SenseWell cares for Highly Sensitive People & Their Families.

"To be a deeply feeling person is a completely natural and beautiful thing when you can embrace your gift and use it wisely."

~ Tanya Doyle ~ 


  • b-facebook
  • Tumblr - Black Circle
  • Do you feel hurt easily?

  • Does life or your feelings overwhelm you?

  • Do you struggle with anxiety or depression?

  • Do you feel fatigued often?

  • Are you always stressed out?

  • Do you fear rejection or criticism?

  • Are you driven by your emotions?

  • Do others think you are too sensitive?

  • Do you work extra hard to do things right?

  • Do you over-analyze things?

  • Do you need to withdraw from social situations?

  • Do you consider yourself shy?

  • Are you sensitive to your environment?

  • Do you feel the emotions of others deeply?

  • Do you need more down time than others?

  • Do you have a mood, anxiety, personality or somatoform disorder?


              If so, you may be an Highly Sensitive Person (HSP).


Being an highly sensitive person can be a positive experience when you can manage your emotions and deeper inner processing, however for some, it can feel like life is a heavy burden that is too intense and painful.                                       

Good News!!! 


If you struggle with your emotions and deep inner world, these specialised services are designed to meet your needs. 


SenseWell, believes that inner peace and fulfilling relationships are achievable for Highly Sensitive People and their Families. 


SenseWell offers Therapy Services for Adults, Adolescents, Tweens and Children, as well as for Couples and Families.


SenseWell offers specialised Short Workshops and Early Intervention Programs for young people.


Our Service is endorsed by Dr Elaine Aron, Author of the book "The Highly Sensitive Person" ( as an "Highly Sensitive Aware Practitioner". Dr Aron pioneered and developed therapy techniques for HSP's that are utilised in this practice. 

SenseWell Therapy Helps HSP's with:
  • Emotional Overwhelm

  • Distressing Thoughts

  • Stress and Fatigue

  • Sensory Sensitivity/Overload

  • Mood 

  • Anxiety

  • Emotional Dysregulation

  • Self-Harm

  • Painful Past and Abuse

  • Relationship and Family Problems

  • Grief

  • Addictions

  • Borderline

  • Perfectionism

  • and more...






Professional Associations
Level 2 #2123