NEW YORK, Oct. 11, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- All of us are born with two fears: the fear of falling and fear of loud noises.
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Barlis' book could be subtitled "Honey, I shrunk my phobia." Indeed, she points out that phobias are fears people magnify well beyond the danger they actually represent.
She can talk about:
Praise for Kalliope Barlis
"My tension in my stomach is gone, my sweating is gone. I'm actually not picturing clowns as big as they were before. Now, I see them small, and then I see my kids' faces and we're having a good time. I thank you so much. The clowns are just a little penny, a little peanut here, and I'm just gonna flick 'em over there. I don't even have that feeling in my stomach. Remember—I told you it was right here—just gone, and no more worries."—Yaritza Valle, Caretaker and Mom
ABOUT KALLIOPE BARLIS
Kalliope Barlis has more than 20 years' experience in Neuro-Linguistic Programming, having trained under NLP co-founder Dr. Richard Bandler who wrote the foreword for Phobia Relief. Barlis is a Licensed Trainer of Neuro-Linguistic Programming who operates an NLP training school in New York City where she maintains a private practice.
AVAILABILITY: New York City, nationwide by arrangement and via telephone
CONTACT: Kalliope Barlis, (718) 751-5105 or Email
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SOURCE Kalliope Barlis
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