First of all, welcome. 

This is a place devoted to helping you make sense of the experience of feeling and living with intensity. 

Emotional intensity is not a pathology, but a unique personal trait.

It is a mixed blessing, a gift, and a foundation for growth. 

In recent years, there has been growing interest amongst academics and scientists in the relationship between emotional reactivity and behaviours. Psychologists have developed theories on Emotional Sensitivity (HSP), IntroversionEmotional Intelligence , and Giftedness. At the same time, neuroscientists have found that sensory processing sensitivity is highly related to creative ability. 


Some people feel more intensely, are more aware of subtleties, and process information more deeply than others. Yet this does not represent a homogenous population, nor is it equivalent to mental illness.  


With a unique understanding and perspective towards the experience of living intensely, you will be offered:

  •      Psychotherapy and coaching that are supported by psychological and neurological research  
  •      A holistic healing relationship that aims for changes not just on an intellectual, but also on a visceral and emotional level
  •      Skills and exercises that you can implement in-between sessions to consolidate the insights and learnings


An eggshell looks tough on the outside, but is delicate and soft on the inside. It is extremely sturdy and resilient, and the breaking of it signifies the birth of a new life. Emotional intensity is what makes you unique and powerful. Many individuals who live intensely have a lot to offer, and deserve a vibrant, meaningful life.




1. Expertise in emotional regulation, intensity, sensitivity and giftedness

Different from general counselling, Eggshell Therapy is a practise dedicated to working with issues related to the experience of feeling and living intensely. The process you will experience is synthesised from well-researched psychotherapeutic models that are especially effective with these issues.

Extreme and unpredictable mood swings

Sensitivity to criticism and rejection, over-reacting to certain situations

Being drawn to the same type of partner/ relationship over and over, even when your needs are not met in them

Being and feeling isolated and alienated by others

Feeling stuck in patterns of impulsive and self- sabotaging behaviours

Struggling to say no, feeling guilty even when you have done nothing wrong

Feeling numb and empty most of the time, except when the emotions 'explode'

Chronic anxiety and restlessness

Suicidal thoughts

Creativity blockages



2. Non- pathologising and holistic way of working

The tendency for traditional medical model to pathologise symptoms often do more harm than good. Intensity, as a natural human expression, is not a pathology in itself. It is important that you honour and celebrate your unique gifts in order to live a life with vibrancy and authenticity. When people can present themselves to the world as who they truly are, amazing things can happen, and I look forward to sharing this journey with you. 


3. Addressing the problems at their emotional roots

By addressing the core memories that generate the presenting symptoms, there will be deep and lasting shifts that dispel your symptoms at their roots. This is more than just an intellectual/ cognitive process, but involve changes on a physiological, emotional and energetic level. By combining traditional spiritual wisdom and the newest findings in neuroscience, the goal of our work is to help you transform the unconscious emotional schemas, and to mobilize your innate capacity. It is also about empowering you with the capacity to make lasting changes, rather than keeping you in endless therapy. 



Choosing a therapist is hard. It’s not like choosing an accountant, solicitor or even doctor. It is all about the collaborative relationship and so one has to choose wisely.

I’m grateful Eggshell therapy was able to help me reach that level of inner peace, and be proud of the person I am today.
— client Kevin. C., 2016, UK