Online 9th February – 4th May 2023

Get the Early Bird (20% Discount) by enrolling before 16th November (2022). Simply enter the code 'HSH20'

Who is it for?

The course is for:

  • Teachers and educators who want to support the wellbeing of Highly Sensitive Children inside and outside the classroom.

  • Professionals who already coach or mentor young people in schools or other settings.

  • Mentors or coaches who coach young people in private practice.

  • Tutors who work with young people in schools or in their private practice.

  • Parents who are interested in exploring ways to support their Highly Sensitive Child.

  • Leaders and guides who offer workshops, clubs or activities for young people.

Download the Course Brochure

This free brochure includes more information on the 3-month professional training, where you'll learn an integrative and holistic approach to empowering the healthy development of Highly Sensitive Children

Why Join the Course?

The rates of depression, anxiety and mental health struggles are continuing to increase in young people. Without a doubt, many of the young people that are struggling with their mental health are Highly Sensitive Children.  

If you’re a teacher, coach, mentor, or leader that works with young people, this training will enable you to support the well-being of Highly Sensitive Children through skills and practical coaching techniques that you can apply to your professional work.

This course will give you the knowledge and skills needed to be an advocate for Highly Sensitive Children and will prepare you to educate others about HSP/HSC. It offers a framework as well as practical tools and resources you can use with Highly Sensitive Children in a professional setting.

Coaching & Mentoring Highly Sensitive Children

Download this free Introductory Guide all about Coaching Highly Sensitive Children

A Transpersonal & Integrative Perspective for Empowering the Wellbeing of Highly Sensitive Children

Coaching Highly Sensitive Children is about empowering children to develop more self-awareness; learn how to self-regulate; communicate their needs and understand what they’re feeling.

Developing these skills and awareness from an early age enables children to go into adulthood with the resources, awareness, and skills they need to feel empowered in themselves. As mentors, we’re also acting as role models and guides for their healthy development and well-being. What's different from coaching adults is that we have more of an active role in guiding and helping children learn the tools they need to develop self-awareness and self-regulation. In this way, the work we do is also more preventative than reactive. Coaching and mentoring HSC from a transpersonal and integrative approach means we are working with the child's:
  • Emotions, Mindset, and Behaviour

  • Development of Healthy Relationships with others

  • Connection & Awareness to the Environment and Nature

  • Nurturing the child’s Spiritual Expression.

10 x Modules & Live Workshops

Access 10 x modules of content plus live workshops on Thursdays 7pm - 8.30pm (GMT - London)

  • Workshop & Module 1 (February 9th): An Introduction to Highly Sensitive Children

    This workshop is an introduction to the Highly Sensitive Person and the Highly Sensitive Child. We'll explore the research and ways to identify HSC in a professional setting. We'll discuss the struggles and strengths of HSC.

  • Workshop & Module 2 (February 16th) Coaching & Mentoring Highly Sensitive Children.

    What do we do as coaches and mentors for HSC, and why is this work so important? This module is all about the integrative framework and tools we will use.

  • Workshop & Module 3 (23th February) : Mindful Tools and Holding Space for Highly Sensitive Children.

    We will explore a range of mindfulness techniques and tools we can use in the classroom, in 1-1 sessions, group sessions or at home with our children.

  • Workshop & Module 4 (March 2nd) : Developing Healthy Self-Esteem & Confidence in Highly Sensitive Children.

    We'll learn about empowering the HSC with growth mindset and other coaching techniques that will help them to feel more confident in who they are.

  • Workshop & Module 5 (March 16th): Exploring the HSC's Boundaries

    In this workshop, we'll explore how to help HSC understand and set healthy boundaries. When this is established at a young age, it will help the HSC to feel confident in setting boundaries in their adulthood.

  • Workshop & Module 6 (March 23rd): Healthy Communication

    This module is all about empowering Highly Sensitive Children to communicate their feelings and needs and we will also learn how to communicate with our Highly Sensitive Children using Non-Violent Communication and other healthy communication techniques.

  • Workshop & Module 7 (March 30th): Working with our Parts

    We will learn how to help our children identify their parts - parts which are feeling anxious, afraid, or angry. Through a series of child friendly exercises our HSC can learn how to identify what they're feeling before becoming overwhelmed.

  • Workshop & Module 8 (April 20th): Compassion & Self-Compassion

    This module shares a series of practices you can use with your children to help them culitvate greater self-compassion and help them to change their inner voice to one of compassion. We will also learn how and why our self-compassion is so important when working or parenting HSC.

  • Workshop & Module 9 (April 27th): Values and Purpose

    Purpose and values are so important to HSC. We will explore ways to help them connect with their values and think into the future - what qualities in themselves do they want to cultivate as they grow into adults? What kind of impact do they want to have on the world, and why is this so important to them?

  • Workshop & Module 10 (May 4th): Practical Application, Q & A

    This final module/week is an integration of your learning throughout the course. You will have completed a mini project (Time frame March 2nd - May 4th) that you will share with your peers on the final week/module of this course. There will also be time for Q & A.


Jules De Vitto

Coaching and Mentoring HSC

Jules De Vitto has a BSc in Psychology, MA in Education and MSc in Transpersonal Psychology, Consciousness and Spirituality. She is an accredited and certified Transpersonal Coach, Authentic-Self-Empowerment Facilitator, as well as an experienced educator. She works on the Alef Trust Faculty as part of the 1-year certificate in Transpersonal Coaching Psychology. Jules has over 14 years of teaching experience and has worked in schools internationally as well as in the UK. She places a strong emphasis on the holistic well-being of children; she has completed mindfulness training through Mindful Schools and has also trained In Youth Counselling. She has combined her experience in teaching, psychology and coaching to share her passion - educating adults on how to support and empower Highly Sensitive Children. She also works with Highly Sensitive adults and helps those who identify with the traits of high sensitivity to navigate emotional overwhelm, step into their authentic power and align with their true purpose in life.

Why Take this Course?

This course is for both experienced professionals or those brand new to working with young people. As a result of completing this course you'll:

  • Learn how to recognise Highly Sensitive Children and support them with their healthy development.

  • Receive certification as a 'Highly Sensitive Child Aware Professional' who has completed 36 hours of professional training.

  • Learn a holistic, integrative and transpersonal perspective for supporting the wellbeing of Highly Sensitive Children.

  • Engage in 36 hours of continuous professional development.

  • Join a community and cohort of other professionals who work with young people.

  • Explore a framework that you can use within a professioanl context or in independent practice.

  • Access to ready to use materials/ resources.


  • How many hours a week do I need to spend on the course?

    It's suggested you dedicate around 3 hours a week for the course content, studying the material and engaging in the mini project (totalling 36 hours by the end of the course). There are 10 live workshops which total 15 hours. Alongside this, it's recommended you spend around 10-11 hours reading/reviewing the content, then dedicate 10 hours to the mini project.

  • Who is this course for?

    This course is for professionals who work with young people in a professional context and want to learn how to support Highly Sensitive Children. It's also for parents or those who want to know how to support a Highly Sensitive Child in their life. If you work as a coach or mentor for Highly Sensitive Children, this course will also be of interest to you! All of the tools and resources you learn in the course are available for you to apply to a professional or personal context working with children.

  • What is the mini-project?

    You will be asked to complete a mini project which is related to your learning on the course. The project challenges you to find out ways to apply your learning to your professional work. For example, if you're a teacher, your project might be to put together a guide on how to support HSC in the classroom.


To promote good practice, please note that you are advised to apply the tools learned from this training within the boundaries of your professional expertise. For example, a school teacher may use the tools in the classroom. If you currently don’t work with young people and want to coach or mentor young people as an independent practitioner, you must follow safeguarding and legal requirements in you home country for working with people under +18.

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Early-Bird 20% Discount

If you enroll before 16th November (2022). Simply enter the code 'HSH20'