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Break free from depression with hypnotherapy
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders describes depression as a “state of low mood and aversion to activity that that can affect a person's thoughts, behaviour, feelings and self of well being.”
Depression can be devastating not only for the sufferer but also for family and friends. Often those connected with a depressed individual find it difficult to understand the condition and fail to see how the sufferer cannot simply “snap out of it”.
If you feel you are suffering from depression it is vital to seek help. Your first port of call should be your G.P who will assess you. With the correct diagnosis, treatment and ongoing support most depressed individuals can look forward to a full recovery.
Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy can help in this recovery.
You will find that as depression begins to lift that the good days begin to become more frequent and the bad days less and less.
Matt Jacobs at London Hypnosis is trained to the highest standards in cognitive behavioural hypnotherapy and regularly treats depression.
Coming out of depression and starting to think and feel differently can be a long process. But it is a process similar to renovating a house. The foundations must first be secured and strengthened to be able build for lasting and permanent change.
Depression can strike indiscriminately, regardless of age, race, wealth or status. Someone that seemingly has everything to live for can be just as much a victim of depression as someone who has lost everything and is living on the streets.
You can learn new ways off thinking, ways of behaving and ways of coping.
Using a combination of hypnosis, hypnotherapy and Neuro Linguistic Programming (N.L.P) Matt can help you begin to open the doors of the depression prison and let in the light so that you have the strength, confidence and courage to move forward at your own pace.
Recognising that you need help and seeking it is the first step to a full recovery.
There is life after depression.