Treatment for Depression

Depression has two forms, subclinical depression, and Depressive Disorder, the first definition is when a person has depressive symptoms but doesn’t meet the criteria for Depressive Disorder.

Depressive Disorder needs a clinical diagnosis by a medical specialist that might require Anti-depressant accompanied with therapy sessions.

Subclinical Depression

can be caused by a number of factors such as stress, social phobia, sexual anxiety, panic attack, bad habits; (Mild habit e.g. addiction chronic or surgical pain), marital issues, workplace issues.

Mild Depression

can be treated to promote personal development such as Public Speaking Training or Sport Performance.

Seasonal Affective Disorder SAD

If the individual did not experience it for long time. Despite the exact cause of (SAD) is still unclear, however numerous theories talked about why some people are more vulnerable to (SAD) than others. Some studies highlighted the cause of (SAD) by the absence of the Sunlight and changing in the weather that affect people’s thoughts, behaviours and feelings as this may has a much greater effect on our mood, energy levels and our behaviours which leads to symptoms of depression with a significant impact on our day -to -day life. This is very common in Scandinavia, Europe, North and South America, North Asia and in Southern parts of Australia. However, people living in UK may experience symptoms between September and November which may continue until March/ April, some others may experience the symptoms for long time depending on individual’s type of career, social and family’s circumstances. WWMIND Resources (2017).

How Cognitive-behavioural and Hypnotherapy helps you?

CBT Hypnotherapy in a modern therapy profession tends to interpret depression as being composed of four main dimensions includes:

  • The Emotional Symptoms such as: Depressed mood, tearfulness, feeling sad, misery, etc.
  • Behavioural Symptoms such as: lack of motivation, avoiding people and socialising, withdrawal, lack of energy, etc.
  • Cognitive Symptoms such as: Self-criticism, feeling guilty, lack of self-esteem and self-efficacy ratings, unstable mood, unstop negative thoughts about life’ events, etc.
  • Physiological Symptoms such as: problem with healthy sleep, lack or exaggeration in appetite, loss of sex drive, etc.
  • So using our services of CBT with Hypnotherapy techniques helps you identify your weakness and strengths to value the positive side within your personality to be able to overcome your negative thoughts about yourself and the world around you. It will also help you to cope better with the daily changes in your life when knowing how to deal with the daily stress in more practical ways as long as the main cause for the negative feelings that affected your thoughts and behaviour has been identified.

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