Get Help with Fears or Phobias
Logically, we know that public speaking won't produce a life-or-death outcome. Intellectually, we know that the walls of an elevator cannot close in on us, a plane isn't
likely to fall from the sky, and a tiny bug or spider probably won't do any real damage. But a phobia is not always logical.
People who experience extreme fears or phobias feel uncomfortable and anxious when they are in the presence of particular situations or objects -
out of control. Although they know on a conscious level that
might be irrational or illogical, they are unable to control it.
Reactions can be as mild as slight anxiety or a compulsion to avoid a situation, to as extreme as heart racing, sweating, fainting or feeling ill. The subconscious mind triggers this response.
Sometimes, after experiencing numerous bad reactions to that fear,
person starts having anxiety about getting that reaction. If
this can spiral into anxiety or panic attacks.
Fears respond well to hypnosis. Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP),
combined with hypnosis, can be used to diffuse the negative reactions
caused by the fear. By "reframing" these reactions, the mind can be reprogrammed to feel calmness instead of anxiety.
Depending on how the fear originally developed, a variety of
can be used to treat the symptoms. Usually there is significant improvement after three or four sessions.
- Louis Cohen, Formerly of Oceanside, NY
"Having spent most of my adult life avoiding trips due to my flying phobia, I realized I had to do something when my son got married and moved to England. If I wanted to see my grandchildren, I had to get over my fears. Terry Biener is an expert in that department, and understands, since she's gone through it herself. She was so successful with me, I've started traveling on a regular basis. My life has really changed for the better!"
- E. K., Plainview, NY
Conquer your Fear or Phobia of:
- Public Speaking
- Dental work
- Doctors (White Coat Syndrome)
- Enclosed Spaces
- Open Spaces
- Sports Performance Anxiety
- The Dark
- Being Judged
- Taking Tests
- Social Interaction
- Injections or Medical Tests
- The sight of Blood
- Specific Animals (i.e. spiders, snakes, dogs)
- Fear of Getting Sick
- Fear of having a Panic Attack
- Being Alone