Phobias are extremely common and symptoms range from mild and live with it, to life destroying levels of distress. Hypnotherapy for phobia is one of the most successful methods available and when combined with associated therapies such as NLP success levels escalate.
It’s criminal to allow people to suffer when such simple and successful treatments are readily available.
Hypnotherapy is very successful in treating nearly all fears and phobia’s. This methodology may be used alone or as part of a wider treatment protocol. Many phobias are successfully treated in just one to six sessions.
Holistic Approach: Many therapists today are being trained in a number of complementary practices such as NLP, (Neuro Linguistic Programing) and CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) which combined lend themselves to successfully treating fears and phobias.
A phobia is.... A phobia (from the Greek, φόβος, phóbos, meaning "fear" or "morbid fear") is an intense and persistent fear of certain situations, activities, things, or people. The main symptom of this disorder is the excessive and unreasonable desire to avoid the feared subject.
According to the American Psychiatric Association, a phobia is an irrational and excessive fear of an object or situation. In most cases, the phobia involves a sense of endangerment or a fear of harm. For example, those suffering from agoraphobia fear being trapped in an inescapable place or situation.
You can find a list of phobias here together with specific advice and guidance for treatment.
Most phobias are treated in a similar manner and here you will find a general outline of the methods and protocols used for successful treatment.
Fears and phobias are wide ranging in their diversity and intensity in which they wreak havoc on a person’s life. This outline provides a summary of the types of fears phobias and symptoms being experienced.
Cure for a Phobia: A cure for a fear or phobia is a reality today and is often achieved within a very short timeframe. This may be surprising when many people have suffered often for most of their lives. It is criminal to allow people to continue to live with such debilitating problems when a cure is not only realistic but often easy to achieve.