For people with social anxiety disorder, everyday social interactions cause irrational anxiety, fear, self-consciousness and embarrassment. 

 
Symptoms may include excessive fear of situations in which one may be judged, worry about embarrassment or humiliation or concern about offending someone. Talk therapy and antidepressants can help increase confidence and improve ability to interact with others.
 
If you have social anxiety disorder, though, the stress of these situations is too much to handle. You might avoid all social contact because things that other people consider “normal” – like making small talk and eye contact – make you so uncomfortable. All aspects of your life, not just the social, could start to fall apart.

While politeness and thoughtfulness are positive qualities, when a person becomes excessively sensitive to what others think of them, it can have a negative impact on their personal and professional life.

The Overcome Social Phobia Hypnosis Sessions was put together to help clients practice feeling calm in social situations.

We explains some causes of social phobia and provides reassurance that it can be overcome with the help of this hypnosis session.

An extended induction introduces a calming exercise that will be repeated during the trancework. 

The trancework introduces a feeling of change and spontaneity, as embedded commands encourage clients to move on from old unhelpful habits. Future pacing provides a sense of what it will be like to be relaxed in social situations and clients look forward to a positive future.


Be Comfortable with Silence
Being Yourself Socially
Cope with Reputation Damage
Fear Judgment
Nervous Cough
Overcome Shyness
Overcome Social Phobia
Self-Consciousness
Socializing Motivation
Speaking in Groups
Stop Blushing
Stop Nervous Laughter

All socially anxious people have different reasons for dreading certain situations. But in general, it’s an overwhelming fear of:

  • Being judged by others in social situations
  • Being embarrassed or humiliated — and showing it by blushing, sweating, or shaking
  • Accidentally offending someone
  • Being the center of attention

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