Therapy to resolve driving / driving test phobia
Do you fear driving? Are you comfortable with motorway driving? Do you have a driving test coming up? Apprehensive about driving following an accident? Do you avoid motorway driving?
If you answered "yes" to any of the questions above then Bill Frost can help you to overcome your fears and enable you to drive a new path towards your destination...
Bill uses a combination of NLP, hypnotherapy, CBT and the latest techniques to assist you.
Biofeedback methods are used to provide you with tangible evidence that your new approaches to relaxation and mental focus are working for you.
A wide variety of software based psychotherapeutic approaches can also be used to facilitate rapid, effective change. The software employed is designed by therapists for therapists, developed by technology experts and represents a major leap forwards into the 21st Century for psychotherapy.
If any form of traumatic experience is present we can utilise EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing) where appropriate. EMDR is arguable the most rapid approach possible to enable you to recall those past events without experiencing negative emotions. We use the latest techniques to enable substantial change to take place as painlessly as possible.
Bill uses video tape footage of driving in a variety of conditions / locations to put you in a 100% safe virtual driving environment to test your new skills. We combine video tape footage with all of the above techniques in a way that gently guides you through the change process.
This level of advancement used to only be available at leading Universities in the USA. Not any more! You can now access these new approaches in Central High Wycombe at affordable rates that represent great value for money and a very good investment in yourself.
To make an appointment call Bill Frost on 01494 471-762 today.
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Required disclaimer: Please be aware that we bring 100% of our effort and skill to the process, however, as with all practices, results may vary between individuals.