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Sensitive Circles: A Monthly Group for Highly Sensitive People
Would you consider yourself?
*Perceptive or Intuitive?
If so, you may be a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), a genetic trait found in 15-20% of the population. Being Highly Sensitive creates an advantage of being able to live, love and feel deeply, but can often lead to feelings of overwhelm and being misunderstood.
Whether you are just discovering your Highly Sensitive nature or have known for some time, this group will provide an opportunity to help you understand and embrace your temperament. Each month a different theme such as self-compassion or stress management will be explored through the use of mindfulness tools, personal reflection and open dialogue. You choose what group sessions you want to attend based on your availability and interest in the theme for that month.
In a world where being sensitive is seen as a weakness, allow this group to provide a safe haven to be yourself, discover your Sensitive Strengths and connect with others who feel the world as deeply as you.
Due to limited space RSVP & advance payment required to attend: Click here for more information. (http://www.expansiveheart.com/sensitive-circles)
Group Size: To ensure a safe space to share openly and build connection, group size will be limited to 6 members.
When: Check the calendar or click here (http://www.expansiveheart.com/sensitive-circles)for schedule and monthly themes
Where: 870 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
Cost: $75 per session
Come experience the joy of being surrounded by other HSPs and create a deeper understanding of your Sensitive temperament, Sign-up Now: Call 415-234-3311 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Group Facilitated by April Snow, MA, MFTI*
As an Introvert and Highly Sensitive Person who specializes in working with Highly Sensitive clients, I understand the struggles of managing deep emotions and the frustration of being overwhelmed and misunderstood. Together, we can explore the impact of being a Highly Sensitive Person, so you can begin to thrive again.
*Marriage & Family Therapist Intern at the Center for Mindful Psychotherapy, Supervised by Renee Beck, LMFT #21060