Do you often feel fatigued or tired after even a short time in a public place? Have you felt misunderstood or shamed by expressing your thoughts? You may be an HSP.
On this episode of The Stay Inspired Podcast, we’re getting in depth on what it means to be a Highly Sensitive Person (or HSP). We’ll be talking about some of the root causes of suffering for HSP’s, and what you can change to help ease the chronic stress and fatigue that often comes with it.
This heightened sensitivity brings many people into my clinic, and since working with them, I have developed techniques to help bring them the calm and peace that they need. With these practices, I hope that you can take control of your environment and get the life that you deserve!
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“They’ve been told to toughen up and they are often misunderstood by their partners, spouses, family, friends, and colleagues.” – Kongit Farrell
- What an HSP is
- Why they often seek help through therapy
- How to set up your life to avoid the stress of being highly sensitive
- The benefits of consciously curating your environment
- Why you shouldn’t overlook your sense of smell
- What textures bring you calm?
“The most important part of environmental curation for HSP’s is to set up an environment that is comfortable and pleasant for all of the senses.” – Kongit Farrell
- Take the Highly Sensitive Person quiz
“[HSP’s} are just tired of life feeling like a struggle.” – Kongit Farrell
Kongit is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (CA – 97773) and her therapeutic approach is eclectic, but firmly rooted in CBT, Narrative and Solution-Focused methodologies. She is an EMDR therapist and is completing advanced course work in Sex Therapy at The Buehler Institute of Orange County. Kongit is the Founder of the Inspired Journey Counseling Center in Downtown Los Angeles.
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