Depression, Fear and Anxiety

Fear, Anxiety, Depression

This picture of Walt from Breaking Bad looks like he is feeling very anxious and overwhelmed!   Anxiety, fear and depression can be intensely debilitating and can actively prevent you from dealing well with life’s challenges. Instead, the vicious circle of bad decisions, hopelessness and despair may incline you to withdraw as you feel powerless to change your feelings and circumstances.  Or, worse still, make even more bad decisions as you desperately try to get away from feeling so down.

Depression and anxiety are rapidly becoming two of the most common problems that GPs are being asked to treat.

“Depression is more than simply feeling unhappy or fed up for a few days.

We all go through spells of feeling down, but when you’re depressed you feel persistently sad for weeks or months, rather than just a few days.

Some people still think that depression is trivial and not a genuine health condition. They’re wrong. Depression is a real illness with real symptoms, and it’s not a sign of weakness or something you can “snap out of” by “pulling yourself together.

The good news is that with the right treatment and support, most people can make a full recovery.”



Depression no longer carries the stigma it did just a short time ago, and yet the only help on offer through the NHS seems to be a mixture of a series of CBT or counselling sessions and a prescription for SSRIs which is the standard medication on offer.

If you have tried that, and are stuck taking pills in the long term and sick of it, perhaps trying something else has crossed your mind and that is why you are reading this page.   Or perhaps you don’t even want to try that route and have decided to fast track your way to clearing your depression.

I have helped many people overcome depression in a deep and abiding way, in a very short time.  In fact after just one session of two hours, the feedback I have got is that it feels like magic.  One woman reported that she was medication free, and dancing round her living room laughing, after years of being depressed and taking tablets.

What is the difference between an NLP intervention and other therapies?

As NLP is education and not therapy your practitioner will be more interested in how you are doing your depression rather than why.   Knowing why can be very interesting but it doesn’t necessarily help you to feel better or do something different.

This sort of treatment works because, as I explained earlier on this site, your chemistry, thinking and feelings are all interacting and affecting each other.   So the fact that your chemistry is that of depression means the predisposition is to think in a certain way, and there are unhappy feelings attached to that way of thinking.   It isn’t your ‘fault’ – your body is just responding appropriately to what you are unconsciously reinforcing on a daily basis.   It could almost be said to be like a bad habit that you know you want to change but don’t know how and need a bit of help.

When you change the way you are thinking, the feelings change and your chemistry responds accordingly.   This process starts off as a deliberate taking control of your thoughts, and the way you have been processing your reality, but almost immediately your chemistry resets to match the new way of thinking.   And the best news is, that your NLP practitioner will do all the hard work for you to start you on the road to recovery.

“Instead of being a victim of your chemistry and feelings you quickly become in control – the master or mastress of your own brain and processes!   It is an amazing feeling.   Like lifting off the cloud of despair and seeing the blue sky and sunshine for the first time in ages.   It feels like freedom where before it felt like being imprisoned in your own skin.”

Once you have left the session, feeling much happier, then it is over to you to practice being in control and embedding the new habit for good.   It only takes a week or two of deliberate, conscious attention – and your practitioner will make sure you are reprogrammed so you can access the new way of thinking and feeling easily – all you will have to do is let yourself reset and begin your journey into a much happier you.

For me, being a part of facilitating this change is one of the most joyous, and I very much look forward to hearing from you in the days after your session and hearing about your delight!   It feels like magic but it is a very logical process, as you will learn when you come to see me.   Contact me to take your first step into greater freedom and happiness.

Anxiety and Fear

If you are suffering from too much fear or anxiety the same rules apply.  You will know if your fears or anxiety are inappropriate to your circumstances or more intense than you would wish.   If you want to start taking control and stop being the victim of your own chemistry and feelings then come and see me.   You will feel the difference immediately!   And once you know how to take more control of your thoughts, feelings and chemistry, you will never look back.

Contact me now and put the horrible experience of inappropriate fear or anxiety behind you.

“I went to see Laura because I had felt down for some time.  Now, I feel pretty fantastic about everything.  I still have the odd day when I’m not feeling 100%, and then I remember the NLP, give myself a smile and everything starts working as it should again!!!”

Sophia Barr

When I came to Laura I was feeling very low and weary.   Everything was weighing me down, I felt I could not do anything. Laura is such an easy person to talk to and understands. After seeing Laura I felt lifted and lighter after just two hours.

I saw her again and felt even better. If you are struggling with a diet or need help to get motivated to do anything you want to, contact Laura. I cannot recommend her enough.”

Val Harvey, from Finningham near Stowmarket

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