The Phobia Clinic
      A Confidential and Private Practice in Central London
Local Rate Number: 0844 585 6040 Harley Street Office: 0207 175 2480
Fears and Phobias
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........Heights........
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........Driving........
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........Loss of Career........
........Fear of Fear........
Other Problem Areas
Anxiety and Stress
Addictions
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Depression
Dependancies
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Part of your public life may involve finding yourself in a social situation. With some anxiety.

Whether this is on your own behalf, or supporting your partner, or as part of a planned publicity campaign, or as part of your career, you may feel obliged to attend, but would welcome any excuse to avoid this.

Here at The Phobia Clinic we completely understand just how debilitating social anxiety and social phobias can be. Many well-known individuals are happy to give a worthy public performance, but can struggle with 'just being themselves' in normal social settings, such as dinner parties, galas, balls, premieres, open house events, lunches, sporting events, nightclubs, restaurants, signings, launches and private celebrations.


Typically, social anxiety and phobia has three parts:

Anxiety before the event, based on both the imagined trauma, and also recollecting past unpleasant social situations. This anxiety can drain one's energy with increasing speed as the event approaches.

Fear and Phobic responses experienced during the social exposure at certain trigger points - for example, on introduction, sudden focus, projected expectations, challenges and criticisms.

Guilt and self-recrimination after the event (or failure to attend) for your poor performance, whether this was perceived by others or not, and increasing determination to resolve the matter 'next time'.

Most clients were relieved to discover that it is not about mental weakness or lack of willpower, simply a strong imagination working inappropriately at an unconscious level. No determination is required (or indeed helpful at all) to completely remove the ill-effects of social phobias and anxiety - as many will testify, you can be free to enjoy a normal life, in public, whenever this is pleasing to you, or as part of your role in life.
"There is absolutely no need for anyone
to suffer a phobia nowadays......"

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