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The Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) – SENSORY PROCESSING SENSITIVITY - Sat 28th May
Saturday, May 28, 2011 from 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM (BST)
Newick, United Kingdom
All of us have met people with sensory processing sensitivity, but did you know they had SPS when you met them? How do you recognise SPS and would you work differently with them in the therapy room if you knew they had SPS - and does it matter? What did Jung have to say about this client-group?
In this workshop we will look at understanding how to differentiate between common ‘presenting problems’ and SPS, and discuss ways to bring this trait into awareness for the client and help them find ways to thrive, rather than just survive. We will look at emotions, optimal arousal, nutrition, sleep, relationships and work.
Using information found in the books of Dr Elaine Aron, whose ground-breaking research has changed the way we look at sensitivity, this day will take some seemingly innocuous facts and ideas and invite you to change the way you look at sensitivity (and your clients).
Tutor: Barbara Allen-Williams, FDAP Accred Counsellor, UKRC, Counselling Supervisor (CAS Southampton University) has worked with HSPs for over ten years. She is the founder of Growing Unlimited Therapeutic Consultancy and the National Centre for High Sensitivity, both in Winchester, Hampshire.
Recognition: A certificate will be presented at the end of the course.
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