Fears & Phobias
We call them phobias because the original fear grew to the point where you fear the fear triggered by a situation more than the situation itself. That's why the thought of it can bring on an anxiety attack.
You are not alone. Some 25 percent of Americans fear flying to a greater or lesser degree. And many others avoid driving across the 4.3-mile long Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Some passengers even feel panicky riding over the tall span.
Whether your phobia is mildly disruptive to your life or strongly curtails your freedom and enjoyment, it is easy to extinguish when your subconscious mind is guiding the search and destroy mission.
I use a special technique—Time Line TherapyTM—to allow your subconscious mind to locate the root cause...the very first event that generated a fearful perception...even if it started generations ago and passed down through your lineage. Then, I guide your subconscious mind to move before that event began...before committing to the fearful perception. Now, the options for perceiving this upcoming event from an older or wiser perspective are wide open. And your subconscious mind gladly swaps the fear generator for the freedom generator.
Clients find it hard to believe that a long-held phobia that has kept them boxed in can disappear so quickly and completely.
So if you've missed taking that plane to visit family and friends or foreign places you've longed to see...if you're afraid to drive the bridge...or if you're afraid to leave your home, grit your teeth and visit my home office so I can help you set yourself free.
How many sessions? One session is usually enough to remove a simple phobia. Agoraphobics and those who need more time to trust their subconscious process may take two or three sessions.