Resources for Highly Sensitive People
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Highly Sensitive Person?
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This book is a great place to start if you are looking to expand your knowledge on the Highly Sensitive trait. Dr. Elaine Aron was the first to coin the term Highly Sensitive Person, after years of research on the trait and this book covers all the essential things to know about the trait.
This book reviews the most recent research on how neurodivergence presents in women, including Sensory Processing Sensitivity (High Sensitivity), Autism, & ADHD. It's helpful if you're looking to unravel the overlap and differences between various neurodivergent experiences.
This book is for sensitive strivers, highly sensitive people who are also high achievers and find themselves struggling with perfectionism, people-pleasing, and burnout. It offers clear strategies to help you find balance, which I personally found very helpful!
This book offers opportunities for deep personal work and enhancing your sense of self-worth as an HSP
Journals & Workbooks
This journal is a great tool for self-care for HSPs. It offers support and thoughtful questions in a way that is not overwhelming and helps you come back to yourself each week of the year.
This workbook offers you a series of exercises that will help you overcome the obstacles and harness the benefits of your empathetic gifts.
61. How to thrive while helping others as a Sensitive Social Worker with Amy Pinnell
You can be a powerful source of support for those in need and make a positive impact on your community.
In this episode, you will not only learn how to effectively support others but also the importance of self-care and boundaries to overcome burnout and continually serve others
Highly Sensitive People and Burnout
In this episode, Esther Kane, MSW, RSW, RCC speaks with Amy Pinnell, MSW, RSW, about the link between Highly Sensitive People and burnout. There are some great tips on how HSPs can prevent burnout in the long run by taking care of themselves in the present.
Ep. 38 Preventing Burnout as a Highly Sensitive Social Worker ft. Amy Pinnell
On this episode of The Social Work Bubble Podcast, our guest, Amy Pinnell, shares her experience being a Highly Sensitive Person and how fellow highly sensitive social workers can thrive in an emotionally draining field.
S2E8: How to thrive as a therapist with traits of highly sensitive people (HSP) with Amy Pinnell, MSW, RSW
On today's episode of The Flourishing Therapreneur we are joined by Amy Pinnell, MSW, RSW. We chatted about the many qualities that HSP possess that make us really good therapists and how these qualities help our clients feel seen and successful. We tackle burnout for HSP, including how burnout can happen and how we as HSP can offset this unhealthy capacity. Finally, true to the Flourishing Therapreneur mission, we explore how HSP can flourish as therapists, including setting boundaries for our energy and utilizing soul-nourishing self-care techniques.
Grounding & Sensory Objects
My favourite tools for keeping myself and my clients grounded during therapy sessions.