Hello from Niki and Dom,

We have been working as therapists for over 10 years. We work with individuals and couples who want support through life changes.

Life has the habit of throwing things at us when we least expect it.  Working  with “human sense” enables us as to really appreciate and understand empathically the very human situations and issues that you are dealing with.

The relationship between client and counsellor is of the upmost importance.  Deciding to have some therapy is often a big decision for many. It can take a lot of courage to make the first step in asking for  help. Trust, respect and confidentiality are of key importance in our therapeutic relationship with clients.

Our aim is to create a resource base for anyone to access and these are either free to download or are available for a small cost.

We offer a variety of therapy session formats that have taken into account our experience of client needs. Therapy sessions include traditional one to one, couple and small group as well as bi monthly ongoing self help support via email / phone.  Have a look at our services page and our resources.

What is HumanSense?

Humansense is the culmination of the individuals experience of, empathy for and position on their existence up to this point in their lives and how they transfer or project that into everyday life and relationships.

Simply put, how we sense the world around us at an individual human level, an example might be, gut feelings, the immediate sense of wrongness sometimes ascribed to a person or situation for no apparent reason, or alternatively the sense of connection one can feel with a brief encounter or new friend.

In Buddhist philosophy, Ayatana means “sense-base” . It includes the mind as a sense organ as well as the traditional five of sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch.

The mind considered by itself is seen as the principal gateway to a different spectrum of phenomena that differ from the physical sense data. This way of viewing the human sense system indicates the importance of internal sources of sensation and perception that complements our experience of the external world.