Rebecca, I would like to thank you for everything. With as bad as I was not wanting to fly, with your Hypnosis I had no fear at all. Just like you said. it made it that I could have a wonderful time traveling and not the fear to hold me back. I would recommend you to anyone. Thank you for giving me that back. Plus Italy is awesome. Thanks again.
— Robert Leonard, Project Superintendent, Mississippi
I wanted to make sure you knew that your work in Mexico helped me immensely in getting over my claustrophobia. It hasn’t been as much as an issue in all the medical tests I’ve been taking and I can go in a small bathroom, elevator, and small area without it being a major stress.
— Suzi Tozer, St. Louis, MO


You know how you want to think and feel. Hypnosis can help you bridge the gap between how you want to feel, positive and calm and resilient and where you are now in your day to day struggle with anxiety. Learn how to take control of your thoughts and release fears and phobias. You can learn how to have a relaxation response to fear and anxiety instead of the old fight or flight response. Think of hypnosis as a tool for learning how to stop the anxious thoughts and conditioning the mind to more positive ways of thinking.

Here are a list of common fears that can be overcome with hypnosis:

  • Acrophobia: Fear of heights

  • Agoraphobia: Fear of open spaces, crowded, public places or leaving a safe place.

  • Aichmophobia: Fear of needles or pointed objects

  • Aviatophobia: Fear of flying · Claustrophobia: Fear of confined spaces.

  • Dental Phobia: Fear of going to dentist or having dental treatment

  • Driving Phobia: Fear of driving

  • Herpetophobia: Fear of reptiles or insects.

  • Ichthyophobia: Fear of fish (Success story with Mix96 Brooke Ryan!)

  • Fear of Public Speaking

  • Fear of Test Taking

Brooke Ryan, Morning Show Radio Host for Mix96 Charleston after she cleared her phobia of fish using my 5 step program

Brooke Ryan, Morning Show Radio Host for Mix96 Charleston after she cleared her phobia of fish using my 5 step program

Brooke does a great job of sharing the real skepticism and then amazement at what hypnosis can do.  She said, “I am proud to say that it has been a complete success!” 

You can read her story in her own words on her blog post titled, “I Conquered My Fear!”

If you think you have an anxiety disorder, the first person you should see is your family doctor. A physician can determine whether the symptoms that alarm you are due to an anxiety disorder, another medical condition, or both.