Hypnosis Scripts, Downloads & Training Since 2000 Hypnotic World
Join today to access 1,300+ hypnosis scripts
Sign Up

Fear of Being Naked Hypnosis Script

Fear of Being Naked
Money-Back Guarantee
Fear of Being Naked

If your client feels uncomfortable getting undressed in front of her partner it could be the result of a strict upbringing or an embarrassing event from the past. Usually the original cause will have been repressed, so the subject does not consciously know why she feels shy or cautious.

Read More

Regression to the cause can help to uncover the underlying emotions attached to a fear, and this script guides your client back to the first time they felt that way. It helps them to deal with the memories that surface and create a new, confident set of responses.

The script uses guided imagery and positive suggestions to help your client to generate a positive feeling about her body. The script can also be easily adapted for a male client where appropriate.

This script has been downloaded by 136 customers.

FREE Induction and Deepener included
7 pages (Plus Induction & Deepener)
Download in Word, PDF & HTML formats

Download the Fear of Being Naked Script:
5,000+
Members
Option 1: All-Script Access Membership
Sign up and save:

Option 2: Download Single Script
Fear of Being Naked Hypnosis Script
+ FREE Induction and Deepener

Price:  $8.99

Which option is right for me?  |  Frequently Asked QuestionsFAQs

Hypnotic World Customer Reviews
"Absolutely fantastic support and customer service. Highly recommend Hypnotic World to any professional hypnotherapist."
"I have used Hypnotic World since 2005 and have always found it to be VERY useful indeed."
More in Sexual Issues
Script Categories

Hypnotherapy Training

Forums

Find a Therapist

We Accept

  • We accept these payment methods
How can we help?
Share this page:
  • © 2000-2021 Hypnotic World Ltd. All rights reserved. Registered Company No. 05923410.
  • Site Designed by Energy Cell
  • Please note products are intended for relaxation purposes only. They are not medical or therapeutic devices and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any medical condition or disease.