12 Strategies for Success as an Empath

Available Immediately: Review Indefinitely

Two doctors reveal what it is like to be an empath and give 12 practical strategies to overcome the challenges and liberate the gifts. Pam is a psychiatrist. Emma was licensed as a psychotherapist. Both speak openly about their personal experiences as well as the strategies they have used. One hour webinar & one hour discussion.

"Full of important information for people who are empathic..."--a recent student

Our intention is to empower  those who have not yet learned how to harness their gifts and work successfully with the challenges of being an empath.  

The world needs empaths now who can be actively engaged, happy, and able to be actively engaged with the world.  If you are a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP)--you may have the gifts of leadership, and/or a visionary, and/or an artist.

Participants will learn:

  •  What the trait is  
  • How this trait impacts children and adults
  •  What others have been through, e.g. emotional crises, spiritual emergencies, isolation from family and friends–even chronic pain and mental “illness”. 
  • Practical suggestions  can help you fully manifest your gifts to benefit both yourself and  others.

Your Take Home:
  • A self-administered test to see if you are an empath
  • How to manage life more successfully if you have this trait
  • What the gifts are in being an empath
  • How to assist children who are empaths
  • How to stay grounded as an empath
  • What foods are best for empaths
  • What micronutrients can be helpful for stabilizing empaths
  • What to do when you feel you are absorbing others emotions
  • What to do when you are getting “too much information”
  • How to deal successfully with creating boundaries
  • Why more people are becoming empaths now

Time: At your convenience. Presentation and discussion were pre-recorded.  You can review indefinitely.

Location: Online within a user-friendly platform

empathPam Shervanick is a Board-certified psychiatrist with a private practice in Yarmouth, Maine. Her orientation is holistic and integrative.  She is especially well-informed about nutrition, micro-nutrients and mental health and has posted a presentation on that topic at IMHU. She is currently working on opening a healing and educational center in Central Maine that will serve as a gathering place for like-minded people, as well as an establishment for teaching integrative health, and practicing holistic psychiatry. https://www.pamshervanick.com/

Emma Bragdon, PhD, (Transpersonal Psychology) was licensed as a Marriage, Family Child Therapist in 1988 in California and is in private practice in Vermont. She is the Founder/Director of IMHU.org and continues to consult private individuals online. She has a special interest in supporting people in Spiritual Emergency.  She offers a Certification program for those wanting to become Spiritual Emergence Coaches, and she leads seminars in Brazil exploring a model of care in which medical intuitives and spiritual healers (aka highly trained empaths) work with psychiatric patients. https://emmabragdon.com

Course Completion/ CEs

Everyone who completes the course gets a course completion certificate. Continuing Education Credits are available for this course for mental health professionals, nurses and MDs. You must click below to sign up for them, as we need information from you. The fee is $50. for each course On completion this course can award you with 2 Continuing Education credits or CMEs.

Our Guarantee

If you are not completely satisfied with the contents of this course within 10 days of registration please contact us for a refund: [email protected]



“This video conversation is full of important information for people who are empathic. It is my first introduction to empathic people and thinking about people and interactions this way. With regard to inner and outer world, it makes sense to me in a fashion which is organic and true. Most traditional types of help I have received from well meaning professionals have always left me knowing and feeling that they are only partially addressing my needs. I have had to tolerate questions about myself when not fitting into their paradigms and models. Lucky for me I have had a high tolerance for these doubts / questions and a strong connection to my empathic side.” –a recent participant