Julie’s HSP Webinar

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I highly recommend watching my HSP webinar. Register for the replay:

In this 60-minute free online event, you’ll discover:

  • The most common patterns and challenges for HSPs — and how to acknowledge and support them in yourself

  • The latest brain science on the HSP “trait” and what your brain is doing to make you feel out of control, scattered, or like you're in survival mode, just trying to get through the day

  • A proven brain-training practice to signal your brain that you’re actually okay — and relieve stress, anxiety, and overwhelm

  • The profound gifts of being highly sensitive or an empath — and why these gifts are your superpowers

  • Techniques for customized self-care to refuel and nourish you.

I heard a lot of wonderful feedback from other highly sensitive people who watched it on Saturday and several of them said they felt understood for the first time and finally feel like there is not something wrong with them and found it very normalizing and validating. Several people watched it with their family members and partners and felt like their partner and family finally understood them for the first time! How wonderful!! I also teach some brain training tips to calm your HSP overwhelm right away and information you need to know about how your brain is different than 80%! I highly recommend you watch!

Reserve your spot here:

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About Julie Bjelland, LMFT

Julie is a psychotherapist, author, and leader in the field of high sensitivity, and has helped thousands of highly sensitive people (HSP) around the world. As an HSP herself, Julie understands what it's like to live with high sensitivity and strong emotions, and is on a mission to empower HSPs to live their best lives.

Julie has developed proprietary tools and techniques to help reduce the challenges and increase the positives that HSPs experience on a daily basis. These techniques have been developed over years of working with highly sensitive people and have proven extremely successful for her clients and students.

In her free time, Julie loves being in nature, around animals, gardening, learning, and daydreaming about having a little farm one day. She shares her home with her partner, two children, and a houseful of pets and plants. www.juliebjelland.com

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