- Would you like to overcome a fear, a phobia or panic attacks?
- Are you experiencing exaggerated worries and find yourself fearing the worst with almost every situation?
- Are your feelings of anxiety accompanied by headaches, stomach cramps, heart palpitations or sweating?
- Maybe, you’re experiencing panic attacks and have feelings of dread when it comes to everyday situations such as travelling in a car, on a train or flying?
- Perhaps you have a fear of being sick or stuck in an enclosed space?
- Being overwhelmed with anxiety and fear can affect almost every aspect of your daily life, can’t it?
If you are struggling right now, then you are likely to be experiencing symptoms which are stopping you from joining in with every day things which others just take for granted.
As a Mindset Coach, qualified Hypnotherapist and NLP Practitioner, I have successfully worked with 100’s of men and women who want to overcome a fear, a phobia or stop experiencing panic attacks.
So, let me ask you this…
How would you like to stop feeling out of control?
What would it feel like to stop over-obsessing about your health, work, money or a specific situation – even when there are no signs of trouble?
What would it be like to just relax and enjoy peace of mind?
Let me explain where our anxieties and fears come from…
Anxieties and fears are acquired from our childhood. It’s when our subconscious mind (the seat of our behaviours, emotions and physiological responses) has held onto an experience which may have frightened or alarmed us at some point in our past.
How I work with people, so I can really help them is to:
- Establish where the problem has started from – there may be one or more linked occasions from the past.
- We use gentle techniques like Hypnotherapy, to heal the subconscious mind and the emotional damage.
- We reframe the negative associations the subconscious has linked to the past events or situations, so it starts to feel safe, secure and back in control.
Here’s Dom’s story which beautifully shows the power of the subconscious mind and how it can affect us years and years later.
Dom’s Story ….
Dom began working with me because all of a sudden he started to experience extreme panic attacks whilst travelling on the tube.
Dom would break out in a sweat, be unable to catch his breath, his legs would become uncontrollably restless and he would feel out of control with panic. He described how he would feel stifled with no way of escaping once the doors were closed.
At this time, Dom had just started a new role as a Director and travelling to work via tube was absolutely necessary.
In our first session, Dom described how his relationship with his wife demanded a lot of effort and energy as she was sadly suffering with MS; which also came with long periods of depression.
Dom realised he was feeling trapped in this relationship because his role within it had dramatically changed. He was now overwhelmed with being the main carer for his wife, as well as holding down a demanding job role and being the primary income provider for his family.
It became apparent the experiences he was having on the tube was his subconscious mind’s way of expressing himself.
In normal emotional situations, Dom had learnt to button up and shut down emotionally – it was a learned behavioural experience from his childhood.
Dom remembered a lot of arguments and anger between his parents from when he was young. Dom would hide away feeling very sad and confused about what was going on.
In short, the panic attacks on the tube were due to his subconscious mind no longer being able to remain quiet. When we experience stress and any unresolved emotional symptoms our subconscious mind can often kick out or boil over – exactly what happened with Dom.
What we were able to do was reframe his situation to let his subconscious mind feel safe, in control and able to deal with emotions. As a result, Dom was able to communicate with his wife as to why and how he felt trapped in the situation. Together they began to come up with some strategies to help relieve the situation.
Here’s how I work with those who want to overcome a fear, a phobia or panic attacks …
Step 1: I invite you to book a Complimentary Discovery Call with me so I can establish what your particular fear or phobia is or, if you are experiencing panic attacks, what is likely to be causing them.
On this call (which will last between 30-45mins) I will be able to give you some practical tips and advice to help you feel more in control.
Step 2: At the end of the call I will explain how I can help you in a bigger way and will suggest the number of sessions I believe will allow you to overcome your fear, your phobia or your panic attacks – should you wish to receive further support from me. The number of sessions recommended is based on your specific situation.
Step 3: We identify the best way for you to access your sessions. The way in which I work and help people can either be done face to face or online via Skype. I don’t want time and travel to be a barrier for you getting the help and support you need.
To Claim Your Complimentary Discovery Call Click Here – you will then be able to select the day & time which works best for you.