Are you ready to get rid of the fear that’s kept you fromman in airport excited abbot flying flying or from enjoying it when you do?
Many people struggle with flying because they don’t know how to manage anxious thoughts and feelings when they think about getting onto an airplane. People who are afraid of flying have many worries in common. They fear they might have a panic attack on the plane and be stuck there for hours, unable to get away. They worry about feeling like they’ll lose control and be unable to help themselves. Fearful flyers also often give themselves no credit, believing themselves to be powerless and weak — even when they are accomplished people in their regular lives!
Cope with your fear of flying, stop avoiding
Our Non Flyer program is a great alternative to avoiding. In this group, we’ll teach you what’s really happening in your body and mind when you feel afraid, and we’ll show you that you don’t need to be fear flying if you don’t want to. We’ll answer your questions about air travel and teach you to use proven, psychological treatment methods to reduce fear, calm your body and beat anxiety and claustrophobia.
Shift Cognitive Therapy + Assessment is a team of psychologists and counsellers in Oakville, ON. We specialize in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy(CBT) and Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT) for the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), depression and anxiety for children, teens and adults.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy & Emotion-Focused Therapy
The goal of cognitive behaviour therapy is to help individuals become aware of the thoughts and patterns of behaviour that keep them feeling stuck. Its focus is on the ‘here-and-now’ to help relieve current symptoms and address current problems.
Emotion-Focused Therapy is an approach to couples and family issues that focuses on identifying and correcting repetitive and dysfunctional patterns that leave people feeling alone and unsupported. EFT helps members of a couple or family to remain engaged with each other in order to better communicate what each really needs from the other.