Category: About Depression

Christmas and Hypnotherapy

  Hypnotherapy can support low mood and anxiety over the festive period   As the days draw shorter and the Christmas season is upon us, it is comforting to know that hypnotherapy is here to support you. It is especially valuable for those highly stressed and anticipating a less than merry Christmas. More than 12 million in the UK seek...Continued

Conception, fertility

How hypnotherapy could help With Conception

Fertility problems affect one in seven couples in the UK   According to NHS England, even fertile partners can take up to 2 years to become pregnant after they start trying*   There are many factors which can contribute to conception issues including: Hormonal disorders such as thyroid and PCOS Physical disorders such as weight Disorders of the reproductive system...Continued

Football Players seeking Support For Mental Health

Recent figures show that more players are seeking support for mental health from the PFA.   278 more current and former football players than in 2018 have or are accessing therapy.   Football Association’s Prince William has spoken out, criticising football clubs for their attitude towards the mental health of their players. “Once you would never show any weakness, but...Continued

Child Gambling: The Signs And Where To Find Support

The number of children with gambling problems has quadrupled to over 50,000 in the past two years. Recent research has shown that these numbers are on the incline. The ease of access to devices which allow minors to gamble has increased with almost two-thirds having free access to the internet in their bedroom where monitoring can be trickier. Matt Serlin,...Continued

ODD: Oppositional Defiant Disorder

Granted children do not always do what is asked of them but Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), is far more than mere disobedience. Oppositional Defiant Disorder is a childhood disorder characterised by defiant, disobedient, negative, and often hostile behaviour prominently towards adult figures. It is common amongst children with ADHD. It is thought that between 2-16 percent of children and young...Continued

Police Cells: Mental Health Crisis

People in a mental health crisis find it terrifying to be held in a police cell. Peers will move an amendment to the policing and crime bill to ensure those adults feeling suicidal, are self-harming or are psychotic are never taken to police stations for assessment. This plan is already in place for under-18s.   “The police can’t continue to...Continued

1 in 10 children have a mental health problem

The Education Policy Institute’s Independent Mental Health Commission published its final report of the year. It is the culmination of research into exploring challenges and transformation of children and young people’s mental health care and support. One in every ten children between the ages of five and sixteen have a diagnosed mental health problem. And yet, children’s mental health services...Continued

How I became a hypnotherapist

A brief description about how a bricklayer became a hypnotherapist. Sometimes life is more about what you can do for others than what others can do for you ...      [accua-form fid="2"] Sometimes things change very subtly, those subtle changes can make a huge difference .....

Is your other half suffering from Depression?

Does your partner suffer from Depression?   Mental Health issues will strike approximately 1 in 4 people in Britain every year according to the mental health foundation. Depression and anxiety being the most common ailments. There is plenty of help available for those suffering with depression or anxiety ranging from medication through to talking therapies such as hypnotherapy or psychology....Continued