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Thu, Jul 13



Impacts on the Nervous System as a Highly Sensitive Person

What does it mean to be a "highly sensitive person"? Join this live webinar to find out.

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Impacts on the Nervous System as a Highly Sensitive Person
Impacts on the Nervous System as a Highly Sensitive Person

Time & Location

Jul 13, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM


About the event

This webinar is designed to provide mental health professionals with an overview of what it means to be a highly sensitive person both as a mental health professional and as a client that we serve. Being a highly sensitive person often impacts our nervous system and in this webinar we will explore just that! We will delve into the intricacies of the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) trait and examine the physiological and neurological processes involved to support an HSP.

Learning Objectives:

  • Attendees will be able to assess the traits of sensitivity in themselves and clients
  • Attendees will discuss the neurological process of sensory processing and ways to reduce stimulation
  • Attendees will be able to implement appropriate therapy methods for HSPs
  • Attendees will be able to explain implications for the Highly Sensitive Person

About the Presenter:

Ashley Hubbard graduated with a Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of North Texas. Ashley is the owner of Vibrant Journey Counseling, PLLC which offers telehealth counseling across the state of Texas. Ashley is licensed in both Texas and Washington State and specializes in working with adults who have experienced childhood sexual assault. Many of Ashley's clients experience Chronic PTSD symptoms, dissociation, and somatic pain. Ashley is a self identified Highly Sensitive person and works with many highly sensitive clients. She loves reading young adult fiction and has a zest for travel. Her dream vacation would be to go to Scotland! She has a passion for history, superheroes, Harry Potter, and baseball!

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