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The fear of public speaking (that is, addressing any group or audience) is now the most widespread fear in the Western world. It tops many compiled lists of phobias year after year, and is more feared than death itself, which usually ranks around sixth.

Quite literally, this means that most people would rather be dead than stand up and speak in public....

The origins of this fear are easy to spot - sibling ridicule, parental pressure, peers group issues, and most strongly, teachers who intimidated inattentive students by public focus of attention. No doubt they just sought compliance, but the resulting fear and anxiety can last well into adulthood.

Experiencing or dwelling on this fear can cause extreme anxiety. If this is coupled with stress, trauma or illness at the same time, then it is almost certain that a phobia will be born. The classic flight, fight or freeze responses take over each time the topic or situation comes up.

The public speaking phobic will go to any lengths to avoid the unpleasant responses, which include panic, sweating, muscular tension, amnesia and forgetfulness, fainting, loss of bladder control, vomiting, diarrhoea, stumbling over words and a strong desire to escape.


Using some of the latest psychological interventions, we can quickly turn your experience of public speaking into a relaxed and enjoyable event. You will be able to speak effortlessly, with complete ease and confidence, and may even gain considerable applause!

For those people who need to regularly speak with groups we have an advanced approach which includes audience motivation and state direction. The secrets of charismatic business leaders and inspiring speakers can be learned quite easily when your thoughts and beliefs are skilfully trained and properly attuned.
"There is absolutely no need for anyone
to suffer a phobia nowadays......"

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