Tools to Live Your Best as a Highly Sensitive Person

learn how to turn your sensitivity into a strength


Do you feel everything deeply?

Do you often feel like your brain has too many tabs open?

If you are highly aware and in-tune with those around you, you might belong to the 20-30% of the population who has the innate trait of high sensitivity. The brains of Highly Sensitive People (HSPs) process more information more deeply, which can sometimes make us experience anxiety, feel overwhelmed by stress and highly sensitive to our surroundings. If you feel easily overstimulated by your environment then you might have the HSP trait.

Sensitive people have so many gifts and need to be treasured and valued.


Support & Tools to live your best life

Work with Julie

Specializing in the highly sensitive person as a psychotherapist, HSP consultant, & author, working with individuals, mental health & medical professionals, parents of sensitive children & companies who want to harness the gifts of the trait. In-person, video or phone.

Online Course

Brain Training for the Highly Sensitive Person: Techniques to Reduce Anxiety and Overwhelming Emotions is an 8-week online course which you can take at your own pace, in your own time. Change your life today by finally investing in yourself.

HSP Resources

You are not alone! There is a wealth of resources available for Highly Sensitive People, from information on Understanding the Trait of Sensitivity to Books, Courses, Websites, Therapy, Coaching, Consultation, Self-care Practices and much more.


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.

This book 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

Read the blog for HSPs

Thoughts, tips, and resources for navigating the world as a highly sensitive person.