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We have had phobias AND know how to clear them fast !

Is your fear of flying making life difficult and frustrating?
Imagine life with It gone.

The Fast Treatment for Fear of flying phobias & Alternatives

If you are suffering from a phobia of flying, you can rapidly improve your quality of life and get to experience again a feeling of freedom from it quickly. As I have. My wife has. One of my children, and many clients!

Although phobias can be seen as an immovable emotional disorder and effecting the body over many years. With current advances in neuroscience we specialise in treating phobias, and will help you regain your poise, feel calm, at ease, and well. Rapidly!

Many get clear of the phobia in hours. Sometimes as few as two hours.

Some need the change to happen little by little. This method can be four to six sessions of one hour per week.

These treatments can be in person if in the Costa del Sol area. Or equally effective by Zoom video call.

For those with multiple phobias or other connected issues. A personal tailored treatment can be arranged. Using some or all of these methods:

  • Clinical Hypnotherapy
  • Life Coaching
  • 2 day Breakthrough Coaching
  • NLP (Neuro linguistic Programming)
  • TIME LINE THERAPY®
  • Therapeutic audio recordings

We can help to erase most phobias quickly and easily.

TESTIMONIALS

FEAR OF FLYING
Gina in Gibraltar had a fear of flying most of her life and it was “horrific” going anywhere by plane. “This can be a pain living in Gibraltar if you want to go to the UK! As you may know its a drive and a ferry or channel tunnel. Or train.” She decided enough is enough of being terrified of flying! If our help could get her there and back flying in comfort, it would make life infinitely easier.

Update: 

We have been long haul to the USA! A Surprise for my husband after being trapped in Europe for holidays.

Amazing
Thanks again
Gina

Business Owner, Gibraltar

FEAR OF FLYING and CLAUSTROPHOBIA
A massive fear of flying from being trapped in a bank safe many years ago. Marcy contacted us so she could enjoy her retirement and travel abroad by plane. One session over a video call was all it took to change her fear in to freedom!

Email from Client

Now free of claustrophobia, I’m enjoying my first holiday abroad for over 30 years, thanks to Stuart’s remarkable techniques.

I sat quietly and concentrated on the technique he had taught me only 24 hours before. The fear that I had borne for so long had disappeared. So anyone who has a fear of anything, get in touch with Stuart. I thank him for the amazing ability he has to help. And yes, I will be flying again.

Facebook – Marcy Kingsley

PS (Marcy has flown numerous times since)

Marcy Kingsley

Retired, Bristol UK

FEAR OF BIRDS
This phobia of birds actually came second hand from her mother! From birth she was constantly reacting to her mothers rampant phobia of birds. As we all know we learn alot from our parents habits!

Email from Client

Thank you for I´m not sure what, except I stand and look at birds now and watch how beautiful they are!

I´m not sure how you wiped out this life long fear but you did test me out on marbella sea front after we knew it had gone.

Outside there were big seagulls overhead and I was just stood with my mouth open at how amazing they were!

If you have a phobia see Stuart, its a smart move

Joanne

Business Owner, Marbella

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Phobias & Anxiety - The same?

Phobias and anxiety is usually different, but people with phobias often experience symptoms similar to those of an anxiety disorder, such as nervousness, irritability, and problems sleeping and concentrating. But related directly to an upcoming event or place with the thing that routinly triggers the phobia.

    Phobia - Definition

    A Phobia is – An exaggerated irrational illogical fear of a particular object, class of objects, living creature, or situation.

    When a person has a phobia, they will often shape their lives to avoid what they consider to be dangerous according to their specific fear.

    The categories are:

    1. Specific phobias:

    Fear of particular objects or social situations that immediately results in anxiety and can sometimes lead to panic attacks. Specific phobia may be further subdivided into four categories: animal type, natural environment type, situational type, blood-injection-injury type.

    2. Agoraphobia:

    A generalized fear of leaving home or a small familiar ‘safe’ area, and of possible panic attacks that might follow. It may also be caused by various specific phobias such as fear of open spaces, social embarrassment (social agoraphobia), fear of contamination (fear of germs, possibly complicated by obsessive-compulsive disorder) or PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) related to a trauma that occurred out of doors.

    3. Social phobia:

    Also known as social anxiety disorder, is when the situation is feared as the person is worried about others judging them. 

    Phobias are experienced as:

    Phobias vary in severity among individuals. Some individuals can simply avoid the subject of their fear and suffer relatively mild anxiety over that fear. Others suffer full-fledged panic attacks with all the associated disabling symptoms. Most individuals understand that they are suffering from an irrational fear, but are powerless to override their panic reaction. These individuals often report dizziness, loss of bladder or bowel control, tachypnea, feelings of pain, and shortness of breath.

    • Fear arriving consistently on cue, even though physically safe
    • Specific items or places cause intense fear and anxiety, sometimes even a panic attack
    • Irrational and unreasonable fear
    • Unfounded and excessive fear
    • Powerlessness to control the intense fear
    • A strong desire to avoid the situation at all cost

    Children usually from birth have a strong fear of loud sharp noises and heights and these fade as they mature. When these feelings are triggered consistently, and have high intensity, this be a sign of a phobia.

    If these feelings interfere with daily activities like work, school. or socialising, it is best to get professional help.

    Phobias affect the way a person thinks, feels, behaves, and functions. This can be improved, quickly with various forms of help.

    We find the most effective is NLP, and / or Hypnotherapy and Time Line Therapy®

      PHOBIA Causes

      Phobias usually start in early childhood, through to early teens and can be the remains of childhood natural fears. Or have been caused by specific events with high levels of fear.

      They can be caused by a stressful experience, a frightening event, or a parent or household member with a phobia that a child can ‘learn.’

      Such as: 

      • A physical illness or injury – Injections / surgery / accidents
      • Confusion mixed with fear in a specific situation
      • Fear caused by illicit substance / drugs
      • Feeling trapped, unbalanced, unable to escape.

      PHOBIA Examples

      Common Phobias

      • Claustrophobia: Fear of being in constricted, confined spaces
      • Aerophobia: Fear of flying
      • Arachnophobia: Fear of spiders
      • Driving phobia: Fear of driving a car
      • Emetophobia: Fear of vomiting
      • Erythrophobia: Fear of blushing
      • Hypochondria: Fear of becoming ill
      • Zoophobia: Fear of animals
      • Aquaphobia: Fear of water
      • Acrophobia: Fear of heights
      • Blood, injury, and injection phobia
      • Escalaphobia: Fear of escalators
      • Tunnel phobia: Fear of tunnels

      Phobia Symptoms

      Feeling extreme fear or worry which can include panic attacks, in connection and response to a “specific” item, person, place or context.

      • Breathlessness, tightness in the chest
      • Sweaty palms
      • Fast or irregular heart beat
      • Dizzy spell or vertigo
      • Desire to escape or run away
      • Anxiety leading to Sleeping problems, insomnia, nightmares
        leading up to the situation eg Flight booked or appointment where the phobia will be present.
      • Obsessive thoughts leading up to the place or event that will trigger a phobia
      • Fear or panic for what is about to happen

      These symptoms cause people to want to escape into relief that causes more issues:

      • Self medication with alcohol & Drug / Substance abuse
      • Take doctors medication leading to drowsiness and needing recovery time. Such as travelling abroad
      • Erratic behaviour leading to real danger. Panicking may cause a real accident.

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