Are you in need of help but concerned about having face to face sessions because of the corona virus?
Hypnotherapy can be delivered very effectively using Zoom or similar tele-conferencing programs.
I understand if you have some reservations about this modality, but I can assure you that the integrity of the client / therapist relationship is protected in the online space.
It is also worth noting that my clients are reporting that the therapeutic experience is enhanced using electronic means. The use of headphones means that my voice ‘gets in’ more effectively and outside noises are diminished.
Call 0409 803 696 to discuss how I can help you, or I offer a free online appointment so you can get all the information you need. This will help us determine if this treatment is right for you.
Phobias Can Be Resolved With Hypnotherapy
Many different phobic responses can be resolved with hypnotherapy. Below is a short list of the most common phobias that clients come to me for help with.
- Fear of public speaking – Glossophobia
- Fear of flying – Aerophobia
- Fear of spiders – Arachnophobia or snakes – Ophidiophobia
- Fear of the outdoors, open spaces – Agoraphobia
- Fear of germs – Mysophobia
- Fear of driving – Vehophobia
- Fear of needles- Trypanophobia
What is a phobia?
A phobia is a form of anxiety that can create an extreme, irrational reaction – a fear of something that prevents you from doing things that most people can do easily. Phobias can stop you from taking part in normal activities and can really limit your enjoyment of life.
How can hypnotherapy resolve my phobia?
Phobias are unconscious responses and hypnosis addresses the unconscious mind where the fear resides.
Hypnosis is very commonly used to treat phobias and remove the fear response. Because hypnosis changes the way the brain responds to information, it is possible for a trained hypnotherapist to remove the irrational fear and help the client create a more functional set of behaviours.
Sometimes the results can be quite quick, but as phobic responses are extreme and can often be long-term, it may take several sessions to remove the underlying source of the anxiety.
The cause is sometimes easy to identify but in other cases may be unrelated to the specific phobia that has developed.
A fear of flying, for example, may develop if you experience very strong turbulence during a flight. Or it might develop after a completely unrelated traumatic experience such as the sudden death of a loved one, or some other form of trauma that affects a person’s confidence. The unconscious mind can create this very real feeling of fear that has nothing to do with actual flying.
For many of my clients the anxiety can create a tendency to avoid situations that create the fear. This can then develop into a pattern of avoiding multiple situations and so can become a very restrictive condition that gradually limits the potential for a full and happy life.
How Many Sessions Will It Take?
As each person has individual needs there is no one answer to this question. However, I usually find that clients need around three sessions to remove simple phobias. The more complex the issues the more sessions are needed.
Talking about the problem won’t make it go away. We need to access the deeper parts of the mind and address the fear response directly.
I have helped many people overcome these irrational fears by calming the body and the mind, and eliminating the fear response where it begins so that they can begin to enjoy normal activities again.
So stop worrying about your phobia, take action now to resolve it.
You can call me on 0409 803 696 or click the button below to make an appointment.
Disclaimer: Hypnotherapy results vary from person to person. Services provided by Change in Mind are not intended as a substitute for medical advice or treatment. Each client should consult their GP for medical advice and for any symptoms that may require medical intervention.