Specializing in Highly Sensitive People

Julie Bjelland, Psychotherapist, Author, Global Sensitivity Expert


Books for HSPs by Julie Bjelland

Julie Bjelland is the author of several books and journals on the subject of High Sensitivity. Click here for for an overview of all of her publications.


Psychologists Recommending Julie’s Books

  • Elaine Aron, PhD Recommended! A new book: [The Empowered Highly Sensitive Person] I don’t announce them all, but this looks like a good one.” -Elaine Aron, Author of The Highly Sensitive Person and pioneer for discovering and researching this trait.

  • Ted Zeff, PhD Recommended! "I highly recommend that highly sensitive people read Julie Bjelland's book, Brain Training for the Highly Sensitive Person. This thorough and well-researched book contains many techniques to help transform the HSP's life. Even if the student implements only a portion of the many practical and innovative methods that are presented in the book for calming the sensitive nervous system, the HSP will live a happier, more tranquil and productive life." Ted Zeff, author of The Highly Sensitive Person’s Survival Guide, The Strong, Sensitive Boy, and The Power of Sensitivity

  • Rick Hanson, PhD Recommended! “Julie’s new book [The Empowered Highly Sensitive Person] conveys the knowledge and insight, care and compassion, advice and support she brings to her work with Highly Sensitive People. Highly recommended!”

    “This book [Brain Training for the Highly Sensitive Person] is full of thoughtful, warm-hearted, and useful suggestions for calming and fortifying the nervous system. Julie Bjelland is a master of her craft, and it shows on every page.” -Rick Hanson, PhD, author of Hardwiring Happiness: The New Brain Science of Contentment, Calm, and Confidence

  • Tara Brach, PhD Recommended! "Julie Bjelland’s new book Brain Training for the Highly Sensitive Person is a valuable support in opening to the challenges and potentials that come with high-level sensitivity." Tara Brach-author of Radical Acceptance and True Refuge


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