Cat phobia demo at Framfield Medical Centre, Woodbridge

Clare kindly and willingly agreed to let me begin to treat her for her extreme phobia of cats as a demonstration in front of those who came along to my Thought Field Therapy Presentation on April 29th ’09 at Framfield Medical Centre.

Previously Clare would refuse to go inside a friend’s house if they had a cat. At restaurants Clare would worry constantly that they might have a cat. Eating outside, if she spotted a cat in a distant field she would have to leave the restaurant table being no longer able to eat and feeling nauseous. The only prior condition from Clare to being in the Live Demonstration was that she asked me to promise not to produce a cat to show her on the day. Immediately after this talk we continued her TFT session at her home for one hour. After wards Clare said that she was ready now to face a feline!

The next day Clare was at The Walled Garden Nursery on her own and by chance moved a flower pot and right there was a cat curled up asleep. She was amazed that instead of immediately fleeing she was able to continue her shopping as she felt fine!

In another example, Clare found that she was able to wait in a friend’s entrance lobby (with bare legs! she added) even though there were cats about and with the possibility of one of them brushing up against her. On previous occasions she would have waited outside nervously.

More recently I invited Clare to Hill House B&B, Market Hill. The owner, Sarenka Knight takes in many rescue cats and provides a Cat Hotel for people to leave their cats when on holiday.

Clare says “The TFT Session has given me the confidence or ability to rationalize a situation with a cat.” Clare was most grateful and more relaxed with her sense of control back and new found freedom from her previous irrational terror of cats.

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