Hi! I’m Jenny

I help reduce sound sensitivity in children with autism and ADHD

Jenny Yoon

I’m also a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, a provider of the Safe and Sound Protocol, and a mom of three.

 

I’m here to show you how to help your child overcome fear and anxiety related to sound.

 

I’m here to tell you that your child’s extreme sensitivity to noise can be reduced. It’s possible to enjoy parenting your child again and do the things that other families do without the fear of them crying holding you back.

Noise sensitivity can cause more than just anxiety; it can be the main reason behind many of your child’s behavioral issues such as crying, yelling, throwing, hitting, running away, and hiding.

Why is my child like this? you wonder several times a day, and you’ve tried numerous things without much success.

Listen, it’s not easy. And it’s not your fault.

The good news is that your child can become more comfortable with everyday noises and be able to participate in a greater variety of activities and learning. You can start to feel better — even good — about parenting your sensitive child.

My Story

All of a sudden, my chest felt tight, making it hard to breathe. Waves of brightly colored foam obscured my vision, and the loud sloshing sounds of water deafened my ears. I started sinking deeper into the ocean of panic.

“Shut Up!” I yelled at my kids in the car who were watching a movie and chatting. I tried to take deep breaths while closing my eyes. Tears started rolling down my cheek.

I had a panic attack during a 5-minute car wash.

I’ve always been a sensitive person since childhood, but things weren’t this bad. Then, other stuff started bothering me. Being stuck in traffic, noisy pubs and crowded shopping malls would totally drain my energy and put me in a terrible mood. It got even worse when I couldn’t escape the noise, even at home, and started feeling reluctant about going out and socializing.

No matter how hard I tried, I couldn’t shake off the panic attacks that would hit me in unexpected places like a car wash or on an airplane. Even simple things like going to the movies or getting on an elevator would feel super overwhelming.

It wasn’t until I discovered the Safe and Sound Protocol, this special music therapy thing, that I finally found relief. That’s why I’m so passionate about helping to reduce your child’s sound sensitivity.

Car Wash Trauma
Car Wash Trauma

I’ve always been a sensitive person since childhood, but things weren’t this bad. Then, other stuff started bothering me. Being stuck in traffic, noisy pubs and crowded shopping malls would totally drain my energy and put me in a terrible mood. It got even worse when I couldn’t escape the noise, even at home, and started feeling reluctant about going out and socializing.

No matter how hard I tried, I couldn’t shake off the panic attacks that would hit me in unexpected places like a car wash or on an airplane. Even simple things like going to the movies or getting on an elevator would feel super overwhelming.

It wasn’t until I discovered the Safe and Sound Protocol, this special music therapy thing, that I finally found relief. That’s why I’m so passionate about helping to reduce your child’s sound sensitivity.

Jenny Yoon
Jenny Yoon

My Approach

My goal is to help your child overcome the fear of sound that restricts their life so much.

I achieve this by using Safe and Sound Protocol as the main tool and nutrition as another. This approach addresses the root cause of your child’s overly reactive nervous system without requiring any effort from your child. Simply enjoy the music while playing quietly at home.

I work with children of all ages.

 

A little about me

  • Before I became a nutritionist, I used to be a yoga teacher, but I only taught kids at my daughter’s school.
  • I decided to become a certified Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) provider mainly to help myself and my nephew, who has Cerebral palsy. My goal was to help reduce his seizures, especially when the weather gets unpredictable. He was extremely sensitive to sound.
  • Even though I’m a nutritionist, I don’t really obsess over food. I only start thinking about food when I’m hungry, I like simple meals that I can tweak to make them healthier. That’s why I’ve gotten pretty good at tweaking my clients’ meals too.
  • I took a 2-year psychology course just to see if my clients’ brains work differently… but no, what I found out is something else.
  • I’m a nature lover, and in my free time, you can find me at the beach or in the forest.
Jenny Yoon

Questions?

My inbox is always open. You can email me at info@sensitivitycare.com 

Curious about what working together looks like?

You can explore my group program for parents of highly sensitive children with autism and ADHD.

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Credentials

 

  • Certified yoga instructor
  • Registered holistic nutritionist
  • Ayurvedic lifestyle consultant
  • Completion of a 2-year certificate program in Contemplative Psychotherapy
  • Certified Safe and Sound Protocol provider