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Phobia Cure Process

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The Phobia Cure is a remarkably powerful and effective process which is designed to quickly eradicate a phobia.

It is simply a talking process which incorporates N.L.P. (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) techniques to re-program a person’s response to a given trigger. What happens throughout, essentially scrambles and re-frames the memory in the brain so the usual triggers no longer cause a phobic response.

In my experience just one process is often enough to achieve this. The wording used is designed to disassociate the person from the thing that normally triggers a phobic response so that there is no need to experience any trauma throughout the process.

What is a phobia?

A phobia is an excessive and irrational fear reaction to a specific place, situation or object. If you have a phobia, you will feel a deep sense of panic or dread when you are faced with the source of your fear. The effect of a phobia might just be annoying or in some case severely disabling. People with phobias usually understand that their fear is irrational, but as it is an unconscious process they can’t stop the reaction happening.

What causes a phobia?

Both environmental and genetic factors can create phobias. Children with a close relative with some sort of anxiety disorder are more likely to develop a phobia. Often a child will pick up the fear or phobia of a parent because they will copy and model their behaviour. Distressing events such as nearly drowning, exposure to extreme heights, confined spaces and being bitten by a dog or insect can all be sources of phobias.

There seems to be no limit to the types of phobias that can be addressed using this technique and the following are just a few typical examples of things that can be successfully treated.

  • Fear of spiders
  • Fear of confined spaces
  • Fear of the dark
  • Fear of exams
  • Fear of flying

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