Hypnotherapy can help you
- Imagine freedom from dog phobia
- All the places you can visit
- Homes of friends who have dogs
- The parks, the beaches,
- Or just walking in the street.
- Hypnosis and NLP will help dog phobia.
Another common fear is that of dogs and puppies. The reasons people acquire this kind of fear tend to be fairly obvious. Perhaps they were or bitten by one when younger, perhaps they saw someone else being attacked by a dog, perhaps they simply got terrified when a dog barked suddenly. Very often the person has no recollection of the first time they were scared. Luckily, whether you remember the initial incident or not is completely irrelevant to helping the problem.
Hypnotherapy And NLP To Help With Dog Phobia.
However the fear of dogs became established in your brain in the first place, it has become a habit, a sort of mental knee-jerk response, a conditioned response to the sight or the sound of dogs. Because this pattern is a straightforward conditioned response it tends to respond very well to the direct re-patterning techniques that we employ. Techniques such as the NLP Fast Phobia Process (when done properly and powerfully) tend to eliminate this fear in a single session, though occasionally two sessions are needed.
Techniques That Simply Work For You
The fields of hypnotherapy and Neuro-Linguistic Programming provide a host of other ways of helping this particular phobia (all phobias, in fact), however, some are sometimes even faster than the classic technique, so we will work with you to find the best and most appropriate sort of approach for the way that you think and feel.
Typical Problems For Someone Phobic Of Dogs
- The sight of any dog (some people are fine when they see them on a lead, and terrified when they are roaming free, some are terrified of all dogs and puppies, large or small, in any situation).
- Going outside, especially to a public place such as a park (this can be really horrible for a parent who would love to take their children to a park, and can’t because they are so scared).
- Fear that a dog will jump up at them.
- Being terrified of being bitten (or their child will be bitten).
- The worry that because they are phobic their child may also get the same problem.
- A TV program or film featuring canines.
Getting The Balance
There are many dogs that are well worth being cautious of, such as guard dogs or wild dogs. There are also many dogs that are wonderful, loving and obedient pets. You don’t have to actually like the animals if you don’t want to. The treatment will allow you to be more balanced in the way you think and feel about the animals.
We are looking for a phobia specialist to help our daughter (age 10) overcome her fear of dogs. We have tried many things ourselves and she has also had two sessions of hypnotherapy (2 years ago). Nothing is having a lasting effect and as she is getting older it seems to be becoming more pronounced.
Please can you tell me:
1. where you are,
2. What your fees are,
3. The approach you would take
I look forward to hearing from you.
We have a number of offices worldwide, scroll down a little and you will see links that lead to information about each of us. The fees will vary depending upon which country you are in. Although we use the same principles, each of us has our own way of working so please contact someone close to you for information about the approach taken with the fear of dogs. Steve Tromans.