Working with the Highly Sensitive Person Part 1 Workshop with Cindy Gale and Barbara Allen

A highly sensitive person (HSP) is someone with a natural, innate temperament trait characterised by...

Last updated 21 May 2024

A highly sensitive person (HSP) is someone with a natural, innate temperament trait characterised by being more responsive to environmental and internal stimuli. They have a genetic, biological difference in nervous system physiology.

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Working with the Highly Sensitive Person Part 1 Workshop with Cindy Gale and Barbara Allen

Presenter

Barbara Allen

Barbara Allen founded Growing Unlimited Therapeutic Consultancy (2002) and the National Centre for High Sensitivity (2010-19). She is a retired integrative therapist, group worker and supervisor with 30 years’ experience. She has written and presents continuing professional development workshops (CPD) for professionals on the trait of sensory processing sensitivity and is a speaker on the topic of highly sensitive people and sensitive living. She facilitates the empowerment of individual HSPs as a mentor 1-1, plus groups and workshops nationally and internationally, and has co-hosted a number of 4-day HSP Gathering Retreats. She is a founding member of International Consultants in High Sensitivity.

Cindy Gale

Cindy Gale has specialised in therapy for HSPs for 8 years and also runs support groups for HSPs.

She is a Certified Transactional Analyst, has a Diploma in Transactional Analysis Counselling, MSc in Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy and MBA. Cindy will be offering supervision in working with HSP clients soon.

She is a Climate Aware Practitioner and volunteers with the Climate Psychology Alliance providing therapeutic support around climate distress.

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