Phobia Therapy

Regain control over your life and address the underlying fears associated with phobias.

Are irrational fears impacting your everyday routine?

Perhaps you avoid taking your children to the park due to a fear of encountering dogs. Or the thought of spiders keeps you from accessing your shed. Maybe the fear of needles prevents you from getting necessary medical tests?

It could also involve situations causing distress. Do exams make you nervous? Does the idea of public speaking at work terrify you? Are you anxious about an upcoming surgery?

By utilising RTT techniques, I can assist in resolving these fears permanently, allowing you to move forward without stress or worry.

Are you struggling with a Phobia?

If you are suffering with a specific phobia you may actively seek to avoid the feared object or situation often to the detriment of your everyday life.

A phobia is an intense and irrational fear directed towards a specific object, event, or animal, often provoking adverse psychological and physical reactions. The physical responses associated with phobias, such as a pounding heart, trembling, and excessive sweating, can mimic the symptoms of a panic attack.

The experience of a phobia is not confined to the physical realm; it is often accompanied by distressing thoughts and vivid mental images, compounding the overall fear. You may adopt avoidance strategies or resort to “safety behaviours” to cope, such as avoiding certain places or relying on substances like alcohol.

Despite these coping mechanisms, the avoidance and safety behaviours can limit your life experiences and may inadvertently reinforce the phobia over time. Breaking this cycle is crucial for you to regain control over your life and address the underlying fears associated with phobias.

If your phobia doesn’t significantly affect your daily life, it might not warrant much concern. However, when avoiding the trigger of your phobia starts to disrupt your usual activities or prevents you from engaging in things you typically enjoy, maybe it’s time to seek help.


RTT Hypnotherapy and Phobia Therapy

Rewiring the subconscious mind’s response to the feared stimulus.

How can RTT Hypnotherapy help with Phobias?

Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT), can be a valuable tool in addressing phobias by employing a combination of hypnotherapy, neuro-lingustic programming (NLP), and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. In the context of phobia treatment, RTT works to rewire the subconscious mind’s response to the feared stimulus.

What happens during a session?

During an RTT session, individuals are guided into a relaxed state where the therapist accesses the subconscious mind. By exploring the root cause of the phobia, which may be linked to past experiences or traumas, RTT aims to identify and reframe negative beliefs and thought patterns associated with the fear. This process helps individuals gain a new perspective, replacing irrational fears with healthier and more constructive thoughts.

RTT can also incorporate visualisation and desensitisation techniques, allowing individuals to mentally confront and overcome their phobias in a controlled and safe environment. The therapy aims to create lasting changes in behaviour and perception, promoting a sense of empowerment and reducing the impact of the phobia on daily life.

The effectiveness of RTT in treating phobias lies in its ability to address the root causes at the subconscious level, offering a comprehensive approach to transforming fear responses and promoting lasting change.

Schedule Your Free Discovery Call

Take the first step to phobia relief with a free 20 minute discovery call. This will provide an opportunity for us to connect, understand your unique situation, and determine the most effective approach in supporting your anxiety.


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