Do you suffer from Fears or Phobias?

Get lasting results in 2-4 sessions!

Irish Hypnosis has developed powerful methods to help clients with the Fears and Phobias. Using these methods, we can help you in eliminating inappropriate Fears or Phobias.

Research
A recent ‘Clinical Review’ of hypnosis and relaxation therapies published in the BMJ looked at the existing research on hypnosis and concluded: ‘There is good evidence from randomised controlled trials that both hypnosis and relaxation techniques can reduce anxiety […]’, the same report also concluded that hypnosis was proven to be effective in treating panic attacks and phobia. (Vickers & Zollman, ‘Hypnosis and relaxation therapies,’ BMJ 1999;319: 1346-1349)

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So How Can Hypnosis Help?

Hypnosis is recognised as a fantastic tool to help eliminate inappropriate fears and phobias. Generally the fear is gone after the first session and two to three further sessions are used to reinforce the change to prevent relapse.

Hypnosis treatment has advantages which makes it an attractive option for many Fear and Phobia with chronic and severe symptoms:

  • It is one of the most successful treatment approaches for Fears and Phobias.
  • You generally get relief from the Fear or Phobia in the first session.
  • It is a relaxing form of treatment and generally very enjoyable.
  • It is completely without negative side effects.

A phobia is when someone loses complete control when exposed to a particular trigger. The trigger may be spiders, confined spaces, open spaces or literally hundreds of other triggers. It is a subconscious response and the person has none or very little control over their terrified response.

A fear is when someone becomes very scared when exposed to a particular trigger. Again the trigger may be spiders, confined spaces, open spaces or literally hundreds of other triggers. It is a subconscious response and the person has very little control. They can use willpower to temporally suppress or push down the subconscious emotional / feeling response.

General Anxiety is the feeling on being on edge most of the time. They are anxious or worried but don’t necessarily have any reason for this. The person generally has very little control of how they feel.

“After suffering unexplained diarrhoea for nearly 5 years and getting to a stage of not being able to leave my own house, I cannot believe the difference. I had tried so many methods and this was the last resort. I feel so good. I got my confidence back. I feel alive inside. Thank you so much”
Liam K. / Port Laois