Phobias and Fears
Clients often say that nothing has happened to cause their phobia and that it is simply something they've either always been afraid of or that just came on for no reason. If one person is afraid of enclosed spaces and another isn't, then clearly there is a difference between the two. The first person has either been exposed to some trigger event which has been repressed in the subconscious mind, or has learned to be afraid from a parent or other authority figure earlier on in life. People don't become afraid for no reason.
The originating event may not have been particularly traumatic at the time but is likely to have caused by emotional conflict or been anchored by a negative response. Phobias can occur spontaneously following the death of someone close or during periods of extreme stress.
- Enclosed or open spaces
Hypnotherapy has a proven track record in addressing phobias and fears. The subconscious mind governs our response to deep-seated fears, and despite concious efforts to overcome the problem, the body takes over; in many cases the phobia can be chronically debilitating.
Hypnosis works by addressing the subconscious mind, allowing the trained therapist to deal with the root cause of the phobia, with remarkable levels of success.
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