Some people are naturally amazing at speaking in public, stirring crowds into applause with every shift in intonation, with every cadence. However, for most people, speaking in public is often intimidating - even if it’s their job.
To be absolutely clear, this lack of confidence when speaking in public is fear-based. Deep down, people’s brain has a psychotrauma that prevents the person from freely expression their thoughts to a crowd. It may be some childhood embarrassment or a bad experience speaking in public - but something happened that convinced the brain to be afraid of speaking in public, that the person would be judged and possibly ridiculed.
Hypnosis can find that initial psychotraumatic experience using Parts Therapy and change the affected part of the brain away from the negative behavior into positive behavior. Instead of being nervous and overwhelmed during public speaking, the person will have the confidence and joy in expressing themselves to a welcoming audience.
This hypnotherapy is particularly helpful for anyone whose job involves public speaking: teachers, lawyers, musicians and actors, consultants, et al. It’s not just for those who can’t speak publicly at all, but is also great for making good public speakers even better.