Jennifer Harvey Sallin, MA, LLPC, NCC is a psychologist, coach, mentor, trainer and writer who dedicates her work to raising awareness about giftedness in adulthood, training professionals who support the gifted population, and helping gifted adults to understand their unique minds through self-development and community. She is co-founder of Rediscovering Yourself, founding director of an international community of gifted adults, www.intergifted.com, and cocreator of I Heart Earth. She lives in Switzerland and works locally and by Skype internationally (in English, French and Italian).

Dr. Hawkins and a Map of Consciousness

Dr. David R. Hawkins was a Spiritual Teacher, Consciousness Researcher, and Psychiatrist whose work changed, and continues to positively influence, my life. Before I discovered his work, I felt stuck, trying to evolve in a world of people that “didn’t understand me” (or so I thought). With his insight, I was able to finally take charge of my own future.

Switching Time: The Power of The Mind

I spent last summer in America and one of my favorite things to do whenever I’m there is listen to audio books – there’s such an amazing selection of audio books in English.  During that period, I was deeply involved in my studies of neuroscience, brain plasticity, and the power of the mind in trauma and…

“Tension in Your Consciousness”: The Key to Healing

I just returned from a week-long conference with my husband in the lost mountains where Switzerland borders France and Italy.  The subject of the conference: Healing.  Our instructor for the week: Martin Brofman, PhD, founder of the Brofman Foundation for the Advancement of Healing and The Body Mirror System of Healing.  According to Brofman, he…

“Respect the Symptom”

Respect the Symptom: This was one of the four basic teachings of child psychologist and author Bruno Bettelheim.  I start here, just having finished a first reading of psychiatrist and author Elio Frattaroli’s challenging and necessary book Healing the Soul in the Age of the Brain: Becoming Conscious in an Unconscious World (2001).  In it, Frattaroli recounts, among other…