EMETOPHOBIA – cured in six weeks
Overcome emetophobia in Ely, Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds.
What is Emetophobia?
Do you have an irrational fear of being ill? Perhaps the very idea of someone near you being unwell makes you panic? If so you might have emetophobia (also known as ‘vomit phobia’, phagophobia or specific phobia of vomiting.) You might have had this properly diagnosed by a doctor, or it may be that you’re suffering in silence. Like many other sufferers, perhaps it’s even been misdiagnosed as an eating disorder. Help is at hand with The Thrive Programme.
You might even think that you are the only person in the world who thinks like this but emetophobia is more common than you think, with approximately 3-5% of the population suffering from it and many suffering alone and even going to great lengths to hide it from friends and family.
The good news is that you’re not alone, and the better news is that you don’t have to live with this fear. You don’t have to master techniques to learn how to cope with it, you can overcome it completely with The Thrive Programme.
All the videos down the side of this page are from people who have already cured themselves of emetophobia using this programme!
Rob Kelly – creator of The Thrive Programme – is the expert on emetophobia. He has lectured on the subject globally and personally helped several hundred people to overcome their phobia for good. His work in private practice and the poor recognition and treatment of emetophobia has led to the publication of ‘Cure your Emetophobia & Thrive’, the workbook that will enable you to understand the cause of your phobia and ensure that you know what to do to overcome it.
Click this link to download our research paper. This programme is the most successful treatment for a phobia of yourself – or others – being sick. In our recent survey all 64 participants overcame their phobia in just 6-8 weeks.
The Thrive Programme is NOT therapy: the course teaches you how to regain control of your own life. On average it takes only 6-8 weeks for sufferers – even life-long sufferers – to be free of this debilitating and isolating phobia.
Working through the programme I will teach you how to build strong psychological foundations and to address your thinking styles and beliefs – in order to make lasting, significant changes that will completely change your life for the better. As you learn to Thrive – and your thinking, beliefs and emotions become more under control – your fear of being sick will just disappear, just like it did for all the people in the videos on the right of this page.
There is a dedicated YouTube channel for emetophobes – Emetophobia Expert – featuring videos from some of Thrive Programme events, and testimonials from former sufferers whose lives have been significantly turned around since they completed The Programme.
Mary cured herself after suffering for 75 years – and it only took her six weeks. If Mary can do it, so can you!
Mary is now over 80 and she suffered from emetophobia for over seventy-five years. Having tried a number of treatments – including everything the NHS could throw at her – she was convinced that she would never overcome her sickness anxiety. However once she had studied The Thrive Programme, she decided to try it for herself, with life-changing results.
If you want to overcome emetophobia in Ely, Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds, why not watch Rob Kelly’s presentation at the first Emetophobia Awareness Day – from the Royal Society of Medicine – which gives more information about this debilitating anxiety-inducing phobia.
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Help to overcome Emetophobia (fear of vomiting/being sick/seeing others being sick) in Ely, Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds