Trusted, Effective Treatment for
Technophobia

Feelings of dread? Overwhelming thoughts? Rapid heartbeat? Tunnel vision? Worse?

We have never met a case of technophobia that couldn’t be overcome. If you are ready to conquer the fear once and for all, CTRN promises you:

  • Diminished Technophobia in a Day
  • Absolute Anonymity and Security
  • Clients in Over 70 Countries around the world

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There are two ways of helping you get over your technophobia. You can either work through the Home Study program on at your own pace, or work one-on-one with a board certified practitioner:

Home-Study Program:
Vanquish Fear & Anxiety

CDs & Workbook $147 or Download $137
• Begin Immediately with Online ‘Quick-Start’
• Work in Private at Your Own Pace

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One-on-One ‘VIP’ Program

Customized program with a specialist from $2,497
• Private Sessions with Board-Certified Specialist
• Advanced Techniques to Eliminate Underlying Fear

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How it Works: Getting Over Technophobia

It comes down to redirecting your unconscious mind. On the surface, you know your technophobia is illogical. But it has persisted because your subconscious has linked a whole load of powerful negative emotions – mainly fear – to the very thought of technology.

Until now, you haven’t had a methodology for reprogramming those connections. We’re here to give you that methodology. Are you ready to put it to use?

How to Overcome Technophobia:
Treatment & Cure

We don’t actually “treat”. Nor do we “cure”. You are the only one with the influence to change your perceptions. We simply walk you through the process that enables you to do so.

The process includes specific steps to gaining confidence, calm and happiness, as well as proven procedures for overcoming anger, sadness, fear, hurt, guilt and anxiety. These emotions have haunted you long enough. Isn’t it time to break that cycle of negative thinking?

Vanquish Technophobia Today.

Technophobia Risk Factors & Causes

Cases of technophobia are usually (although not always) caused by an intense negative experience from the past. But your mind can also create that fear seemingly without basis. The key is digging down to the source and replacing negative associations with positive ones. Those at greatest risk include:

• People with a general tendency towards fear and anxiety
• People characterized as ‘high strung’
• People suffering from adrenal insufficiency

Do any of those describe you? See what others like you are saying about our ability to help.

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Symptoms, Test & Diagnosis

You can use our two minute Technophobia Online Test to determine the problem’s severity, but it’s really pretty simple: If this fear is having a significant negative impact on your life, it’s time to do something about it.

Does the thought of technology make you nauseous? Does it trigger a dry mouth and clammy hands? Does your heart feel like it’s going to pound right out of your chest? Do your legs turn to rubber bands?

These are just a few of the most common things people experience. Click to learn more about the symptoms of technophobia.

We can help you get rid of not just the symptoms, but the cause. It’s what we’re all about.

Drugs & Medication

NO DRUGS OR MEDS FOR TECHNOPHOBIA!

We do not encourage the use of drugs and medication for Technophobia because we see them as a ‘mask’. They may help you deal with your technophobia in the short term, but they do not actually help you overcome it. Ever.

No drug has ever been developed specifically for technophobia, and none can ever cure the root cause of the problem, only suppress the symptoms. And with all the uncertainty surrounding potential side effects it is hard to justify popping a prescription as a healthy solution.

The good news is you will conquer your technophobia without drugs.

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