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Hypnotherapy Sessions for Fears and Phobias

Hypnotherapy for fears and phobias

Have you had enough of your fear or phobia?

Did you know that it is estimated that around 10 million people in the UK have a phobia?

‘A phobia is an overwhelming and debilitating fear of an object, place, situation, feeling or animal.

Phobias are more pronounced than fears. They develop when a person has an exaggerated or unrealistic sense of danger about a situation or object.’  

Source: www.nhs.uk


Common fears and phobias

animal phobias – such as dogs, spiders, snakes or rodents

environmental phobias – such as heights, deep water and germs

situational phobias – such as visiting the dentist or flying

bodily phobias – such as blood, vomit or having injections

sexual phobias – such as performance anxiety or the fear of getting a sexually transmitted infection

Treatment Plan

The initial consultation

The first stage of the therapeutic process is your initial consultation during which I will gather some useful background information and then explain a little bit about how the brain works and how hypnotherapy can help you to overcome your fear or phobia. 

Session Two

Your first full session will be a generic hypnotherapy session to help you to access the part of the brain that we want to be in control when we pop you on the couch for this and subsequent sessions.  See: (reference generic hypno page here).

Session Three

This session is called the ‘rewind’ and is all about taking the emotion out of the original or important event(s) that has given rise to your fear or phobia.

Session Four

The final session is where you will use your mind to ‘reframe’ your original fear, building a positive picture of how you want future situations/encounters/behaviours to be.


Treatment package for fears and phobias:

  • Initial consultation – £50
  • 3 individually tailored sessions – £50 per session

Contact me here to book your initial consultation or to find out more about how I can help.

Useful sources



Source: www.nhs.uk