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“The Empath’s Survival Guide” teaches readers how sensitive people can thrive in an insensitive world. This talk is presented in an interview format, with two moderators asking Dr. Orloff questions about key elements of the book.

Dr. Orloff is a psychiatrist, an empath and is on the UCLA Psychiatric Clinical Faculty. She synthesizes the pearls of traditional medicine with cutting edge knowledge of intuition, empathy, and energy awareness. Dr. Orloff also specializes in treating empaths and highly sensitive people in her private practice and does Skype sessions with individuals and businesses internationally. She passionately believes that the future of medicine and innovative businesses involves integrating all this wisdom to achieve total wellness.

Her work has been featured in O Magazine, Forbes, Business Insider, The London Sunday Times, CNN, The Today Show, PBS, BBC and NPR. Explore more information, join her Facebook Empath Support Community of over 10,000 empaths and sign up for her Empath Support Newsletter at

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Judith Orloff MD | Empath Support, Intuition, Emotions & Energy Healing

Moderated by Wendy Judson, and Heather Stillman.


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  1. Judith, I never met a psychiatrist as open and sensitive as you. I once told a psychiatrist that it wouldn't hurt if he had a little compassion. He said, you don't need compassion …..that isn't going to help you! I couldn't believe it. I know you say that highly sensitive people who might need medication, the might need a sliver instead of a regular dose. How does a person get balanced when they have PTSD? caused by a lot of trauma? Thanks Dr Judy.

  2. Hello there. Hope this finds you doing wonderfully in ur part of the world, Dr Orloff.
    Thanks so much for taking the time n sharing w us…
    By any miracle do you know of anyone in Pittsburgh area who is of similar character as urself? It’s so difficult to talk to a dr who isn’t. They act like I’m crazy or just depressed. And they do not understand extreme empathy or being an empath.

    I am in an emergency situation and would greatly appreciate any advice you may have if have no contacts on east coast. (Id even travel to the right dr…course, not as far as the west coast ha)
    Blessed be

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