Phobia Counselling in North Wales

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Living with a phobia means people are often in constant anguish about whether they may come into contact with what they are afraid of. However, continually trying to avoid a particular fear is likely to make it seem worse than it really is, and many people will start dreading confronting normal, everyday situations. Treatment for phobias can help to break this negative spiral and can help to get feelings of anxiety under control. Counselling is often very effective at treating phobias.

Common phobia signs and symptoms

Everyone has fears. Whether it is a fear of spiders or a fear of the dark, there are varying situations, places, feelings, objects or animals that can trigger an unpleasant sensation - an urge to prepare for or completely avoid the perceived danger. 

A fear is a completely natural human emotion, but in some people fears are more pronounced and will manifest as a phobia. A phobia is an overwhelming and debilitating fear that develops when someone has an exaggerated sense of danger about a certain object or situation. They can be incredibly stressful to live with, and in severe cases can take a toll on a person's health, well-being and overall way of life. 

Types of phobia

There are a wide variety of objects or situations that someone could develop a phobia about.

  • Paranoia

  • Delusions

  • Projections

  • Panic Attacks

  • Agoraphobia

  • Claustrophobia

  • Fibromyalgia

What is your FEAR? Lets deal with it. Lets talk it through, get to the root of the problem and deal with it. FEAR has torment, truth will set you free.

  • FEAR of Abandonment

  • FEAR of Rejection

  • FEAR of Flying (Airplanes)

  • FEAR of Dying (of Cancer)

  • FEAR of Doctors

  • FEAR of Dentists

  • FEAR of Authority Figures

  • FEAR of Poverty, Failure, Water/Sea, Animals/Birds, Getting Old, Elevators, not being good enough, Dementia

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