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What is a phobia?
Phobias are a common type of anxiety disorder, affecting millions of people around the world.
A phobia is an intense fear of a specific object or situation, such as flying, heights, animals, or needles.
People with phobias often go to great lengths to avoid the things they’re afraid of. In some cases, phobias can be so severe that they interfere with a person’s ability to lead a normal life.
Yes, phobias are real. They’re classified as an anxiety disorders, and they can be very debilitating. Tragically, some people even die from their phobias.
The way in which phobias affect people can be very different.
Symptoms may include:
Some people feel anxious all the time, whether or not they are facing their feared object or situation. Others may only feel anxious when they are confronted with their fear.
Most people with phobias try to avoid the things that trigger their anxiety.
Here are the four main categories:
There are a huge amount of different phobias which people suffer from. Some of the most common ones are:
Each phobia can be incredibly debilitating for the person suffering from it, making everyday tasks and activities difficult or impossible to carry out.
Hypnotherapy for phobias can be an effective treatment option for those who suffer from debilitating fears and anxiety.
Hypnosis works by helping the person to relax and enter a state of heightened suggestibility, where they are more open to positive suggestions.
In hypnotherapy, the therapist will work with the client to identify the initial sensitizing event which caused the phobia, and then help them to eliminate their fear using guided imagery, and positive affirmations.
There are many different professional hypnotherapy organizations in the UK where you can find a hypnotherapist who specializes in phobias.
The British Society of Clinical Hypnosis (BSCH) is one such professional organization.
The BSCEH has a register of hypnotherapists who have met their rigorous standards and are qualified to treat phobias with hypnosis.
Yes, hypnotherapy for phobias does work. It is a recognized form of treatment for phobias and has been shown to be effective in many cases.
Unfortunately, hypnotherapy for phobias NHS is not yet available. If you need help to eliminate a fear or phobia you will have to look for a professional hypnotherapist who runs a private practice.
You can find some very good videos on YouTube about hypnotherapy for phobias. This is a great way to get started with hypnotherapy, especially if you are afraid of needles or other medical procedures.
It’s important to remember that watching videos on YouTube is no substitute for working face to face with a professional hypnotherapist.
Reddit is another good place to find information about using hypnotherapy to eliminate fears and phobias.
Look for hypnotherapy groups on Reddit and read through the posts to see if anyone has had success with this method.
You may also want to post your own question about hypnotherapy for phobias on Reddit and see if you can get some helpful responses.
If you are going to use a hypnotherapy for phobias download it is important to remember that the creators of the hypnotherapy downloads will vary in expertise.
Some of the downloads will be good whereas others will be a waste of your valuable money. So it is important to do your research before purchasing one.
Books about using hypnotherapy for phobias are a good way to gain knowledge about the subject of hypnosis. This will help you to make your own decision as to whether hypnotherapy may be able to help with your phobia.
Quite a lot of people now listen to a hypnotherapy for phobias mp3 with a view to eliminating their phobia. Unfortunately, they are not very effective and again are no substitute for face-to-face therapy with a hypnotherapist.
MP3 recordings are not tailored to a person’s individual needs.
How much does a hypnotherapy for phobias appointment cost?
The price of therapy will be very different according to the expertise and location of the therapist who you book an appointment with. Experienced hypnotherapists will charge a lot more for their time and expertise.
You will also discover that the cost of hypnotherapy in London will be far greater than in most other parts of the UK.
This does not mean that a therapist who is based in Harley Street is any more successful than any other therapist.
They just work in an area where the price of living is more expensive. So be prepared to travel to a hypnotherapist who can help you and is also affordable.
When looking to find a hypnotherapist who can help you with your phobia it’s very important to read their hypnotherapy review before booking an appointment.
The best place to read hypnotherapists’ reviews is on Google Maps where the reviews tend to be verified.
If you typed in “hypnotherapy for phobias near me” on your phone or computer you will see at the top of the page sponsored listings and then the websites of the closest hypnotherapists to you.
This is not the best way to find a hypnotherapist who specializes in helping people with fears and phobias. Therapists vary greatly in experience and success rates.
Sponsored listings are just therapists who pay Google to list their business where it can be easily found.
Therapists who are already successful tend to spend very little on advertising due to receiving many new clients via word of mouth from previous satisfied clients.
Take your time and do your research. Do not worry about ringing quite a few hypnotherapists before booking an appointment.
Be prepared to ask plenty of questions!
If you live in or near Newcastle upon Tyne and you need help to eliminate a phobia talk to hypnotherapist Ian Smith who will be able to help you.
Ian Smith is an Internationally respected therapist who has many years of experience in helping his clients with phobias.
Quays Clinic can help you to eliminate your fears and phobias. So do not suffer in silence. Get the help you need today. Call Quays Clinic on the telephone number below or use the contact form to send us a message.