Patricia Young, LCSW

The Highly Sensitive Person (HSP)

Therapy & Counseling


My guess is that you either know you’re a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), or you just found out you’re an HSP.  You may have been told you’re too—too sensitive, you think too much, you’re too intense, too dramatic, you worry too much, you can’t let things go, you’re too picky.  Yeah, you’ve probably already heard it all!

I want you to know that being a Highly Sensitive Person is AMAZING! We are creative, conscientious, loyal, empathic, good listeners, excellent problem-solvers, compassionate, and so much more! We are the healers, justice-makers & peace-keepers of the world.


Free Constultation

I offer a free 20 minute consultation. This gives you a chance to see if you feel comfortable with me, and it gives us both a chance to see if we're a good fit. Please call or e-mail to schedule a time for us to talk.


The Other Website

I have moved all of my content (podcast, videos, information about HSP online groups, links to Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook) to my primary website

As I worked with many HSPs, I developed a coaching model that gets results (this is what my clients have said, and what I’ve seen). I work primarily with this model due to its effectiveness (and I explain all this on the other website). If you’re interested in working with me, we can talk more about this in depth. The truth is, you’re getting all of my years of training and experience as a licensed therapist AND the benefit of effective coaching tools.



You can find this podcast on Pandora, iHeartRadio, iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Castro, and most podcast players.  You can also listen (and see) all episodes on the other website at


Patricia Young, LCSW

I’m Patricia Young, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and I specialize in working with the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). Through my extensive work with HSPs, I’ve developed a model that is really effective in helping HSPs embrace their strengths.  I provide lots of specific tools for learning how to deal with the things we struggle with (overwhelm, over arousal, worry, comparison, not feeling good enough, perfectionism—just to name a few).

Many of the HSPs I work with are successful, but still struggle internally.  I’ve got you covered! I also tend to work with many therapists who are also HSPs.

Once HSPs understand how they are wired, and what they need, they experience more ease and peace, and they can start to thrive.

With proper care and feeding, HSPs experience less overwhelm and less fatigue. It is a process, and it takes work, but we excel at working on ourselves.

HSPs have better outcomes in therapy, than non-HSPs because HSPs take things to heart, and are committed to making changes

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