journalist. editor. publisher. author
Bryan Hubbard suffered years of chronic depression before he came to his radical understanding of what was happening to him, revelations that formed the bedrock of his revolutionary Time-Light therapy.
Essentially, he realised that there was no difference between ‘him’ and the depression—and that ‘he’ was the depression.
Bryan tested and modified his revelations in workshops before he wrote two books about the therapy, Time-Light and The Untrue Story of You.
The radical therapy is now being trialled in a German psychiatric clinic, and its discoveries have already helped many thousands of people overcome the influences and traumas of their past.
Bryan is a journalist, publisher and co-editor of the international magazine What Doctors Don’t Tell You, which is published in nine countries.
Prior to launching his own publishing group, Bryan held editorships of a variety of prominent EMAP and Financial Times Group titles, including Money Week, Money Business and Small Company Investor.
He also worked for the Confederation of British Industry, converting their annual programme into a highly popular book.
Bryan has a BA in Philosophy.