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During the restrictions imposed throughout the months of Covid isolation, for those who find face-to-face interaction with others stressful, there was a valid excuse to avoid meeting up, as socialising on-line presented the perfect escape. Returning to the familiar routines within our personal and professional environments can be overwhelming for anyone with a social disorder. Exploring social anxiety with hypnotherapy in Harley Street at The Conway Practice provides the support to overcome your fears and to recognise the sub-conscious triggers responsible for the fight-or-flight response.*

This is more intense than shyness and can have a negative impact not only on forming personal relationships, but also with work colleagues and career progression. A social disorder often stems from a fear of being evaluated and then rejected by the group, resulting in the avoidance of any situation where you feel outside of your comfort zone. The therapeutic intervention with hypnosis opens a pathway to uncover the self-limiting beliefs which have developed over the years and may well be traced back to early childhood or adolescence.* Being fearful of saying the wrong thing at the wrong time can result in a feeling of emotional isolation, even though you would like to be seen as a social person.

These fears can also surface when you are faced with delivering a speech or giving a professional presentation. During hypnotherapy sessions in Harley Street with Jonathan Conway, he will address the origin of your social phobia and the specific circumstances where your stress response is escalated and the past events which have shaped and influenced your anxiety.* New coping mechanisms and calming methods can be introduced, enabling you to focus on your inner-strengths and to overcome any maladaptive thought patterns.*

Hypnotherapy is available by appointment with Jonathan at The Conway Practice in Harley Street, or remotely by Zoom, Skype or telephone if preferred.* Call today on 07956 855 027 to make an appointment!