Sensory Processing Sensitivity

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  • January 24, 2020
    7:00 pm CST - 9:00 pm CST

Instructor: Rose Carol, MA

CEUs: 2

The Highly Sensitive Person, a documentary, will be shown and discussed. Participants will learn about the research on the HSP trait also called Sensory Processing Sensitivity (SPS, HSP, or Highly Sensitive Person). It is not a condition, a disorder, or a diagnosis. It is a neutral trait that evolved in 20% of the human population, and many non-human species, due to its survival advantage in some situations and not in others. Learn how to recognize this trait in a loved one, clients, or yourself.  How the HSP trait compares to Myers Brigg Personality Types will also be explored.

About the Instructor
Rose graduated from Pacifica Graduate Institute with a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology and along the way, found alternative coaching methods to help people effectively reduce stress, gain insight, and move through life’s many challenges with more support and ease.   For 30 years she’s taught people ways to relax and improve health as an Ayurveda Health Practitioner. She completed her Marriage and Family Counselor Internship in Oakland, California, where she worked at JFK Counseling Center and worked and trained in John Bradshaw’s Inner Child Healing at the Center for Creative Growth in Berkeley, California. She has worked with individuals suffering from trauma in Southern Oregon. In the 1980’s, she attended Maharishi European University where she studied Vedic Science in Vlodrop, Holland, and was made a meditation instructor by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. She mentored with master Ayurvedic healer, Vaidya Ramakant Mishra, and was invited into his family lineage of Ayurvedic Healers in specializing in Ayurvedic Detox called Panchakarma.  She lives in the Chicago area where she offers Insight Coaching, Delving Deep  Turiya Meditation, and Ayurvedic Preventive Health Services for Highly Sensitive People.


Venue Phone: 847-475-4848 *221

Venue Website:

817 Dempster St., Evanston, Illinois, 60201, United States