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Julie Bjelland is a psychotherapist specializing in high sensitivity, and author of many resources to help highly sensitive people (HSPs) worldwide. In this excerpt of one of her podcast episodes, she is joined by Willow McIntosh, the founder of Inluminance and leader of the High Sensory Intelligence movement. In her Show Notes, Julie Bjelland writ…
 
Crystle Lampitt is a mental health therapist and trauma specialist. The first part of this audio is from her video presentation "The myth of self-sabotage" for the Trauma Super Conference. The second audio is from her TED Talk "Sad, Sick, and Stuck: Rethinking Mental Health." Lampitt notes most people are likely to experience some type of trauma in…
 
Author Elizabeth Gilbert (“Eat, Pray, Love” and “Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear”) is one of the speakers at the Self-Acceptance Summit produced by Sounds True. Host Tami Simon: Let’s start right with self-acceptance as a topic that you care about – why is this an important topic to you personally Elizabeth Gilbert: Well, I mean I’ve kind of…
 
Julie Bjelland, a psychotherapist and author specializing in helping Highly Sensitive People, notes "life can hit us with a bunch of emotional wounds or hard times - all impacting both our physical and mental health." Here is an excerpt of the notes about her HSP Podcast episode: Episode 149: Emotional Wounding Support During Hard Times with Julie …
 
Actor and activist Evan Rachel Wood speaks with Trevor Noah on The Daily Show about surviving trauma and speaking out. Singer, songwriter, voice actress and director Sia (Sia Furler) talks with Dr. Gabor Maté for the Talks on Trauma interviews. See related article for more comments by artists and psychologists, videos, plus links to resources to re…
 
Emily Fletcher – founder of Ziva Meditation – notes “Stress is actually keeping you from performing at the top of your game. “I tend to work with a lot of high performers. “My CEO clients will say ‘Emily, my stress is the thing that gives me my cutting edge, that’s the thing that keeps me, you know, competitive and in the game’ – and my actors will…
 
Healthy self-confidence can be an issue for anyone, of course, but may be especially challenging for us as a highly sensitive person. Here are excerpts from the Show Notes for the original podcast episode with Julie Bjelland and Willow McIntosh: We often hear how important it is that we believe in ourselves, yet what if we are struggling to make so…
 
Do feelings of insecurity and self-doubt impact our creativity? Of course. In this audio and the related article, artists and psychologists express perspectives on our common feelings of insecurity and self-doubt – and how to improve our confidence. Actor Annette Bening thinks we benefit from some insecurity. In a video interview, actor Jessica Cha…
 
Dr. Natasha Fallahi is a mind-body health expert and functional medicine practitioner. Based on her years of research and personal experience, she notes there are 6 Sensitivity Types — mental, emotional, physical, chemical, social, and energetic. Also, 5 health issues that indicate you might be a Highly Sensitive Person: Chronic fatigue, Overstimul…
 
How Can High Ability Adults Understand and Ameliorate Their Anxiety? "Exceptionally bright human beings are infinitely more than the sum of their complex intellects and remarkable talents." From description on a page for the Let’s Talk 2e Adult Conference, for the presentation "The Role of Anxiety in the Lives of Gifted Adults: Origins, Manifestati…
 
The Let’s Talk 2e Adult Conference hosted by Julie Skolnick was an online event with presentations by 16+ experts “sharing powerful strategies on everything from dating to self-advocacy.” In this short clip from the full presentation (about 1 hour) Julie Skolnick introduces psychologist Scott Barry Kaufman for his talk "The New Hierarchy of Needs a…
 
Susan K. Perry, Ph.D. is author of the books “Loving In Flow,” the Los Angeles Times Bestseller “Writing In Flow,” other nonfiction books, many articles and essays, and a novel. She is also a social psychologist with expertise in relationships, and is a writing consultant and online instructor. This is an excerpt from our much longer interview: Sus…
 
Imi Lo works with emotionally intense and highly sensitive people, and is the author of books Emotional Sensitivity and Intensity, and The Gift of Intensity: How to Win at Life and Love as a Highly Sensitive and Emotionally Intense Person. Imi is the founder of Eggshell Therapy and Coaching, working with intense people from around the world. Listen…
 
“Highly Sensitive People have particular brain differences that make us more susceptible to high stress, overwhelm and even anxiety. “Thankfully there is a way to train your HSP brain so you can live your fullest life.” Sensitivity expert Julie Bjelland, LMFT adds, “What’s important to understand is…think of it as having two parts of your brain: th…
 
This is a short excerpt from a free video: Why Your “Survival Brain” Knows How to Face Trauma and Heal. [Follow link to register and listen to the full video.] Producer Sounds True summarizes: "In this free video session, you'll learn about: * A Closer Look at the “Fight-Flight-Freeze” Response - Why animals in the wild experience traumatic events …
 
Halle Berry comments about her movie ‘Bruised' and how it relates to abuse and trauma: "It viscerally impacts me. I’ve seen this. I grew up with a very abusive father who was alcoholic, very much like our Desi character. I know that man. That could have been my father or my uncles. "But what I also know about these people is they’re not bad people.…
 
Topics in our interview include * the use of mood-altering substances, esp. marijuana and alcohol, by writers and other artists * the genius myth stereotype * how the idea of a creative muse impacts creative self-direction * how positive and negative moods relate to creative thinking James C. Kaufman, PhD is a Professor of Educational Psychology at…
 
Dr. Jeffrey Rutstein is a clinical psychologist, and an expert in the treatment of trauma. This is a brief excerpt from an hour long podcast interview with Tami Simon, founder of Sounds True. Dr. Rutstein talks about how being in a "state" impacts creative thinking and emotional health and life in general. Hear the full interview and see excerpt vi…
 
When you follow your passions into an arts career, you can find many creative and emotional satisfactions, even financial rewards, but artists also experience unique challenges and pressures. “Actresses are made to feel entirely dependent in order to do the work they love.” Actor, Director Olivia Wilde “I slowly started to fall into pressure, but I…
 
Judith Orloff MD is a NY Times bestselling author of multiple books, and is "a psychiatrist, an empath and intuitive healer, and is on the UCLA Psychiatric Clinical Faculty. "She synthesizes the pearls of traditional medicine with cutting edge knowledge of intuition, energy, and spirituality and passionately believes in the power of integrating thi…
 
Melora Hardin has wide-ranging passions as an artist, including acting, directing, dancing, writing and singing. She says of her multiple talents: “I’m always very very keen to keep my eyes and heart and ears open to opportunities to be creative. “That’s really my reason for being on this Earth, is to find more and more opportunities to be creative…
 
This is a brief audio excerpt from a much longer video class by Julie Bjelland - Register free for Sensory Overload & The Highly Sensitive Person. Also see article with a related podcast episode "HSPs & Sensory Overload" plus videos and more: How to Live Better With Sensory Overload as a Highly Sensitive Person. Support the show (https://thecreativ…
 
“Creating art has always been a way to channel emotional intensity…” Psychologist Cheryl Arutt Dr. Arutt thinks that actors and other artists who are willing, in their creative work, to delve into the really “messy” feelings of being human (shame, devastations, disappointments, betrayals, traumas and more), probably have a relationship with those f…
 
"Imagine there is a motor inside you. Most people whose motor is too fast experience feelings of anxiety." - Sensitivity expert Julie Bjelland. One of her free Masterclasses: Highly Sensitive People and Anxiety. See much more in article - How to Relieve Stress and Anxiety When You’re a Highly Sensitive Person. Support the show (https://thecreativem…
 
"Think of the shadow as the parts of yourself that you don't know much about, that circumstances in life activate so that you can find out a lot about...the shadow is neither good nor bad." * Why is it so important to understand your Shadow’s contents?" * How can the Shadow can also manifest as a protector? This audio is from a free 3-part video se…
 
Dr. Diamond talks about some of the shadow emotions and thinking we may have learned to disown or bury, which can interfere with our creative lives. See much more on this topic in article Make friends with our shadow self to be more creative. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=4G29Z9ADZN26W)…
 
Listen to full-length interview, plus see videos and much more, in article Shelley Carson on enhancing our creative brain. > NOTE: this is a Private article for subscribers - follow link to learn more about memberships. Support the show (https://thecreativemind.net/the-creative-mind-community/)By Douglas Eby
 
"So many gifted HSP healers are struggling financially and yet the potential for financial freedom in a heart-centered online business is big right now. "I want to teach you what I did and provide you resources that can help you grow a business that you love, that helps people, and that gives you financial freedom." - Sensitivity expert and entrepr…
 
Our self-concept, positive self-regard and simply confidence, are key influences on how fully we realize our talents and live our lives. What can we do to nurture healthy self-esteem, self-appreciation, self-compassion? Therapist, author and speaker Marisa Peer finds “One of the biggest and most common issues people face is the belief that they are…
 
Why are we more vulnerable to anxiety as a highly sensitive person? Sensitivity expert Julie Bjelland explains, “Anxiety or high stress is actually pretty common for highly sensitive people. “Much of it has to do with an overloaded sensitive nervous system.” “When the nervous system doesn’t get time to turn off, even away from someone’s energy in t…
 
"Sensory overload is when our senses take in more information than our brain can keep up with processing." Sensitivity therapist and author Julie Bjelland adds that as highly sensitive people, "We take in more data than the majority." Hear full podcast, see videos, and read about what causes overload and suggestions for managing it, in How to Live …
 
“Highly Sensitive People have particular brain differences that make us more susceptible to high stress, overwhelm and even anxiety." Sensitivity expert and author Julie Bjelland, LMFT adds, “Thankfully there is a way to train your HSP brain so you can live your fullest life.” See more in article How Can Brain Training Help Highly Sensitive People …
 
“If it doesn’t scare the crap out of you, then you’re not doing the right thing.” Sandra Bullock. / “I was a very anxious kid in many ways. I had a lot of fears." Hugh Jackman “Anxiety or high stress is actually pretty common for highly sensitive people. Much of it has to do with an overloaded sensitive nervous system.” Psychotherapist Julie Bjella…
 
Clinical psychologist Cheryl Arutt specializes in creative artist issues and trauma recovery. This is an excerpt from our longer interview on topics including high sensitivity, regulating disruptive feelings, destructiveness vs creativity, pain and creativity, being unconventional vs rebellion against the self, the fight-or-flight response, and oth…
 
Marisa Peer talks about what kinds of experiences and thinking impact our self esteem. our sense of being worthy and lovable. She talks about some people including Diana (a nurse), Marilyn Monroe and others. See videos and more in article Self Esteem and Self Confidence and Creative People thecreativemind.net/1941/…
 
Sensitivity expert Julie Bjelland on why we are more vulnerable to anxiety as highly sensitive people: "Imagine there is a motor inside you. Most people whose motor is too fast experience feelings of anxiety." See much more in article (with link to her free Masterclass on anxiety) - "How to Relieve Stress and Anxiety When You’re a Highly Sensitive …
 
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