Hypnotherapy can help you
- Most people don’t love rats
- And you don’t have to either
- But you can get over fear
- And feel neutral about rats
- We can cure rat phobia.
- Hypnotherapy and NLP works.
Whilst some people love rats and keep them as pets (they can be very affectionate, we are told!), for many they are objects of horror and terror. There is a widely held myth that there as many rats as there are people in cities but this depends upon the climate. For example the rat population of New York is only estimated to be about 250,000 because of the cold winters. It is true, though, that a UK survey in 2003 estimated that the population of these rodents in the UK is about 60 million, about the same number as there are people.
They have had a lot of bad press through the years, blamed for carrying disease, and featured in horror stories and films. Someone with a fear or phobia or these creatures may well have ‘learned’ their terror response from a movie; they may have learned to be scared of rats because one their parents were terrified; they may have simply suddenly been surprised by the unexpected appearance of a rat.
The truth of the matter is that it does not matter where, when and how the person became phobic as the cause of the fear is irrelevant to the cure.
How Are You Going To Cure My Fear Of Rats?
Well the one thing you can be sure of is that the NLP and hypnotherapy techniques we employ are direct and to the point (such as the NLP Fast Phobia Cure), and all tend to involve hypnotic and neuro-linguistic approaches to simply recondition the response. Many people are worried that the therapy involves them having to confront a rat, or watch DVD’s of rats and we can assure you that this is not the case at our clinics.
Techniques That Simply Work For You
Because everyone is an individual we have a large range of techniques and will apply those which are most easily integrated by your neurology – the easy way for you. We estimate that the cure of the fear, or phobia of rats will typically take one session, occasionally two.