Effective HELP FOR SHY BLADDER (TOILET PHOBIA)
Overcome your shy bladder in just six weeks with the Thrive Programme®. Offices in Rickmansworth and Aylesbury, welcoming enquiries from Ruislip, Eastcote, Pinner, Harrow, Uxbridge, Northwood & Watford.
Shy Bladder is a fairly condition which affects men and women of all ages, and where the sufferer finds it difficult or impossible to urinate in public toilets, or even at home when others are around.
It is an anxiety-based condition listed under the category of Social Phobia or Social Anxiety. It is also known by a number of other names including "paruresis" or "bashful bladder syndrome".
About Shy Bladder
Although most sufferers report that they developed the condition in their teenage years, it can appear at age. Paruresis can be mild, moderate or severe. In mild cases, paruresis is an occasional happening - a form of performance anxiety. Severe cases of this disorder can have highly restricting effects on a person's life. Severe sufferers may not be willing to travel far from their home. Others are unable to urinate even in their own home if partners or family members are in the vicinity.
As upsetting and restrictive as Shy Bladder can be, it really is just a form of social anxiety - the fear of social situations and judgement by other people. It is also likely that the sufferer will also have social anxiety in other, more general areas of their life too: the same anxiety causing the toilet phobia can manifest itself in other social situations.
What are the symptoms of shy bladder?
- Being afraid or unable to urinate when others are nearby. It often occurs when using public toilet facilities, including those on trains, buses, boats and planes.
- Worrying that someone might knock on the toilet door, or see or hear them urinating, or be waiting patiently outside.
- Embarrassment about peeing can occur when asked to produce a specimen for a medical examination.
- The condition can also occur at home when there are other people in the house, irrespective of whether or not they are in the bathroom.
- The difficulty disappears if sufferers are certain that no one is around or likely to arrive.
VIDEO REVIEWS FROM PAST clients t
PAUL, CONSULTED FOR SHY BLADDER
Videos taken after sessions 2 and 6
"This programme is unbelievable. I feel absolutely fantastic"
You CAN overcome shy bladder. Here's how...
If you are struggling with toilet phobia, The Thrive Programme® can help you to you feel back in control. Regardless of how severe the shy bladder is, or how long you have had it for, you can resolve it in just 6 weeks.
What is The Thrive Programme?
It is an easy-to-follow yet extremely effective psychological training programme to overcome mental health problems and learn to thrive. You will learn how to significantly improve your thoughts, emotions and beliefs so you can feel back in control and symptom-free.
You will develop robust mental health, high, stable self-esteem and self-confidence and be able to make the most of life whilst knowing you can cope when it gets tough.
How does it work?
Over 6 weekly, one-to-one sessions, I will teach how all you need in order to reach your goals. The sessions can be done either in person in my offices or via video conferencing such as Skype or Zoom.
A completely different approach!
The Thrive Programme® is a totally fresh approach to achieving lasting mental well-being. If you have previously tried other interventions or therapies that have not worked for you (as is the case with most of the clients I see), please be reassured that The Thrive Programme is completely different to any other kind of intervention available for mental well-being. The Programme is unique.....and it works.