Fear of Public Speaking and Interview Stress
A person who experiences fear of public speaking and Interview Stress, these fears may cause a person to be held back from getting promotion at work or promoting their business or going on to achieve those goals they would like to achieve in life. The fear of public speaking and interview stress can be crippling and interfere with a person’s goals and dreams.
The fear of public speaking and interviews stress may interfere with a person’s ambitions to excel in their work place, causing them to reframe from attending interview that would help them to achieve their goal of getting the job of their dreams. The fear of public speaking and interview stress can be embedded in a person’s life, which may be linked to past situations, where they were told to “shut up”, and thus, the experience of the past is continuing to cripple the person from youth to adulthood.
How can Galway Counselling Help you Overcome this Fear?
Galway Counselling can help you overcome the fear of public speaking and interviews stress in that Patricia will give you coping mechanisms to help you to overcome these fears. With regards to the fear of public speaking, Patricia will if necessary, go to the venue where you have to give the talk or presentation and practice with the individual in that venue. Patricia will not give up on you until you achieve your aim, that is, to overcome your fear of public speaking and interview stress. With regard to interviews Patricia will give the individual coping mechanisms that will help the person to feel and stay in control, in any given interview situation.
The coping mechanisms that Patricia has used to help individuals have worked for persons to be able to overcome their fear of public speaking and interview stress, and carry out a task that in the past they were unable to achieve. For the fear of public speaking and interview stress, Patricia uses mindfulness behavioural therapy to help a person concentrate on what they are doing in the moment as opposed to allowing their mind to stray onto a negative thought. Patricia believes that anyone can achieve their goals as long as they are given the tools that work to help them to be successful in overcoming their fear of public speaking and interview stress.