Fear of Public Speaking
At Rapid Online Therapy we use a tried-and-tested combination of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy (REBT), the key modern teachings of Positive Psychology, Advanced Clinical Hypnotherapy and a number of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) methods in order to build your confidence, improve you language and bring the power of your presence into the room to overcome your fear of public speaking for good.
We know that many people have a fear of public speaking that can range from mild anxiety and sweaty palms through to panic attacks and more serious problems at work. Many of us experience this as increased heart rate, a dropping feeling in our stomach, sweaty palms and a rush of adrenaline. These feelings are universal and everyone on the planet has experienced them at some point in their lives our job is to help you better understand how your body and your mind works and get rid of this fear for good.
A fear of public speaking is the most common fear on the planet, which means we are experts in helping people to reinterpret their feelings of nervousness and anxiety, change old beliefs about not being good enough and learn how to feel happy and comfortable in front of a group of people.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to overcoming a fear of public speaking. Here at Rapid Online Therapy, we tailor make our fear of public speaking approach depending on your individual needs. We believe that our custom approach to therapy and treatment delivers the most effective, permanent and immediate change.
Interested in how we can help you overcome your fear of public speaking? Book your free 15 minute Meet Your Therapist session now to find out more.
“For me it was interesting to know the power of words! By opening up and talking about my personal situation and just by changing my perspective slightly, the change was almost overnight.”
“It was within a month I started to see results in so many ways. I started to be thankful for alot more and I didn’t see problems as problems anymore.”