The Empowered Highly Sensitive Person: A Workbook to Harness Your Strengths in Every Part of Life (Paperback)
Become a highly empowered, highly sensitive person with practical strategies and exercises
Do you experience more emotional intensity than others? Do you tend to be more easily overstimulated or process information more slowly? You may be an empath or a highly sensitive person (HSP). Functioning in a world not made for your sensibilities can be overwhelming, but The Empowered Highly Sensitive Person is full of practical, research-based exercises to help. With this workbook, you can understand and leverage your qualities as a highly sensitive person for success—no matter what life throws your way.
Discover everyday strategies to cope with overstimulation, process intense emotions, curate your experiences and environment, communicate effectively, and practice good self care. Learn to harness your individual HSP characteristics in a way that aligns with your goals. Once you put your high sensitivity into perspective, you can truly get to know yourself.
The Empowered Highly Sensitive Person includes:
- Support for all aspects of life—Exercises are targeted for social situations, relationships, health, or work, so you can find what you need right away.
- A guide to HSP traits—Get to know your HSP characteristics with in-depth examination and an at-a-glance checklist of the four principles of the HSP trait.
- Quick reference guides—Find succinct summaries of each chapter so you can easily revisit their themes and be reminded of what you've learned.
Blossom and thrive as a highly sensitive person—this book has the tools you'll need.
About the Author
Dr. Amanda Cassil is a licensed clinical psychologist as well as the founder and CEO of STEM Psychological Services, which provides psychological support to women and underrepresented minorities in STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and math). Visit her online at STEMPsychology.com.
“Dr. Amanda Cassil’s work provides great validation and support for all those who have ever been criticized or misunderstood for being too sensitive. It provides great knowledge and insight, along with guided work to help address the highly sensitive person’s unique gifts and challenges. I am happy to add this guide to the resources I recommend to my clients.” —Clara I. Aparicio, PsyD, Cofounder of CALA Psychological Services
“This book is a wonderful resource for processing all the experiences and feelings stemming from growing up a highly sensitive person (HSP). It also allows readers to reflect on how being an HSP impacts present life and relationships, and how to navigate this while honoring their own unique needs.” —Adrienne Meier, PhD, Licensed Psychologist