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Price: £10.00 /per person

4 Somerset Place

Glasgow · G3 7JT

How to find us

Press buzzer for 'Helen' to gain entrance. Please be aware others may be working in the building.

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If you live in or within travelling distance of Glasgow, would like information on Sensory Processing Sensitivity and to meet Highly Sensitive People (HSPs) like yourself, do come along to the first of this gently facilitated Meetups supported by the National Centre for High Sensitivity ( Information provided at the Meetup is underpinned by Dr Elaine N Aron's books and research on the trait of sensory processing sensitivity (the high sensitivity trait). Helen, a local HSP will be there to facilitate, alongside Barbara Allen-Williams, founder of the National Centre for High Sensitivity.

We will be there to welcome you and to facilitate exploration of topics related to this trait and the art of sensitive living. This is an information rather than a therapy group, however, you may find the discussions have poignant moments. You are welcome to join in discussions, or just to listen or chat in the break if you prefer. To find out whether you may have high sensitivity, do try Dr Elaine Aron's self-test on her website at

If you have any questions about the Meetup, please contact Helen or Barbara by email through this site and we will be delighted to help. If you need information on other events hosted by the National Centre for High Sensitivity, please call Barbara on[masked] or go to the events page at

Early RSVP is advised as places will be limited. Fee for the Meetup is £10 (concessions available). You can book your place at the Meetup by RSVP-ing here and making a payment via Paypal (simply follow the process as you RSVP). You can also pay by direct banking if you prefer (ask Barbara for details).

Refreshments provided in the break, please bring something with you if you have any special dietary requirements.

Parking and trains: The venue is five minutes walk from Charing Cross Station and twenty minutes walk from Central or Queens Street Station. There is free parking in the town car parks on Sundays.