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Fears/phobias

Many people suffer with fears and phobias. They are generally formed when the brain misinterprets an event as being dangerous or life threatening, even though most of the time it is not. We then do everything we can to avoid that thing in the future, for example, being in a confined space, meeting strangers, going to busy spaces, spiders and heights.


These fears or phobias can become debilitating and often feel like they are out of control. However, they are not - using specific neuroscience based techniques, I can help you permanently rid yourself of your phobia or fear.

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