The Answer to Stutter Phobia. Fast, Effective and Guaranteed
If just thinking it causes you to start to feel the fear, it’s time you did something about it. The good news is that we know that – for anyone who is determined – stutter phobia can always be overcome.
If you are now ready to have this over and done with, here’s what you can expect from us:
- Stutter phobia better or gone in as little as a day
- Complete confidentiality and privacy
- Clients in 70+ countries have put their trust in CTRN
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• Start Instantly with Online ‘Quick-Start’
• Work in Private at Your Own Pace
Custom Program Developed for you by Your Expert Practitioner
• One-on-one Appointments with Board-Certified Practitioner
• Advanced Techniques to Eliminate Underlying Fear
How CTRN Programs Work
It is all about learning to redirect your unconscious mind, which sounds like a lot but is easier than you may think. You know that Stutter Phobia isn’t working for you. The reason the fear continues is because the subconscious has connected it to a wave of dominant negative feelings which occur automatically when you even think of stuttering.
Getting rid of those automatic feelings isn’t hard – you just need the right techniques for changing your reaction to your personal set of stuttering-related triggers. We’ll help you learn this simple system to make the fear history. Interested in putting these techniques to use?
What You Need to Know About Treatments and Cures
We don’t, in point of fact, ‘treat’, nor do we ‘cure’. As much as we’d like to wave a magic wand and ‘cure’ you, it’s actually up to you to change how you feel. Our job is to educate you as you journey through this course to overcome your fear.
This process has proven procedures for overcoming rage, fear, depression, remorse and feelings of apprehension and helps you gain self-assurance, peace and happiness. You have dealt with these emotions haunting you long enough. You can decide that it’s time for the negative feelings to change.
Where Your Stutter Phobia Comes From
An really disturbing incident from the past, is often (though, not always) the root cause of Stutter Phobia. In some cases, it appears the brain has produced the fear with no instigation. You resolve this issue by discovering the source and trading the negative correlations with positive ones. Those at greatest risk include:
• Individuals who are predisposed to feelings of worry and anxiety
• If you are jittery, edgy, sensitive, nervous
• One who is dealing with adrenal insufficiency
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Tests, Symptoms & Diagnosis
You can use our two minute Stutter Phobia Online Test to determine the problem’s severity, but it’s really pretty simple: If this phobia is having a significant negative impact on your life, its time to do something about it.
- At the mere mention of Stuttering, do you develop nausea?
- Does your mouth go dry and your palms get sweaty?
- 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 stutter phobia.
We help you with the symptoms, as well as find out the basis for them. That’s why we’re here
Drugs & Medication
The use of drugs and medication for Stutter Phobia is not encouraged in our program because they generally mask the problem, rather than tackling the cause. The root cause of being Psellismophobic is an unconscious mental association that links stuttering to powerful feelings of fear. Meds can mask the awful feelings for a while, but never break the mental patterns at the core of the problem
No drug has ever been developed specifically for Stutter Phobia, by the way – so it’s hard to justify popping a pill as a healthy solution with all the uncertainty that surrounds potential side effects.
The good news is with our help, you will conquer your Stutter Phobia, without drugs..
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