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What is depression?

From a holistic perspective depression is your mind and body telling you that what you're doing isn't working. It's a signal sent to tell you to "give up."


Most people experience uncomfortable feelings that they don't know what to do with. And because they don't have the resources they need to resolve that feeling they instead develop short-term strategies to cope, soothe, or distract from it.


These "feeling-distraction" cycles work for a little while, but eventually lead to your mind rejecting everything and going into what is generally called "depression."

How is depression normally treated?

Mainstream psychology typically attempts to treat the symptoms of depression with pharmaceuticals and talk therapy.


In many countries, such as Canada, the US, and the UK, people can be prescribed antidepressants simply by going to their local GP and may bypass even basic psychotherapy completely.


These approaches leave people with no lasting or effective way to heal.

Our holistic approach works to heal depression at it's root

We guide you to rewind the process by which you ended up in depression.


We start by exploring the events, experiences, thoughts and feelings that led to your depression, and then teach you the skills and techniques to resolve what you didn't have the skills or resources to resolve at the time. 


By clearing the backlog of stuck emotional content, your depression can gently and naturally lift, and you can experience the relief and empowerment that you deserve.


We have a combined thirty years experience working with clients just like you to make permanent changes in how you think, how you feel, and how you act.


We understand the science and have spent decades honing our expertise and bringing together the most effective APPLIED technologies and frameworks from East and West.


We bring together nutrition, breath and body practices, and cutting-edge Hypnotherapy and NLP techniques.


And the most important thing: We bring the wisdom of also having used these approaches in our own lives so that what we teach and practice is a LIVED and EMBODIED experience.

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