Master your Fears and Phobias
Hypnotherapy for Fears and Phobias, be free to live the life you really want
Are irrational fears and phobias taking over your life?
We are born with only two fears:
1. A baby will flinch when hearing a loud noise
2. A baby will reach out if they feel they are about to fall.
All other fears and phobias are learnt, some in a fraction of a second.
The good news is they can be unlearnt in a single session.
Do you have a fear of animals, places or certain activities? Very common Phobias include fear of spiders, snakes, dogs and rats. Are there places that you avoid going to like dentists, hospitals, heights, lifts, open or enclosed spaces? Other common Phobias include fear of flying, having injections or being in stormy weather. Hypnotherapy for phobias is an effective way to overcome your fears, leading to a happier and more fulfilling life.
People come to us with a wide array of fears and phobias including:
Fear of leaving the house
Fear of driving
Fear of driving over bridges
Fear of spiders, insects, snakes, magpies, dogs, etc
Fear of public speaking
Fear of traveling on planes, trains, cars, etc
Fear of elevators
Fear of heights
Fear of enclosed spaces
Fear of open spaces
The Master your Mind approach using Cognitive Hypnotherapy reaches the deeper parts of the mind where these phobias and fears lurk: the same part of the mind that decides whether a fearful response needs to be generated or not.
The work we do with you in hypnotherapy enables your mind and body to choose a different response — one that feels rational, safe and right.
So, if you do have one or more phobias worrying you, you don't need to let them impact your life any longer.
How is a phobia different from regular fear?
Phobias are relatively common; up to 11% of the Australian population suffers from mild to moderate phobias.
Clinically, phobias are different from regular fears or anxieties in that the person exhibits a response to the thing or situation that is way out of proportion to how a regular person would react. These dramatic responses include but are not limited to panic attacks, breathing difficulties, shaking or trembling, elevated heart rate, dizziness, nausea, paralysis and so on.