Depression Hypnotherapy in Stockport & Manchester

If you’re suffering from depression and you’re looking for a therapist, I can help. Based in Stockport, I offer Rapid Transformational Therapy (a type of hypnotherapy) that can help you understand the root cause and where your feelings originate.

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Depression

How can hypnosis help with depression?

While your GP treats clinical depression, and you may have been on medication for many years, RTT Therapy/Hypnotherapy can help you understand the root cause and where your feelings originate, giving you a fantastic insight into what could have been holding you back from years.

Before your meeting, we will chat about your personal life, childhood, and medications so that I better understand what may have happened and better understand your beliefs about yourself. The kinds of language you use towards yourself.

I would always urge you to speak to your GP before contacting me, but if you’re ready to discuss hypnotherapy and how I can help, please get in touch.

My depression therapy sessions can be delivered online or in person, and just 1 to 3 is enough to give you permanent change.

Experience first-hand the transformative power of hypnosis, which can help you break free from the chains of depression, gain profound insights, and rediscover your joy and confidence so that you can lead a fulfilling and purposeful life.

The 21-day recording you receive after an RTT Therapy/Hypnotherapy session can be the catalyst that sparks a remarkable transformation in your life, instilling your mind with the positive messages and insights gained during the session and propelling you towards your desired changes with newfound strength and determination.

RTT Therapy and Clinical Hypnotherapy Stockport

Who is Stephen Stanton?

I'm a clinical hypnotherapist and workplace wellbeing specialist. I specialise in RTT (Rapid Transformational Therapy). Based in Stockport, I offer my services all around the Greater Manchester area.

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Depression: Frequently Asked Questions

Depression is a severe mood disorder marked by persistent sadness and loss of interest in activities. It affects thoughts, feelings, and behaviours, causing emotional and physical issues. This medical illness impacts daily life and requires treatment.

Symptoms include ongoing sadness, changes in appetite, sleep disturbances, low energy, and altered thought processes. Depression arises from various factors, such as biological, hormonal, and psychological influences.

It can be temporary or long-term and is treatable through medication, psychotherapy, and lifestyle changes.
Treatment is tailored to individual needs, focusing on immediate symptom relief and long-term management. Understanding depression’s effect on personal, professional, and educational aspects is critical to effective treatment and prevention.

Depression is a complicated and often undiagnosed medical problem triggered by various life events, including the death of a loved one or losing your job. In pregnancy, some women are diagnosed with Postnatal Depression or Postpartum Depression.

Clinical depression is treatable through prescription drugs; if you’ve been taking these for an extended period (month-years), it may seem impossible to imagine living without them again—but it’s possible. You can lead an entire and happy life even without medication.

It is well-known that there is a link between depression and food. Studies have found that people with depression are more likely to eat unhealthy foods to cope with emotions. Additionally, people with depression are more likely to turn to comfort foods, such as junk food, to make them feel better.

This can lead to unhealthy eating habits, which can worsen depression symptoms. Eating suitable types of food can help relieve symptoms of depression, as certain foods contain essential nutrients that help boost mood, such as omega-3 fatty acids, which are found in foods such as salmon and walnuts.

Eating a balanced diet and avoiding processed and sugary foods can help lift one’s mood. Finally, exercising regularly can also help improve depression symptoms. Exercise releases endorphins, which can help improve mood and reduce stress

You can access my Downloads section in the footer of my website for information on printables to help you track your food for seven days. This really could be the start you have been looking for.

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