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Fears and Phobias

Many people seek Hypnotherapy to help them with irrational fears and phobias which can be severely debilitating . This is because Hypnotherapy has an excellent and proven record at successfully treating phobias.





  • Fear of blushing

  • Fear of sweating

  • Fear of trembling

  • Fear of stuttering

  • Fear of confrontation

  • Fear of business meetings

  • Fear of social situations / small talk

  • Fear of criticism

  • Fear of rejection

  • Fear of public speaking

Phobias usually are a result of a single experience that would have taken miliseconds to be recorded by the subconscious and the behaviour learnt only to be repeated time and time again when faced with the trigger. The good news is that  the fear can be eliminated as the subconscious mind updated through hypnotherapy.. This would normally take just one session.


A phobia is an irrational fear, a kind of anxiety disorder in which the sufferer has a relentless dread of a situation, living creature, place or things.Individuals with a phobia go to great lengths to avoid a perceived danger which is much greater in their minds than in real life.


For more information or to book a consultation, please call me on 07795482892 or email

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There are three main types of phobia:

The list below shows conditions that can be treated effectively using hypnotherapy:

Fears related to acute anxiety or panic attacks

Fears of Objects, Situations or Activities

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  • Fear of flying

  • Fear of dogs

  • Fear of spiders

  • Fear of surgery

  • Fear of general anaesthetic

  • Claustrophobia - fear of confined spaces (e.g. elevators)

  • fear of the dentist

  • Fear of driving (usually after a traffic incident)

  • Fear of the tube/underground

  • Fear of exams

  • Fear of being alone

  • Fear of the dentist / dental surgery

  • Fear of heights

  • Fear of bridges

  • Fear of driving test

  • Fear of injections

  • Fear of the dark

  • Fear of a heart attack or physical illness through anxiety

  • Fear of choking or suffocating

  • Fear of vomiting

  • Fear of death (due to intense anxiety)

  • Fear of losing control

  • Fear of fainting or collapsing

  • Agoraphobia - fear of not being able to escape to a safe place or person


Specific phobias (e.g. fear of spiders, fear of flying)

Social Phobias (e.g. fear of social incompetence or embarrassment)

Agoraphobia – the fear of a difficult or embarrassing situation from which you cannot escape (usually related to panic attacks or very acute anxiety).