How Service Dogs Help Treat Depression & Anxiety

If you are suffering from anxiety or depression more than likely you are not going out, you are staying at home, shutting yourself away from the world. Anxiety and depression often involves inner emotional turmoil and a lot of negative internal self-talk. This situation is often self-soothed with owning a cat or dog, this helps with treating your depression & anxiety.

We all now the power of pets and how cats and dogs warm our hearts. They help break the negative cycle of depression and anxiety we may find ourselves in by providing comforting companionship and a sense of purpose. Let’s not forget cats, you stroke them they purr. They are a true and trusted and loving companion in dark and difficult times.

Maybe at this point you are wondering what cats and dogs have to do with Hypnotherapy. When you come to see me or make a commitment to work with me for one session or more, you have to make it happen. You have to get out, you have started on a new path of recovery. It’s like the story of two wolves fighting.

  • Responsibility for your well-being. Just like a dog needs to be fed, needs to be walked, or a cat that needs to be fed and loved. Seeing me, making a. commitment to your well-being motivates you towards your healing.
  • Unconditional love. This means I offer you 100% acceptance without judgment of your depression, or anxious and loneliness.
  • Recognize signs of a panic attack. My presence means zero non-reaction to whatever triggers your panic attacks or anxiety levels to rise. This minimizes them and conditions you to positive experiences.
  • Staying connected. Today with social media and video presence, we are losing authentic interpersonal connection, and that is contributing to more emotional problems and disorders.

Hypnotherapy is just like how Cats & Dogs Help Treat Depression & Anxiety

What happens in a hypnotherapy session? Come in and see me, experience unconditional love and tell me your story, unburden yourself. Here is a good article from WebMD on How Pets help Manage Depression. If you can’t come in g=for therapy with me, get a cat or dog, or love the one you have more. The ADAA (The Anxiety and Depression Association of America calls this the pet effect.

Talk to me about your issue, often an initial traumatic event occurred. Get rid of that and viola your issues shift. Schedule a free online consultation, it will immediately make you feel better!