Sarah Jons Cognitive Hypnotherapist I Transformational Breath Trainer



Did you know that Phobias are very common?

It’s estimated that around 15% of the adult population experience a phobic response each year. Phobias are the most common mental illness among women across all age groups and the second most common illness among men older than 25.

Symptoms of phobias include breathlessness, nausea, obsessive thoughts with the feared source, and a heighten fear of death.

These symptoms can escalate into full blown panic attacks. The problem with phobias is that individuals can isolate themselves, or struggle to maintain their relationships, or even refuse to leave their homes. Sadly, many people choose to live with phobias and don’t seek help.

Hypnotherapy for Fears & Phobia

Phobic responses do not serve a purpose in modern life; they might have done in prehistoric times. They can impact negatively on our lives in multiple ways. From taking a holiday abroad to falling pregnant, from getting a routine vaccination to feeling safe in our home. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Some fears are ingrained; we learn other fears from childhood and bring them into adulthood where they grow and amplify.

What caused you to become phobic? By locating the sensitising event ( which may be consciously unconscious) and associated memories we can, unravel the past, and lay down new foundations for a different future.

It’s a simple solution, and my approach can take less than three sessions. Through gently leaning into fear in the protection of a therapy setting, you can take control and quieten down your responses. So if you want to travel to those far flung destinations on a plane, speak in public with ease, deal with a needle injection, or any one of the other phobias, then get in touch via my contact form today.