Hypnotherapy for Shyness
Therapy for Shyness at the Rickmansworth Thrive Programme and Hypnotherapy Clinic serving the areas of Uxbridge, Ruislip Pinner and London
It is perfectly natural to feel a little shy in certain situations – especially social or work situations where you are meeting people for the first time, or want to create a good impression, or where you might feel judged by other people. Many people contact me for help with shyness with hypnotherapy – it is a very common problem. Shyness is a manifestation of social anxiety – click HERE to read more.
However, shyness or feeling self conscious becomes a problem when the sufferer becomes intensely aware of themselves and everything they are doing or saying – being hyper aware of how they are behaving or how they are perceived by other people. They may then come to dread or avoid social situations or interactions as they feel them too uncomfortable or challenging.[fusion_builder_container hundred_percent=”yes” overflow=”visible” margin_top=”35px” margin_bottom=”35px” background_color=”rgba(255,255,255,0)”][fusion_builder_row][fusion_builder_column type=”1_1″ background_position=”left top” background_color=”” border_size=”” border_color=”” border_style=”solid” spacing=”yes” background_image=”” background_repeat=”no-repeat” padding=”” margin_top=”0px” margin_bottom=”0px” class=”” id=”” animation_type=”” animation_speed=”0.3″ animation_direction=”left” hide_on_mobile=”no” center_content=”no” min_height=”none”][fusion_separator style_type=”shadow” sep_color=”#A36A7B” icon=”” width=”” class=”” id=””/]
Since the (last) session I can honestly say it feels like a large weight has been lifted and I have been feeling much more confident and happy. For the first time in a long while my first thought isn’t ‘I can’t do that’ or to feel terrified at doing something outside my small comfort zone. Which is a huge difference. Thank you very much for all of your help
Lucy, 26, treated for shyness at work.
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Because of these shy feelings, people may become tongue-tied and feel like they are talking nonsense, just for the sake of saying something. Or perhaps, they may not speak at all – for fear of saying something that might sound stupid. They feel like they just can’t relax and be themselves because they are so worried about what the other person is thinking.
Shyness is just one of the symptoms of social anxiety or social phobia, which is a fear of any situation where the sufferer is likely to feel embarassed, humiliated or judged – for example; dinner parties, public speaking, interviews, appearing in court, singing and stuttering.
Associated symptoms include sensitivity to criticism, negative self image, fear of rejection, difficulty in being assertive and feelings of inferiority. Basically any situation in life where you might feel embarrassed, on the spot, judged, silly out of control etc.
Feeling Shy at Work
Many people feel shy at work in situations such as meetings, giving presentations (‘performance anxiety’), performance reviews, networking events or shyness making phone calls. Often the more pressure or importance attached to these situations, the more shy one can feel. Likewise, shyness is also associated with the perceived superiority of the person you are interacting with – the more powerful or important they seem – the more intimidated or shy one becomes.
Feeling Shy with the Opposite Sex / Feeling Shy on Dates
Meeting new potential partners can often be daunting. If you are keen to find love or romance, feeling shy with the opposite sex can be a real hurdle. Especially if you really like them and you don’t want to blow it! This extra pressure you put on yourself will increase your anxiety and can lead to feeling tongue-tied, lost for words or a sense of frustration that you and this other person could really hit it off – if only you could open up and be yourself so they could get to know the real you.
Treatment for Shyness | The Thrive Programme in Rickmansworth
I can teach you how to feel completely in control of your thoughts and feelings – no longer feeling powerless in situations where previously you felt judged or awkward in front of others. We would work on improving your self esteem and changing you beliefs about yourself in these situations. I will prove to you that no matter how long you’ve had your social anxiety or low self esteem, it can be hugely improved in just a couple of weeks….and it can stay that way!
This treatment does not involve Hypnosis, it is an empowering and liberating psychological training programme
Hypnotherapy for Shyness Uxbridge Ruislip Pinner London
Suggestion Hypnotherapy is most effectively used as a self esteem and confidence boost in areas such as smoking, nail-biting, pre-test nerves, relaxation, presentation nerves, etc.
You are relaxed into a nice, calm, relaxed state, and whilst in that state, given suggestions that will combat your symptoms. It is successful because it works with the client’s own willpower, by reinforcing strong, positive suggestions about success or achievement.
Please note that I always accompany suggestion therapy sessions with fundemental areas of the Thrive Programme to give you additional insight and control over your issue. Suggestion therapy usually only requires between two and three sessions.
Booking your free initial consultation couldn’t be easier.
It is perfectly natural that you may have questions about the Thrive Programme or hypnotherapy. To arrange a free consultation or to book an appointment call 07740 781 573
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Hypnotherapy for Shyness Uxbridge Ruislip Pinner London