Highly Sensitive Person Groups


Highly Sensitive People Often "Feel Too Much" And "Feel Too Deep"

Highly Senstive People experience the world differently. They can be aware of all the little things many people skip over. They feel their emotions and the emotions of others very deeply. Lighting, noises, conflict, texture, and all sorts of other sensations are deeply felt and can become overwhelming. Oftentimes people who identify as a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) can be misunderstood and they have difficulty communicating. So, we created these groups as really intentional support system for HSPs. The groups are a safe space with a small group of people all wanting to grow and know themselves better.

The goals of the groups are to provide support and help you understand the traits common to highly sensitive people. The Introductory Group is where we will help you build self-awareness, develop coping skills, and give you the skills to better connect with others as a highly sensitive person. The Relationships Group is all about learning how to explore feelings of vulnerability, manage conflict, and improve your communication skills to form and maintain relationships. The Advanced Group is to help you grow deeper self-awareness of your behaviors and motivations as a Highly Sensitive Person. You will learn how to cope and recover from invalidation, and how to communicate with people who are not highly sensitive. The groups are facilitated by Rebecca Hoke, LCSW, and Jennifer Bargmann, LPC.

Does this sound like you?


Introductory Group

Starting February 25th

4 Weekly Sessions

Thursday’s 10:30-Noon

Ages: 18+

Cost: $45 per session

5 committed members needed to hold the group

Email info@coloradocac.com to learn more!