Tight Places

13th July 2015

Toilet Anxiety

Most Hull and Beverley people don’t admit to feeling anxious but those who suffer from a toilet phobia are unlikely ever to admit this. They fear humiliation, being laughed at or not being understood. There are a number of fears relating to toilets such as a fear of urinating in public toilets or in the company of others (paruresis). The most common problem occurs when men cannot urinate in the company of others; women too can find it difficult if there are people in the toilet or nearby […]
21st June 2014

Claustrophobia

Claustrophobia Help with Hypnotherapy Many people seek hypnotherapy to help them overcome irrational fears and phobias. These fears can be debilitating and impact the quality of life. Hypnotherapy is an excellent way to release unnecessary fears. Claustrophobia is a fear of being in an enclosed space, a fear of not being able to escape when wanting or needing to. It is common for this to end in a panic attack or in acute anxiety. The sufferer may experience it as feeling trapped and unable to breathe. Sometimes people […]
14th March 2014

Fears/Phobias, Lack of confidence or Depression and physical pain

Here we have a list of problems that we fixed for clients by identifying the root cause of a problem they had. Fears/Phobias Many clients I see are afraid of flying. Jonathan came to me with the same problem. He had tried to fly and left the plain twice when there was still a chance to get out. In his case the fear wasn’t so much of flying but being in a small space.  It turned out that when about 11 years old a friend as a joke […]