Hypnosis for Phobias and Fears at Kuiper Hypnosis
Phobias are often underpinned by a disproportionate fear of something that happened in the past, combined with the ongoing fear that it will happen again. Negative events that seem to have been forgotten can still cause problems that tick away in the background.
I will discuss with you how your problem manifests itself and to help establish exactly when the problem first occurred. I will work through some positive suggestions in hypnosis to treat the area of anxiety. You will leave each session feeling refreshed, energized and ready to deal with your fears and anxieties.
Hypnosis for Phobias and Fears
Fear is a natural response we all have to danger and mostly it is healthy. It is a basic survival instinct that helps us avoid and escape any frightening situation. However, when the fear intensifies it can transform into a phobia. Phobias can lead to severe anxiety attacks for many people. A phobia is a kind of anxiety disorder which has similar symptoms to that of anxiety. The symptoms include nervousness, dizziness, heavy sweating, nausea, faster heartbeats, upset stomach and shaking.
Usually phobias develop when a person gets surrounded by unrealistic fear due to a certain situation or object. When this situation or object is associated with their day to day life, the phobia affects their life adversely by restricting them from doing what they want to along with causing a lot of suffering. Phobias are learned responses that mostly exist in our subconscious mind.
Phobias are categorized into three different types, i.e. simple phobia, social phobia and agoraphobia. Simple phobia is induced by a certain event or object, social phobia is induced by social contexts such as public speaking, parties and gatherings and agoraphobia is induced by a fear of being alone in a public place.
Fortunately, Hypnosis for phobias has come to the rescue for phobic people.
Hypnosis for Phobias and Fear
Phobias and fear are associated with the subconscious mind which means even if tell ourselves that a particular situation or object is not harmful for us, still our body and mind reacts with fear. Hypnosis for phobias and fear is a natural and therapeutic process that aims to communicate with our subconscious mind and change our perception towards the feelings and behavior we have towards our phobia.
Fears and Phobias Hypnosis at Kuiper Hypnosis
I believe that a relaxed mind has an improved capability to accept suggestions versus an active mind. I take advantage of my client’s relaxed mind and infuse positivity into it.
First of all, I discuss with my client the various aspects of their phobia that includes the cause, the first time they experience phobic attack, and how they react to such situations and so on. This thorough discussion allows me to understand the underlying reasons behind the fears and phobias as well as find out the best solutions to help them overcome them.
I design a specific fears and phobias hypnosis session for my clients. During the session I will relax their conscious mind with hypnotic techniques. Once their mind is relaxed deeply I will work through some positive hypnotic suggestions that will help in treating the area of their fear and phobias. Then I will utilize different techniques to help change their perception and response towards their fear and phobia. These techniques involve gradual and gentle confrontation with the existing phobia in a calm state of mind.
After the first session my clients feel refreshed, energized and ready to deal with their fears and phobias efficiently. In most cases, three sessions will be enough for my clients.
Who Should Try Fears and Phobias Hypnosis?
People who want to get hold of their fears and phobias and eliminate the problem from their lives should go for fears and phobias hypnosis. Hypnosis is a natural and safe therapy that has no side-effects; therefore, giving it a try won’t harm anyone. However, if you are unsure about the therapy then you can consult with me over the phone at (514) 500-0345 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.