As a psychotherapist, I often work with highly sensitive people (HSPs) who struggle with anxiety. HSPs are individuals who process information more deeply and intensely than the average person. This can make them more susceptible to anxiety, as they are more likely to be overwhelmed by sensory stimuli and emotional triggers.
There are a number of ways that a psychotherapist can help an HSP manage anxiety. Here are a few of the most common:
Here are some additional tips for HSPs who are struggling with anxiety:
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