Fear & phobia
Fears & Phobias seem urgent and very real, but they are actually irrational aversions deeply ingrained in the subconscious mind, beneath the logical, conscious mind. No matter how much you know that there is nothing to rationally be afraid of, the unconscious mind hijacks your response and triggers a fight-or-flight adrenaline response. With hypnotherapy, we can drill down into the unhelpful negative mindset that expects to feel the fear, these are ingrained deep into the unconscious, re-setting them to no longer be afraid.
There is virtually no limit to the fears and phobias our clients experience.
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Case Study *
Grant is a 30 years old male who has developed a fear of dogs. He has been afraid of dogs since he was a very young child. He remember a particular incident with a dog when he was in kindergarten but was unsure it was the first incident. His fear has grown over the years and a recent paralysing encounter with stray dogs convinced him to seek treatment. A friend who recently healed his fear of swimming referred him to me.
Fear are usually easy to treat with hypnotherapy and after collecting more information about the exact trigger, manifestation of his fear, the physical sensation and his thoughts, Grant was ready to enter the hypnotic trance.
I recreated under the safe and controlled state of hypnosis a particular scene Grant had described and repeatedly guided Grant to experience, observe and release the fear. Reinforcing the experience with hypnotic suggestions Grant started to experience less and less fear until it reduced to nothing.
A couple of weeks later, Grant sent me a photo of him smiling while petting a large dog.
While phobia can take up to 5 sessions, fears are usually treated in 1 or 2 sessions.
*Case studies are inspired from real client's stories but names and personal details have been changes to preserve confidentiality.