Fears and Phobias

The definition of a phobia is an ‘irrational fear of a specific thing or situation’.

A phobia is something a person fears to such an extent that they feel they have to change their behaviour to keep themselves ‘safe’.  Phobias can be split into two main types – Specific phobias such as fear of flying / lifts / claustrophobia / taking exams, etc and Social phobias where an individual fears embarrassment in certain situations e.g. presenting at work / public speaking / dinner parties, stage fright, etc.  The fear with both of these phobias can be quite extreme and leaves the sufferer feeling panic stricken and out of control.

We weren’t born with any Fears or Phobias, they are something that we have learnt at some point in our lives and as we know through our understanding of hypnotherapy and NLP, if a behaviour can be learnt it can be unlearnt.  This allows for new ways of behaving to be installed that are acceptable to our unconscious minds.

At Life Practice St Albans we offer a breakthrough session to deal with all fears and phobias.  It is our experience that one session is all that is required for 98% of our clients.  Breakthrough sessions are aimed at using several NLP and hypnotherapy techniques to change the way you understand and represent your fear.

Sessions start at 3 ½ hours and if required can be booked for up to one week.  Prices start at £350.00.

We offer a free 30 minute telephone consultation to all our clients.  This gives you the opportunity to talk through any questions or concerns you may have without obligation.