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Neuro Semantics

Getting Help for Low Mood and Depression


Depressed feelings are a debilitating problem, affecting relationships around you. You may feel hopeless, drained and often frustrated...

Sometimes you may hear other people say 'snap out of it' - however it is not easy to just shift your mood and focus 'at will'. The depression spirals and you may feel helpless to do anything about your situation. 'Willing yourself' out of depression, keeping busy and saying positive affirmations only helps to a degree, sometimes distracting you for a while...

Real help comes with shifting the thought processes that lead to depressing feelings. NLP, Hypnotherapy and Neuro Semantic techniques help you restructure perspectives and you can step forward into your life and future feeling more uplifted, clearer and thinking in a more positive, creative way.


Some of the most common symptoms and reactions of low mood and depression include:

  • Sadness
  • Tiredness
  • Frustration, guilt, jealousy, despair and anger
  • Sleeping difficulties
  • Eating disorders
  • Lack of self trust, self criticism

Unlike other therapies, Hypnosis, NLP and Neuro Semantics do not require you to search out reasons for your depression, getting to the 'root cause'. No need to re-live past painful experiences or explore past depressive feelings.

It's about releasing the past patterns, cycles and ways of thinking and moving forward into a more satisfying future.

You learn to identify your trigger responses to depression and your subconscious mind helps you to diffuse this old pattern. New perspectives and responses are gained and put into place allowing you to respond to life in a more positive, confident and happier way.

How long does treatment take for Depression and Low Mood?

Depending on you history of depression and you depression responses, the number of sessions vary between people. Generally, it is three to four sessions.