The Phobia Clinic
      A Confidential and Private Practice in Central London
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Fears and Phobias
........Public Speaking........
........Fear of Flying........
........Social Situations........
........Disease and Death........
........Stage Fright........
........Vomiting........
........Spiders........
........Enclosed Spaces........
........Needles........
........Blood........
........Heights........
........Dentists........
........Blushing........
........Snakes........
........Driving........
........Open Spaces........
........Loss of Career........
........Fear of Fear........
Other Problem Areas
Anxiety and Stress
Addictions
Confidence and Self-Esteem
Depression
Dependancies
Eating Disorders
Negative Thoughts
Nervousness
Obsessions and Compulsions
Public Image
Performance Anxiety
Panic and Anxiety Attacks
Social Anxieties
Sexual Concerns
Sexual Fetish Problems
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An overwhelming fear or phobia of disease or death can be extremely upsetting, and interfere with your normal life, publicly and privately.

The two fears are closely related, although not all sufferers have both together. However, they are equally disruptive in their effect on your freedom to enjoy your lifestyle as you wish, which is seldom deserved or appropriate.

Most of us can remember being cautioned by a parent or other adult about things to avoid touching certain things: "don't touch that, it's dirty" or "leave it alone, it might make you ill..." or "stay away from sick people" or "wash your hands first" and this is not only normal, but an essential part of our safe development.


The trouble starts when this 'learned caution' gets unintentionally connected with a strongly protective part of our unconscious minds. How does this happen? Well, under times of trauma, stress, illness, panic or confusion, a mistake is made in our automatic responses, and a strong fear or phobia is born.

Although this may be a 'simple' phobia at first (just about one particular thing or situation), if untreated it can often 'generalise' or spread to many similar (but different) things and situations. Again, it can extend to cover our own mortality and the morbidity (health and well-being) of those about whom we care.

This fear can often lead to complex coping routines, ritual behaviours, obsessive compulsive behaviours, a limited and reclusive lifestyle, anxiety, depression and unhappiness. Although sufferers need to find ways to exert more and more control over their environment and thoughts, they feel less and less in control as time goes by. Often a home visit is required for extreme cases, as leaving home can be quite difficult.
"There is absolutely no need for anyone
to suffer a phobia nowadays......"

Stephen Wichett SNLP, Senior Consultant and Founder of The Phobia Clinic