So you’ve discovered you need to do a pitch during your next staff meeting. This sort of thing typically makes you feel a little anxious, but you tell yourself you’ll be fine. But as the meeting draws closer, you realise that it won’t be okay and you are sorry for saying that you’d participate. Just thinking of standing in front of your colleagues with a presentation is enough to start your heart thumping and your skin sweating.
So is this a familiar picture?
It’s not as unusual as perhaps you might imagine. As much as 1 in 10 adults in Australia battle with social anxiety; this means that; around 1.3 million individuals know precisely how you really feel.
Presentation anxieties and the way they influence us
Social anxiety may have an extremely negative effect on our lives, causing us to drop out of education, or hold us back from stepping forward for vocational promotions we know we are entitled to.
Some typical signs or symptoms are:
• Hammering heart
• Feeling very hot or sweating
• Queasiness or stomach ache
• Brain blanks
• Having a stutter
• Feeling upset
• Anxiety-induced sleep disorders
A hypnotic approach for presentation anxiety and speaking in public
Presentation nervousness in many cases is induced by early experiences of shame or humiliation in a social environment. We might not necessarily remember these types of early ordeals, but because things are stored away in the subconscious mind, it nonetheless impinges on us even as grow older, maybe leading to us to feel a deep aversion to speaking in public in case we say something daft or embarrassing again.
By guiding the client into a state of deep trance, the hypnotherapist can access the client’s subconscious mind and make new, positive suggestions about the person’s capability to handle social scenarios. As well as helping the customer feel more confident with presenting and public speaking, through freeing the person of some of their negative beliefs about themselves the hypnotherapist can also support them in establishing improvements in quite a few other areas of their lives.
With hypnosis, social anxiety is quite simple to handle.
After just a few sessions, clients start to experience a considerable improvement in how they react to social settings and circumstances.
A hypnotic approach for presentation nerves may help you:
• Feel fully under control, composed and assured when giving a speech.
• Get involved in conventions, networking, and sales calls totally free of anxiousness and worries.
• Provide help to feel comfortable with being the centre of attention.
• Assist you not only to feel less apprehensive about presenting and public speaking, but even enjoy it!
Perth Hypnosis Clinic provides help from professional hypnotherapists whose expert area is social phobia, such as fear of speaking in group meetings, becoming red-faced, shyness, stuttering, etc. Our professionals have helped many people in the commercial and company world become assured and effective presenters.
Hypnosis for presentation nerves not only assists with business matters; it has also made it easier for people to feel more confident when giving wedding speeches and toasts, PTA events, and even making complaints!
If you would like to feel more confident when speaking in public or would just like a confidence boost in general, give Kenneth a call on 0431 959 204 or visit the contact page at www.perthhypnoclinic.com.au