Alane Freund, International Consultant on High Sensitivity and therapist as well as cherished guest and friend of the podcast, Julie in Conversation, has a meaningful and deeply helpful FREE event coming up on August 25th.
Each time @alanefreundlmft and I join in conversation, I gain such transformative tools and insights on leading and relating to myself, my kids, my clients and everyone I meet, in work and play. Check out Alane’s upcoming event below and let me know what you gain.
Check it out and “learn to appreciate and apply your high sensitivity as an asset — to redesign your life, deepen your understanding of who you naturally are, and thrive in your relationships.”
From leadership to parenting, you can directly apply what you learn from Alane to experience greater self-awareness, insight and create change in and around you.
May you benefit!
Perhaps you’ve been diagnosed with anxiety — and told to stop stressing out and being so… “sensitive”?
For most highly sensitive people (HSPs), anxiety is the #1 complaint that puts them at a painful disadvantage. It makes perfect sense that HSPs would feel anxious living in a world designed by and for the 80% who are NOT highly sensitive.
Alane Freund has helped many HSPs discover how to truly appreciate their innate sensitivity as a valuable asset — and how to use it to reset and redesign their life.
This Thursday, August 25, with Alane’s guidance, you’ll explore and create new habits by developing a well-stocked toolbox of skills to finally thrive in a challenging world.What this is about….
Are you really an anxious person? Or are you actually a highly sensitive person (HSP)?
Join us for a FREE online event led by Alane Freund, consultant, speaker, and therapist for highly sensitive people (HSPs), and discover why people with anxiety are often misdiagnosed, left with no solutions, and in a chronic state of deep overwhelm.
During this event, you’ll discover new tools and techniques that will allow you to access, cultivate, and implement your growth and resilience to live to your fullest potential.