Therapy for Social Phobia
It’s normal to feel butterflies in your stomach when giving a public talk. But if you are feeling anxious or nervous in everyday interactions due to the fear of being judged by others or worry that you may embarrass yourself in front of others, this can be due to Social Phobia. People experiencing this condition find it hard to interact with people or attend social gatherings, so they avoid social situations or withdraw themselves, often causing them to be alone and feeling lonely.
- Avoid social situations because you fear getting judged?
- Worry that you will embarrass yourself at a social event?
- Experience extreme anxiety just at the thought of attending a social event.
- Feel self-conscious in front of people?
If you find yourself nodding to one or a few of these questions, it’s best to get help from a professional to overcome this A therapist experienced in dealing with social phobia will help you recognize your negative self-thoughts and develop skills to change your behavior so that you can feel more confidence in social situations. Additionally, they will help you navigate your fears and give you the tools to develop and maintain the relationship with others.