I’m Sherry (Share) Friedman, an HSP (highly sensitive person), holistic, transpersonal psychotherapist, and energy healer. I integrate holistic body/mind/spirit wellness modalities that are complementary to the practice of transpersonal psychotherapy.
In addition to my credentials as a National Board Certified Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in North Carolina and an Licensed Professional Counselor in South Carolina, I hold a Master of Science Degree in Clinical Counseling from Bellevue University (Nebraska), a Master of Science Degree in Educational Psychology with a concentration in Gifted Education from Purdue University, and a Master of Arts Degree in School Psychology from Ball State University. I am a Reiki Master, former nurse and member of the American Holistic Nurses Association (AHNA), former Licensed Massage & Bodywork Therapist (trained in Cranial Sacral therapy, reflexology, aromatherapy, chakra balancing, crystal healing therapy, selected breathing methods), a birth & postpartum doula, former home-school Mom of seven adults, grandmother, and homesteader living in the mountains of Western North Carolina.
As an HSP/empath, my personal spiritual journey includes the practice of spiritual alchemy as prescribed by Carl Jung. As a result of my personal experiences of transforming trauma into triumph and helping hundreds of clients overcome trauma, I have written a book entitled writing a“Midwife of the Soul”, part teaching memoir and part resource guide for Highly Sensitive People.
My mission as a clinical therapist is to serve my clients as a “midwife of the soul” by helping each of my clients transmute their weaknesses into strengths, trauma into triumph, and, ultimately, transform their lives as they participate in the joyful process of birthing their own unique soul.
I am listed in the HSP therapists directory website for HSP Therapists in North Carolina:
I also see clients on BetterHelp:
and can be found on the EMDR consulting website:
National Board Certified Counselor
Sensitive Empowerment Community:
HSPs in Heart-Centered Business
American Holistic Nurse Association