Understanding The Highly Sensitive Person and The Highly Sensitive Child, a podcast conversation with Alane Freund, LMFT

By Julie Cusmariu – August 31, 2018

If you are sensitive or the children you nurture and know are sensitive, or if you’re simply just curious about high sensitivity, may you take time to listen to this conversation I had on my weekly podcast series #Motherhood #LetsCreateAVillage with Alane Freund, LMFT wonderfully skilled therapist and facilitator, advanced certified consultant for highly sensitive people, close collaborator of Dr. Elaine Aron and specialist in equine assisted psychotherapy. Heart and Mind Equine

In this conversationAlane Freund brings such thoughtfulness and insight towards creating awareness and educating us around the trait of sensitivity.

There is so much value to gain and research shared from Alane in this conversation that impacts us all, people we meet daily, people like you and me. Teachers, parents, physicians, therapists, caregivers, neighbours, friends, and of course, our children in their classrooms, with their friends, in their community and at home.

May you receive much benefit and share it with those you know who will also gain from hearing about this topic.

Listen here 

In this conversation Alane shared the 5 things HSPs (Highly Sensitive People) need to do to flourish, how high sensitivity is often a misunderstood trait and is often misdiagnosed, and Alane even took us through a 20 second experience to lower our arousal level and help our children do the same.

Here’s to honouring your sensitivity, and the sensitivity in the children you know and nurture.

Cheers on your journey.


Julie Cusmariu is a certified life coach, certified mentor coach, and intuitive consultant. She helps leaders and creative individuals trust their intuition and use their voice to create positive change, gain clarity, and lead with meaning and purpose. Julie is the host, creator, and producer of ‘Julie in Conversation’ a weekly live podcast with expert guests inspiring personal and collective change.
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