Wednesday, June 22, 2005

Hypnotherapy for Phobias

Hypnotherapy for phobias can often give relatively rapid improvement of the quality of life for the phobia sufferer. Phobias, the abnormal fear of a particular object or situation are often brought about by learning from family members, extreme stress or specific stressful events.
The Hypnotherapy treatment for phobias involves the deep relaxation of the patient followed by visualisation of the stressing event while relaxed and calm, such that the habitual response to the stressing event is broken and replaced with a calm more rational behaviour.
Hypnosis can use direct suggestion, cognitive or behavioural therapy as well as (but not
always) regression. Whatever your particular anxiety, fear or phobia we will explain exactly how hypnotherapy can help you overcome your problem.
A three session course with self hypnosis often is enough to dramatically improve your quality of life.

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