Cure your phobia of public speaking *
Based in the City of London, we often work with fear of public speaking especially people whose careers depend on them regularly giving presentations to groups of varying sizes.
A fear of public speaking and performing in front of an audience is one of the most common issues we deal with, but through our Cognitive Hypnotherapy and NLP services, The Clerkenwell Group works with you to help you enjoy public speaking without suffering shaking, sweating or worse symptoms.
Cure your phobia of public speaking
The experience of the therapists at The Clerkenwell Group is extensive, both professionally and in a personal capacity. Our senior therapist has over a decade’s experience as a Cognitive Hypnotherapist, and previously enjoyed a successful career as a press officer and campaign manager, regularly speaking in public to audiences of thousands.
The entire team of Cognitive Hypnotherapists at The Clerkenwell Group all have a wealth of experience with public speaking, all regularly giving presentations throughout their careers, so you can rest assured we understand exactly how you feel.
Common symptoms of a fear of public speaking
Everyone experiences their fear of public speaking differently; however, there are a number of common symptoms you may endure when you have to speak in public:
- Profuse sweating
- Dry mouth
- Forgetting important points of your presentation or speech
- Finding it difficult to speak
- Speaking too fast
At The Clerkenwell Group, we could help you to overcome your fear and anxiety, allowing you to use your verbal and non-verbal communication skills to calmly, clearly and effectively give your presentation or speech to your audience- whether it’s two or 2,000 people.
Cognitive Hypnotherapy for Public Speaking
Through the use of Cognitive Hypnotherapy and NLP, we’ll teach you tools and techniques to make public speaking a more positive experience. The techniques you learn could be applied at a later date, perfect for presenting to audiences or a potential new employer.