Depression is one of the most common mental disorders
According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), one in five British adults will experience depression in their lifetimes, whether it’s moderate to severe. In some cases, depression can manifest itself as feeling low or unhappy, while the more severe cases might lead to thoughts of suicide or self-harm. If these feelings persist continuously, many doctors recommend a series of therapies, or in more significant cases, a course of antidepressants.
What causes depression?
There’s no one explanation for why someone might experience depression, but the illness can cause a number of onset symptoms, including;
Loss of Appetite
If you’re wondering ‘can Cognitive Behavioural Therapy help depression’, you may find it’s the treatment for you.
Choose a professional and accredited therapist
Tim has been helping people overcome their issues for over 20 years and, as a fully qualified Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapist, is highly skilled in consulting in panic, anxiety and stress disorders. He is a member of the General Hypnotherapy Register and the Register for Evidence Based Hypnotherapy and Psychiatry. If you think hypnosis can help with your depression, he offers a one-to-one free consultation to help you decide if he’s right to help you.