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Sensory Processing


All our psychologists are members of the Australian Psychological Society and our practictioners are fully qualified professionals

Sensory Processing is the ability to organise the information that we receive from our senses (hearing, vision, touch, movement, body position, smell and taste), in order to help us understand our body, understand our environment and successfully interact within our world. Sensory processing helps us to achieve the right level of alertness, excitement, and focus for different tasks. People with sensory processing difficulties often have difficulties staying in a calm, alert state.

The dragonfly is featured throughout the practice and symbolizes going past self-created illusions that limit our capacity to grow and change. Their colours are a result of reflecting and refracting light and are reminders that we can also reflect the light of others and let our own light shine.