You’re too sensitive. Don’t be a scaredy cat. Sound familiar? In 1996, research psychologist Elaine Aron, PhD., identified a neurological trait that she called highly sensitive people (HSPs). Research has shown that 15 to 20% of humans do, in fact, live with a neurologically more sensitive body. Glaring lights, unusual smells, clutter and loud sounds can be jarring and unsettling for HSPs. They are, however, also intuitive, creative, visionary and insightful. Come explore the nature of high sensitivity. This class will be helpful for teachers, health care professionals, employers, and anyone else who is an HSP or who works or lives with highly sensitive people. The content of this class is not meant to diagnose any condition.