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Hypnotherapy for Depression


We all experience low moods now and then. It can be a result of sadness after a loss or disappointment, or it might come on for no clear reason.

When someone has a low mood, they might struggle with finding motivation to do things. On the other hand, depression tends to be more severe, impacting the ability to work, socialize, and manage daily tasks like housework.

Usually, a low mood lifts after a few days or weeks. However, If it doesn't, it might indicate depression. Signs of depression include:

  • Feeling consistently down for 2 weeks or more

  • Losing interest in life

  • Feeling hopeless and worthless

  • Being constantly tired or lacking energy

  • Changes in appetite, either eating too much or too little

  • Sleeping more than usual or having trouble sleeping

  • Difficulty focusing on everyday activities like reading or watching TV

*As a part of my duty of care, I'm unable to take on clients who have ever had a medical practitioner or mental health professional diagnose them with any of the following, as these are not suitable for hypnotherapy: Epilepsy, Narcolepsy, Bipolar Disorder, Personality Disorder, Psychotic Episodes, Schizophrenia, Major Depressive Disorder, or those who have a history of severe self-harm or suicidal attempts. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this, please feel free to email me.

Please take a moment to consider:

  • Do you often view yourself as flawed and worthless?

  • Do you often criticize yourself and feel ashamed or guilty because of these feelings? 

  • Have you stopped doing activities you once enjoyed? 

  • Do you feel consistently sad and gloomy throughout the day?

  • Do you find yourself dwelling on the world's negativity?

  • Do you lack energy and interest in things, including intimacy?

  • Do you often feel lonely and isolated, avoiding social situations?

  • Do you find yourself not looking forward to the future?

  • Do you feel like you're stuck in a perpetual winter, with no change in sight?

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How our therapy journey will benefit you:

  • Gain clarity on what is genuinely meaningful and purposeful for you. 

  • Set a course to gradually reconnect and engage in enjoyable activities. 

  • Acquire self-hypnosis skills for positive self-talk and motivation. 

  • Develop practical techniques for handling negative thoughts, actions, and feelings. 

  • Learn creative problem-solving skills to step out of your comfort zone. 

  • Foster self-acceptance and a positive relationship with yourself, remaining grounded in the present moment.

Still have questions? 

Feel free to schedule a 10-minute intro call or send a message via the contact form. You can also visit the Frequently Asked Questions page for more information.

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