There are FOUR PATHWAYS OF ONLINE SUPPORT on offer by SenseWell:

 

1) SUPPORTZONE - Emotional Support Message Boards 

2) SOCIAL CONNECTIONS - Social Message Boards

3) Facebook Page - SenseWell for Highly Sensitive People

4) Tumblr Blog - Therapist for HSP's

 

 

1) SUPPORTZONE - Emotional Support Message Boards

 

SenseWell now offers emotional support message boards for adults and teenagers who consider themselves to be Highly Sensitive.

 

There are FOUR supportzone message boards:

 

  • Highly Sensitive People's SupportZone (for Adults)

  • Highly Sensitive Teen SupportZone

  • Highly Sensitive Parents SupportZone (for Sensitive Parents)

  • Parents with Highly Sensitive Kids 

 

These boards exist so that HSP's can support one another. People will share ideas and resources in support of one another, although it is important to note that these are not a substitute for Counselling or appropriate mental health advice and treatment. These boards are moderated by a Therapist, however Therapy is not provided through the message boards, and the Therapist is not constantly available. Emotional support is offered through sensitive listening and understanding and the idea is that HSP's will offer support to one another and the Therapist watches over and may offer guidance. There are guidelines on the site to ensure a safe environment for sharing. 

 

Note: you have to be a member of the site to see these message boards. 

Once you are a member you can view all four message boards. 

 

These boards are brand new, just launched in January 2016, and so they are quiet at the moment but we envisage gathering an online community of HSP's from Australia and other countries, who can support one another through life. 

 

Click here to visit the message boards.

 

 

2) Social Connections Message Boards

 

SenseWell also offers social connection message boards for adults and teenagers who consider themselves to be Highly Sensitive.

 

There are THREE Highly Sensitive People's Social Connections boards: 

 

  • HS Adults Social Chat

  • HS Young Adults Social Chat (18 - 25 yrs)

  • HS Teen Social Chat

 

These boards exist for HSP's to meet and socially connect online to form new friendships. The forum's purpose is for general chit chat about the wide interests of sensitive people. These forums welcome everyone's perspective and are not here for controversy or debate. There are plenty of other places to get that on the web. This is a safe place to make new friends and talk about what your interests are. You can start a thread on anything you like that interests you! This board is casually moderated.

 

Note: you do not have to be a member to view these message boards. At the moment they are visible to the general public. Once we get a number of members we can review this status and change it to a membership requirement. 

 

These boards are also brand new, just launched in Jaunary 2016, and so they are also quiet at the moment, but we do envisage gathering an online community of HSP friends in Australia and other countries, who we may even meet someday if we are able to hold a Retreat. 

 

Click here to visit the message boards.

 

 

3) Facebook Page - SenseWell for Highly Sensitive People

 

SenseWell has a Facebook Page called "SenseWell for Highly Sensitive People" that exists to share thoughts and sentiments about the HSP life, other articles about HSP-isms, updates of new research, products, media releases etc that may be of interest to HSP's. It is also a social connection point for HSP's. . 

 

This page is also fairly new so it is quiet as well, but we dream of seeing that page as being an active connector for HSP's to share common ground. Maybe some of our readers have found things of interest they would like to share with too?

 

Click here to visit SenseWell for Highly Sensitive People Facebook Page.

 

 

4) Tumblr Blog - Therapist for HSP's

 

SenseWell has a Tumblr Blog called "Therapist for HSP's" that exists to also share thoughts and sentiments about HSP life and other articles, anecdotes, research, products or media releases that may be of interest to HSP's. It is also a social connection point for HSP's. 

 

Lots of young people tend to enjoy tumblr to express themselves there. If you haven't ever had a look or been there, perhaps check it out. Its fun. 

 

Click here to visit Therapist for HSP's Tumblr Blog. 

 

 

 

Online Support