU do the same.  

 

I want you to feel comfortable in your own skin

and no longer feel inadequate or like there is something wrong with you.

I no longer want you to feel like you have to "get over" your sensitivities

in order to fit in. 

Because I have these empathic traits, I have a good understanding of the unique

needs of someone with Innate Sensitivity.

Is that you?

USING THESE EMPATHIC TRAITS I HAVE HELPED CLIENTS:

Increase self-esteem


Let go of past hurt and painful memories


Forgive others

Forgive themselves


Learn how to stand
up to others



Move past blocks

Stop the constant worry


Develop coping
positive skills



Release negative thoughts

Detach from toxic people


Figure out what is
keeping them stuck



Overcome their triggers

Now, what can I help you overcome? 

What problems are you ready to let go of for good?  

In Case You Wanted The Deets:

2011 – Stockton University (NJ) – Bachelor’s in Social Work, Minor in Holistic Health

2011 – EMDR Level I training

2012 – EMDR Level II training

2012 – Widener University (PA)– Master’s in Clinical Social Work

 
Licensed in Florida, New Jersey, Hawaii
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