Have you ever felt the sinking, hot sensation that you’re about to be discovered, and exposed as a fraud? If so, you know how powerful imposter syndrome can be for highly sensitive people (HSPs). The good news is that imposter syndrome doesn’t have to control your life.... Read More
HSP courses to help the Highly Sensitive Person better understand themselves and their trait of high sensitivity.
If you ever woken up and wished that you could restart or retrain how your brain handles the ups and downs of life as a highly sensitive person (HSP), you're in luck. Psychotherapist and HSP expert, Julie Bjelland, has such a course that has helped countless sensitive people overcome sensory sensitivity, develop the skills to handle their emotions, cultivate self-compassion, find a deeper sense of self, and more through her courses and teachings. With Julie's expertise, you can retrain and rewire your HSP brain.... Read More
By signing up for this HSP journey to authenticity course with Julie Bjelland, you'll be in for a wonderful explorative path of working through you strengths, finding what motivates and inspires you, as well as discovering how you are wired. ... Read More
If you are a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), you may have a unique set of qualities that can make you an exceptional coach. HSPs are often empathetic, intuitive, and insightful, which can be valuable assets in helping others achieve their goals. If you are considering starting an HSP coaching business, there are several things to consider before launching your practice.... Read More
As a Highly Sensitive Person who became an integrative mental health coach, I’ve experienced both sides of the table in HSP coaching. I have been the HSP seeking support for my challenges, and I’ve been the coach supporting HSPs with their struggles. When I think about my experiences and those that others have shared with me, I realized there I had similar challenges in common with my clients — specifically, there are three common reasons that HSPs seek coaching.... Read More
While I was training to become an integrative mental health coach a few years ago, I learned that I have the Sensory Processing Sensitivity (SPS) trait, which is the clinical term for Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). Learning about my sensitivity revolutionized my approach to my career, and I thought, How do I become an HSP coach? (This was something I really needed for myself, and something I eventually offered to my clients through the HSP certification course I helped develop.)... Read More