A Permanent Solution to Phobia Of Stuttering.
If you’re like most people who live with this fear, you probably wonder if you can ever be rid of it. After 10 years working with people with the most severe phobias, we know that – for anyone who is determined – phobia of stuttering can always be overcome.
Here is what we offer:
- A noticeable improvement, often a major one, in less than 24 hours
- Complete confidentiality and privacy
- Clients in 70+ countries have put their trust in CTRN
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• Work Privately on Your Own Time
Personalized Program Developed with Own Practitioner
• Board-Certified Practitioner
• Sophisticated Suite of Techniques to Remove Underlying Fear
How Does the Program Work?
You’ve got to ‘re-wire’ your unconscious mind – and with our help its easier than you may think. Consciously, you know your phobia of stuttering doesn’t make logical sense. If it did everyone would have it. The fear persists because it is subconsciously linked to a mental trigger which sets off a whole range of powerful negative emotions – fear leading the charge of course – at even the slightest thought of stuttering. Its become an automatic response.
You have not been able to prevent your feelings of fear because you have not been given the methodology to change your feelings and associations. We are here to teach you on how to use the right techniques to vanquish the fear forever. Are you ready to get started?
Unlike other solutions, we don’t promise you a cure for your fear. The key to this program is knowing that you are the one who will be making the changes. Our job is to educate you as you journey through this course to overcome your fear.
You will learn how to cultivate positive feelings while learning to combat and eventually vanquish negative feelings that cause your fear. Why keep living your life with negative emotions when you can easily change them? It is time for you to stop that cycle of negative thoughts.
The Triggers and Factors that Cause Your Fear
Phobia of stuttering in many (but not all) cases is triggered by a nasty experience in the past. The fear can be manufactured by the brain, in some circumstances, with seemingly no foundation. By exposing the root cause, you will be able to remedy the problem by easily exchanging harmful triggers. Persons that find themselves at greatest risk:
• Those with a tendency to feel anxious and panicky
• People characterized as skittish, energetic, easily upset, nervous
• People suffering from adrenal insufficiency
Do these even slightly describe you? You can see testimonials from individuals who know our our capability to make a difference.
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Tests, Symptoms & Diagnosis
You can take our 2 minute Phobia of Stuttering Online Test to establish the enormity of the problem for you, but it’s really quite straightforward: The time to act is now, if this phobia is causing negativity in your life.
- Do you become queasy at the smallest idea of Stuttering?
- Do you instantly get dry mouth and moist palms?
- Does your heart rate instantly sky-rocket?
- Do your legs go weak?
These are just a few of the most common things people experience. Click here to learn more about the symptoms of phobia of stuttering.
We can help you get rid of not just the symptoms, but the cause. It’s what we’re all about
Medications & Prescribed Drugs
We feel drugs and medication for Phobia of Stuttering aren’t the best approach, but make sure you always follow a doctor’s advice when taking or stopping any prescription. Pills might help you cope with your Phobia Of Stuttering but only in the short term – they will not, in reality, help you eliminate it forever.
By the way – no one has ever developed a drug exclusively for Phobia Of Stuttering – and with all the undetermined possible side effects, it is difficult to rationalize taking a prescription as the answer.
The good news is with our help, you will conquer your Phobia Of Stuttering, without drugs..
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