Do you suffer from short or long term depression?
Feel like you have the weight of the world on your shoulders?
Have you just felt like locking yourself away from the world?
Is it time for you to get really good professional hypnotherapy help to change your mood fast?
There are two kinds of depression: endogenous and exogenous.
Endogenous depression is when a person is suffering from bodily imbalances, for example hormonal disruptions, effects of operations or illness, disease toxicity or malnutrition.
In modern culture depression has become epidemic because people work too hard and the body goes into organ and systemic collapse. We are economically wealthier but poorer health- wise.
Endogenous depression can be helped by hypnotherapy, psychotherapy and counselling.
Since I am also a naturopath, I may be able to help you in overcoming depression without medication.
I may order blood tests or look at any other reasons why someone is experiencing depression caused by a physical condition.
It is very important to find the reason that this is happening to you so it can be managed and eliminated where possible.
Exogenous depression is also known as reactive depression and is the result of the way in which someone is unable to process life events.
I have worked extensively with people overcoming depressive episodes in their life as well as trauma recovery. I contributed a chapter to the book Women and Depression published by Cambridge Press and presented at the Women in Depression Conference in Sydney.
Did you know that depression needs to be treated from a multi-faceted approach?
You may have experienced a traumatic or stressful event or time that has worn you down. You may feel defeated, tired and cannot be bothered with life.
You may not want to engage with the world or other people in case you get further damaged. You withdraw from the world, go inside so become an introverted, depressive personality.
While there are many ways to overcome depression, treatment of both types of depression can be done with hypnotherapy with a high rate of successful resolution.
Because depression creates a certain set of defeatist mindsets, you need to change the way you think and act, as well as change your lifestyle to one that allows you to restore a normal zest for life.
You need to reprogram the mind and your body.
If you are depressed, you can have a choice about how you go forward.
You can either sit around and be self-indulgent, expect others to fix the problem for you or you make up your mind to do everything you can to change yourself and your situation to wake up your brain healing systems to help you feel happy in life again.
Are you aware that hypnotherapy can help you feel motivated to get on with your life again fast?
Remember depression is a signal that what is happening and what you are doing is not right for you and that you need to change things.
Everyone comes to depression for different reasons and experiences different conflicts inside their mind that need to be explored and resolved
That signal is part of your defence system that causes you to withdraw from fear of danger and discomfort. You must listen to the signal that tells you that you need to change things and if you do not, that signal will keep on sounding until things change.
As a clinical hypnotherapist, psychotherapist, counsellor and naturopath, I offer help for depression, using all my skills.
We will look at your physical, mental and emotional needs that need to be satisfied.
Hypnotherapy in particular is profoundly effective in helping people overcome depression.
We all get depressed from time to time, which is natural. But if you feel stuck in a state of depression, give us call and let us start work on changing your life to being happy.
Book your hypnotherapy appointment with Dr Tracie O’Keefe DCH by calling 02 8021 6429 (Direct Patient Line Only).
Dr Tracie O’Keefe DCH, BHSc, ND, Clinical Hypnotherapist, Psychotherapist. Counsellor, PACFA registered Mental Health Professional and Naturopath In Sydney. You can get help by booking an appointment with her at Australian Health & Education Centre.