Ready, Steady, Let Go Social Anxiety
Social anxiety is much like any debilitating illness. It worsens over a long period of time if left untreated. There is no known medication for a permanent solution for this anxiety disorder – only preventive treatment involving continuous medication. Hypnotherapy can offer hope to set the individual completely free from such anxiety.
Phobia develops as early as childhood and progresses until the adolescence or adulthood stage. The hypnotherapist does not merely tell the client that he or she must have nothing to fear in case he or she encounters the trigger or the stimuli of fear. The professional does a step-by-step procedure to know the pathology or the factors behind the causation of the phobia. The causative factors may be related to past events that brought trauma to the individual.
It must be remembered that it is the responsibility of the client to show any medical assessment results to the hypnotherapist, and that the hypnotherapist must check the medical results of the client to know the possible threats to the psyche or body of the client during the therapy. Hypnotherapy for social anxiety is safe for the client and can eliminate the phobia altogether, if not; then massively reduce the negative feeling.
The hypnotherapist must conduct the session and assess the signs of social phobia. During the course of the therapy, the client is told not to sleep.
Hypnotherapy will help the client remember the past and it is during the client’s hypnotic state which the hypnotherapist can suggest choices. The client’s decisions during the regression can change his or her mindset. Hypnotherapy is necessary if counseling has been ineffective in treating someone with social phobia. If the person commits to the session, he or she will likely achieve freedom from social phobia. He or she may then be free from anxiety caused by interacting with people or doing certain things in public.
For further information, visit Cumberland Hypnotherapy at 104 Harley Street for a free consultation. In some cases, hypnotherapy is supplemental to the medications the person is taking. The aim of this hypnotherapy is to abate the fear of the individual towards the public. The familial disposition is the causative factor, which is one of the hardest to deal with.
With over 6000 (six thousand) practitioners in the UK alone with the majority of these practitioners using hypnotherapy for anxiety to help individuals, it’s very clear that hypnotherapy is leading the way in helping people enjoy the one thing we all care about more than anything else…relationships with others.