What is a phobia?
What is a Phobia?
A Phobia is an irrational fear. I have treated clients for all sorts of phobias – the most common are Presentations, Fear of flying, Heights, Enclosed Spaces, Dogs, Birds, Spiders & Driving (usually motorways).
Claustrophia can be particularly debilitating as it tends to generalise across a number of areas – eg public transport, car travel, flying, lifts, escalators, bridges, motorways ie things you can’t get off. The feeling of being trapped is overwhelming & its not uncommon for sufferers to experience extreme physical discomfort or even panic attacks.
Whilst they may seem silly to those without the phobia, a phobia is no laughing matter for the sufferer. People with phobias will routinely limit themselves in careers, relationships & life experience. The good news is that phobias are extremely easy to shift using Hypnotherapy, Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) & NeuroLinguistic Programming (NLP).
3×1 hour sessions are usually enough to clear a phobia or reduce it to a manageable level. They can even be worked on over the phone.
If you would like to discuss your needs further or make an appointment please call me on 07946 526 838 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org
“You worked wonders! Nick had the scan yesterday & stayed admirably calm…the operator even commented on how calm he seemed! Bless you for being such a marvel,” Claustrophobia MRI scan