HSPs comprise about a fifth of the human population. There is the same number of males as females although it may be less observable in the behaviour of many males because of upbringing and the influence of cultural stereotypes.
One of the greatest pains for anyone in this world is to feel thwarted in their ability to contribute and communicate. Author Mark Wells is himself a HSP and as a practitioner has worked with thousands of HSPs over 35 years. He provides a powerful and convincing ‘voice’ for HSPs that encourages the less sensitive majority to take notice, understand and appreciate the valuable contribution someone with high sensitivity makes to the world.
Wells says: “I gain great satisfaction from assisting other HSPs — adults and children — to live healthy, contented and productive lives, which make room for their sensitivity and respect their depth of feeling and perception.”
Mark has been in private practice as a Naturopath-Iridologist for over 30 years. He lectured part time for 14 years in Homeopathy, Tissue Salt Therapy, Flower Essence Therapy and Naturopathic Philosophy at the Southern School of Natural Therapies (Melbourne) from which he graduated in 1984. Mark has had five books published and conducted formal research at Victoria University in the Natural Therapies area. Earlier he had completed a Bachelor of Biological Sciences at La Trobe University and has since completed and obtained his Master of Social Sciences (Counselling) from Swinburne University. Mark has also completed the Specialist Course in Couple Therapy at Relationships Australia.
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