Phobias Can Be Helped By NeuroCranial Restructuring
Phobias are a kind of anxiety discussed earlier in this chapter. They are thinking patterns and behaviors based on exaggerated, irrational fear of a thing or situation. Phobic people are aware that their behavior makes no sense, but it is so unpleasant to experience the fear that they attempt to avoid the situation.
Current treatment of phobias consists of behavioral conditioning techniques such as systematic desensitization and exposure therapy. These are often effective but are expensive and time-consuming.
My clinical experience with phobic patients is that NeuroCranial Restructuring treatments make them better. My treatment model explains this: phobias are not simply psychiatric problems but are instead ideas created by abnormal brain function, triggered by aberrant flow of cerebrospinal fluid, resulting from the shape of the skull, creating undesirable delivery of neurotransmitters.
NeuroCranial Restructuring gradually optimizes head shape as well as the flow and delivery characteristics of neurotransmitters and cerebrospinal fluid.
NeuroCranial Restructuring, then, is a way to cure the phobias instead of attempting to change behavior through counseling and conditioning.