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Learn to relax mentally & physically with Hypnotherapy for depression.

Get in touch for further advice on managing depression with Hypnotherapy.

Get in Touch

Sessions are available by telephone, Facetime, Skype & Zoom.

How can Hypnotherapy help me to manage depression?

Hypnotherapy can help with depression, teaching you to relax physically and mentally. It can also help you to shift focus away from the cause of your depression and help to improve your mood.

We can discuss the triggers that are causing you to be depressed. You may be surprised how small things can have a big impact. We can also help you to look at situations differently.

Sometimes the situation cannot be changed, but shifting the focus it can help you cope and feel much better.

Managing depression with Hypnotherapy provides a range of benefits.

  • Increased energy
  • Improved health
  • Improve focus and memory
  • Lower your risk of illness
  • Improve your mood
  • Relax physically and mentally

What can you expect?

1. Get in touch

We can have a chat about what you would like help with and I can explain how psychotherapy, hypnotherapy or BWRT can help.

Together, we'll decide which one will work best for you.

2. You first session

Your first session will last approximately 50 minutes and will be a mixture of talking and working with the appropriate therapy - Hypnotherapy, Psychotherapy, or BWRT.

I'll always give you something to take away, whether that's a relaxation recording or self-help tools that you can use or practice in between sessions...

3. Follow up

If follow up sessions are needed, we'll discuss your progress so far and then continue with the appropriate therapy.

Depending on what is being worked with, it can normally take between 1 and 4 sessions to get your desired results which will be discussed in your initial consultation

What treatment options are available?


With the help of hypnotherapy, you can be helped to improve your life and achieve your goals. Feel much better about yourself and become more relaxed and confident.


There are many types of psychotherapy that are helpful. The main ones that I use are CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) and Solution Focussed therapy.

Talking Therapy

Sometimes, you may feel that you want to talk about something that feels hard to discuss with friends or family, so going to see a therapist for Talking Therapy can be very helpful.