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Phobia Hypnotherapy Treatment
Hypnosis for Phobias
Phobias seem urgent and very real, but they are actually irrational aversions deeply ingrained in the unconscious mind, beneath the logical, conscious mind. No matter how much you know that there is nothing to rationally be afraid of, the unconscious mind hijacks your response and triggers a fight-or-flight adrenaline response. With hypnotherapy, we can drill down into the unhelpful negative mindset that expects to feel the fear, these are ingrained deep into the unconscious, re-setting them to no longer be afraid.
There is virtually no limit to the fears and phobias our clients experience.
We’ve been treating those with phobias for 15 years and our success rate is 95% (out of 157 clients treated between March 2019 - March 2020).
Click here to see an example of Aaron treating a client with a phobia of escalators.
As Seen on Channel 5 in 2020 - Watch Aaron transform the life of a client with a severe phobia of lifts, see media page here
We Treat All Phobias.
Former clients report:
- Freedom from Fear
- No Fear Mindset
- Calmer and Happier
- Phobias Eliminated
*To purchase the Aaron Surtees Audio Download programme rather than book one to one, face to face treatment - Click Here
- Hypnosis is entirely natural, safe & relaxing
- You remain conscious & in complete control
- All client data is kept strictly confidential
- Skype & Facetime sessions also available
- All major cards are accepted
To see Aaron Surtees - the UK's most recommended Hypnotherapist and to see leading Hypnotherapist Jana Sheena
- £295 per session or £275 for block bookings (3 or more)
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" During and after each session I had a complete sense of calm. It was like waking up from a really good nights sleep. I recently took my practical test and actually enjoyed the process. I was calm and in control the whole time but more importantly, I passed (and passed well). "Phobias