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Sensitive The Untold StoryWelcome!
I'm sure you are here because you or someone you know is a highly sensitive person (HSP). There are many benefits to working with a HSP trained counselor. It begins with learning to understand the characteristics, strengths and challenges of the trait. When you are able to recognize the cues of over-stimulation you can take better care of yourself. Better self-care and self-awareness will improve your relationship with loved ones! For example, I teach sensitives researched-based acupressure points to manage emotional overstimulation. See my Points to Happy Method under Wellness Courses and Products and subscribe to my newsletter to learn more.
If you are ready to get started email Jana Rupnow, licensed therapist for HSPs. You can also book a HSP coaching session using the scheduling app at the bottom of this page or call 214-520-4141. Get more information by subscribing to the HSP newsletter- click on DallasHSP below.

What does it mean to be a highly sensitive person?

Dr. Elaine Aron first discovered the normal trait of sensitivity and explains what it means in her book, The Highly Sensitive Person. Last year, she released the film Sensitive, The Untold Story which is available for viewing on VHX. Learn more about the characteristics of the trait.

Tips for Highly Sensitive People

Summer Vacations and the Travel Paradox, Jana Rupnow, LPC

Like many sensitives, you probably love the sensory experiences that travel offers, like beautiful beaches, sunsets and rich mountain scenery. Simultaneously, you become over-aroused by crowded airports, high frequency noises and unfamiliar surroundings. Sensitives deal with many paradoxes, especially sensation-seeking sensitives. Dr. Aron describes HSPs as walking "a fine line between the impulsive, expansive warrior and the advisor. Both easily bored and easily over-aroused."