(HSP)

Highly Sensitive Person

A highly sensitive person is a person having the innate trait of high sensory processing sensitivity.

 

 

Highly sensitive people may process sensory data much more deeply and thoroughly due to a biological difference in the nervous system. This has often been confused with innate shyness,

social anxiety problems, inhibitedness, social phobia ,fearfulness and introversion ( Athough some HSP’s are extroverts) The trait is measured using the HSP Scale, which is demonstrated to have both internal and external validity.

 

To take the self-test and find out more, please click on the links below:

 

 

These tests are the result of empirical research on HSP and will give you a good sense of what highly sensitive is.

 

Jacqueline Adler’s practice is unique in that she is one of two psychotherapists worldwide using the The C.A.R.E. programme ,developed for the management and empowerment of the Highly Sensitive Person.