Phobia Cure & Social Anxiety Reduction
By Brian A Martin MSC CTA MNCH MBACP BACP & UKCP Registered
Member National Council for Hypnotherapy
The phobia cure techniques described in this article are also very effective in helping overcome anxiety and lack of confidence in any situation.
Phobia Definition ‘Intense irrational fear of something which is not dangerous'.
There are well over 200 different types of phobia. Definitions of phobia include abnormal, irrational and obsessive fear of something and/or dread, horror, terror, loathing, aversion and revulsion by something. There are two main categories of phobia, simple and complex. A simple phobia is irrational fear of one something, for example fear of frogs, mice, spiders. Simple phobia, although very inconvenient, may not have a major impact on the life of the sufferer.
Complex phobia often have a number of strands which often lead to major disturbance of the sufferers life e.g. Claustrophobia, Agoraphobia, Social Phobia, Emetophobia, Haemophobia. Complex phobia usually has deep roots and cure takes longer, sometimes much longer than simple phobia.
If you are a phobia sufferer you may have put off seeking help because your phobia does not significantly interfere in your life. Some phobias, for example a fear of snakes, have very little day to day impact on UK residents. However, other phobias such as a fear of heights, confined spaces, social situations, or vomit can have a massive impact, even control your life [as you will know only too well, if you have one].
The good news is that all phobia are curable!
Modern phobia cure techniques mean that phobia can be cured more quickly and easily than ever before. ARE THE MODERN PHOBIA CURE TECHNIQUES I REFER TO?
The main techniques I use are:
Advanced Hypnotherapy - Fast Phobia Cure
Neuro Linguistic Programming [NLP] SWISH Technique
Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing [EMDR] - Trauma Relief
FEEDBACK FROM A PHOBIA CLIENT 'You have helped me change my life in such a short period of time. I am over the moon in conquering my fear of heights.