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Tools for Helpful Souls

Tools for Helpful Souls

Especially for highly sensitive people who provide help either on a professional or private level

Ilse Sand

Quick Overview

Highly sensitive people tend to be natural and popular caretakers, though this practice can be over-stimulating and draining for them. This book offers effective strategies and tools for sensitive people to hone their care-taking strengths in a balanced and sustainable way.
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Paperback / softback
2017, 8.50in x 6.18in / 216mm x 157mm, 128pp
ISBN: 9781785922961
2017, ePUB, 128pp
ISBN: 978-1-78450-599-8
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Highly sensitive people spend a lot of time trying to balance their surroundings, including the emotions and wellbeing of those around them, which lends to a supportive and caring nature. While highly sensitive people are well-suited for the role of 'helper', this practice can be particularly exhausting if not regulated. This book contains a variety of tools geared towards self-development and optimising a helpful and supportive conversation in professional therapeutic settings or personal relationships.

This practical guide demonstrates how to use simple psychotherapeutic methods through supportive dialogues, which can be applied by anyone without any formal training. Written in easy language with real-life examples and practical exercises, this will serve as a handbook for highly sensitive people who provide help either on a professional or personal level.


'[Ilse Sand's] pragmatic book is loving, caring and pedagogical and by all means a good way to achieve a greater understanding of the human mind - whether you are the one that needs help or the one who helps others.'
- Kristeligt Dagblad, Christian journal, Denmark

'This book is allied to coaching books but still it has a different and more sensitive character, a wider target group, a broader message and another form of depth. It is a fine and essential book that can be useful to many.'
- Bibliotekernes Materialevurdering, Denmark


By (author): Ilse Sand