Depression & Anxiety

Anxiety can be experienced at different levels. It can be brought on by a fear of something that happened, or what we think happened and dread happening again. While most people will experience a relatively mild form of anxiety when facing a particularly stressful situation (such as an exam or presentation), anxiety disorders are very different. An anxiety disorder can disrupt the day-to-day life of an individual.

When a person suffers from an anxiety disorder, it can sometimes lead to them avoiding certain situations because they fear it may be a trigger. This can make regular life difficult, causing the individual to miss out on many opportunities. This constant fear can begin to affect their life, preventing them from achieving potential job promotions and developing personal relationships.

Some of the most common psychological symptoms of anxiety are:

- Thinking that you may lose control and/or go “mad”
- Thinking that you might die
- Thinking that you may have a heart attack/be sick/faint/have a brain tumour
- Feeling that people are looking at you and observing your anxiety
- Feeling as though things are speeding up/slowing down
- Feeling detached from your environment and the people in it
- Feeling like wanting to run away/escape from the situation
- Feeling on edge and alert to everything around you

Depression is a group of enduring symptoms that last anywhere from a few weeks to many years. Symptoms are broken down into 4 clusters:

1. How you think (e.g. self-criticism, hopelessness, suicidal thoughts, concentration difficulties, overall negativity)
2. How you act (e.g. isolating, low motivation)
3. How you feel emotionally (e.g. sad, guilty, irritable, angry, anxious)
4. How you feel physically (e.g. appetite or sleep changes)

A negative state of mind that colours all of your experiences is the chief feature of depression. You may cry a great deal, or you may want to cry, but can’t. Simple chores require great effort and everyday problems seem overwhelming. You become your own worst critic and believe that you’re being punished for something you did wrong.

Regression Therapy and Trauma- and Family Constellations are becoming a more recognised method for reducing feelings of anxiety and depression. Regression Therapy and Trauma Constellations for anxiety and depression can help boost confidence and self-belief, while reducing feelings of fear and intense worry. It can help you develop the ability to access the calm state of mind needed to overcome the often-overwhelming emotions you are living with. These methods can begin to teach you how to regain a sense of control and normality. They can help you understand what triggers your anxiety and how to cope when you start to feel anxious.

Appointments and Fees
If you would like to book an appointment, please use the booking form on this website or phone or text me: Katherina Kavungu +353 (0) 861957734.

Sessions are available from Monday to Saturdays.

Session fees are €150 for the first session and €100 for each session thereafter.

I hold a diploma in Identity-oriented Psychotrauma Therapy (IoPT), Prof. Dr. Franz Ruppert (Spain), in Regression Therapy from the Regression Academy (UK) and in Hypnotherapy from the TherMedius-Institut (Germany).

 

Depression & Anxiety

Anxiety can be experienced at different levels. It can be brought on by a fear of something that happened, or what we think happened and dread happening again. While most people will experience a relatively mild form of anxiety when facing a particularly stressful situation (such as an exam or presentation), anxiety disorders are very different. An anxiety disorder can disrupt the day-to-day life of an individual.

When a person suffers from an anxiety disorder, it can sometimes lead to them avoiding certain situations because they fear it may be a trigger. This can make regular life difficult, causing the individual to miss out on many opportunities. This constant fear can begin to affect their life, preventing them from achieving potential job promotions and developing personal relationships.

Some of the most common psychological symptoms of anxiety are:

- Thinking that you may lose control and/or go “mad”
- Thinking that you might die
- Thinking that you may have a heart attack/be sick/faint/have a brain tumour
- Feeling that people are looking at you and observing your anxiety
- Feeling as though things are speeding up/slowing down
- Feeling detached from your environment and the people in it
- Feeling like wanting to run away/escape from the situation
- Feeling on edge and alert to everything around you

Depression is a group of enduring symptoms that last anywhere from a few weeks to many years. Symptoms are broken down into 4 clusters:

1. How you think (e.g. self-criticism, hopelessness, suicidal thoughts, concentration difficulties, overall negativity)
2. How you act (e.g. isolating, low motivation)
3. How you feel emotionally (e.g. sad, guilty, irritable, angry, anxious)
4. How you feel physically (e.g. appetite or sleep changes)

A negative state of mind that colours all of your experiences is the chief feature of depression. You may cry a great deal, or you may want to cry, but can’t. Simple chores require great effort and everyday problems seem overwhelming. You become your own worst critic and believe that you’re being punished for something you did wrong.

Regression Therapy and Trauma- and Family Constellations are becoming a more recognised method for reducing feelings of anxiety and depression. Regression Therapy and Trauma Constellations for anxiety and depression can help boost confidence and self-belief, while reducing feelings of fear and intense worry. It can help you develop the ability to access the calm state of mind needed to overcome the often-overwhelming emotions you are living with. These methods can begin to teach you how to regain a sense of control and normality. They can help you understand what triggers your anxiety and how to cope when you start to feel anxious.

Appointments and Fees
If you would like to book an appointment, please use the booking form on this website or phone or text me: Katherina Kavungu +353 (0) 861957734.

Sessions are available from Monday to Saturdays.

Session fees are €150 for the first session and €100 for each session thereafter.

I hold a diploma in Identity-oriented Psychotrauma Therapy (IoPT), Prof. Dr. Franz Ruppert (Spain), in Regression Therapy from the Regression Academy (UK) and in Hypnotherapy from the TherMedius-Institut (Germany).

 

Hypnosis in Dublin Logo

Katherina Kavungu

Dip Hyp. Dip RTh. Ct IoPT

Hypnosis in Dublin Logo

Katherina Kavungu

Dip Hyp. Dip RTh. Ct LBL