Hypnotherapy for Depression
During hypnotherapy a new neurological pathway of the way you want to be responding is created; energised, confident, motivated and free.
Hypnotherapy helps update those thought patterns of "what's the point?" "No-one really cares anyway." The flat, down feeling that seems to sit on your shoulders and chest all day, no matter what you do to shake it.
Instead get on with doing the things you want in life. Making decisions, solving problems and functioning in your day-to-day life.
Accept the good and bad, able to deal with problems as they happen.
“I used to go into this self destruct mode. I'd overthink situations at work, get really frustrated with myself and how I'd respond. Then I'd feel tired and want to stay home all the time. I didn't want to be around people. After the first session I noticed that things seemed easier. I felt lighter. I was handling stressful situations at work and more relaxed about day to day things. I was sleeping better and my mind wasn't foggy and confused. By the last session I was a lot calmer, organised and had this sense of relief that things were moving forward." *
- Steve, Wynyard
"I had got used to feeling flat and down all the time. Now those feelings are gone. A weight has been lifted. I can get on with having fun. If my day seems boring with work or staying at home with the kids this thought of "what can I do differently?" pops into my head and then I change something. Your (Teresa's) relaxed and practical way of explaining how my mind was working made things easier. It's not my personality that's the problem. It's just a way of responding my mind had learnt. Now my mind has been retrained." *
- Sue, Launceston
What People Say...
* Results may vary from person to person
"Wow. I'm so grateful I discovered hypnotherapy. So much easier and better than taking medication. I feel enthusiastic to get out there and do things; go for a walk, chat to people I bump into at the supermarket, text friends, listen to podcasts. I didn't realise how much I was missing out on things. I can't imagine going back to the old me. I'm really excited about my future. Planning what to do after work, fun things to do with the kids, holidays. Wow, wow, wow." *
"I had a lot of self-doubt before the sessions. I was always noticing the worst in situations and felt negative and flat. Even though I knew all of this I couldn't seem to stop myself from doing it. I'd always beat myself up about things. Now I just get on with things. My mindset has shifted. I'm focusing on what I'm doing now, rather than thinking about the past and worrying about the future. My mind is calmer and more relaxed. I feel more rational and like it doesn't matter if something goes wrong. It's not the end of the world." *
- Matt, Burnie