In this video, Phobia Relief Expert Kalliope Barlis meets with a woman who had a phobia of elevators. He fear is so great that she has modeled her life to avoid Elevators at all cost. Kalliope rids her fear of elevators within minutes and you can see the result.

Phobia Relief Day
Monday, May 8th, 2017

Join Us and Go
From Fear to Freedom

Two ways to participate: 
In person in New York City or
Virtually from anywhere in the world.


Do You Have Fears that Hold You Back?


Our Mission

Phobia Relief Day aims to raise awareness globally about the everyday impact of phobias and share tools that people can use to free themselves from their fears, shed stress and build their best lives ever.


Who is Phobia Relief Day for? 

This special event is designed for people who suffer from fear and seeking relief, their friends and families looking for ways to help and professionals interested in gaining a feel for phobia relief skills.


How to Participate in Phobia Relief Day

Live in New York City

By attending Phobia Relief Day in person, you’ll receive a free audio book of Phobia Relief: From Fear to Freedom and participate in a demonstration of NLP’s Phobia Relief techniques. It's all happening on Monday, May 8th at The George Billis Gallery located in Chelsea-New York City's art district.  What happens if you bring a friend? In addition, you both get a free audio copy of the book. Just let us know who your friend is when you sign up. 

Virtually—Anywhere You Are

Virtually, from anywhere you are, you will receive access to the audio book of Phobia Relief: From Fear to Freedom and a recorded segment from Phobia Relief Day. You can watch the recorded version and listen to the audio from the comfort of where you are anywhere—nationally or internationally. 


Do You Have Fears That Keep You From Fully Enjoying Your Life? 
Relief is Within Reach Now!


What is a phobia?

According to the National Institutes of Health, a specific phobia involves marked and persistent fear and avoidance of a specific object or situation. This type of phobia includes, but is not limited to, the fear of heights, spiders, and flying.  Phobias can also include fear of social situations, sickness and other things limit the lives of those who suffer from them.

How do phobias affect how we feel?

Phobias aren’t just what you see on television or in the movies. Most people’s fear is triggered just by talking about it or seeing a photo. What they fear doesn't even have to be in their presence - which means that the very idea of it causes stress and which also makes it more controllable. You can change how you feel by changing how you think.

How do you know if you have a phobia?

Do you experience stress, anxiety, sweat, a faster heartbeat, a terrible feeling or tense muscles while thinking about or being in the presence of what you fear?  Do you go out of your way to avoid situations involving your fear? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may have a phobia. The National Institutes of Health says that 8.7% of the American population has a phobia-and that's only who they can account for. Nearly everyone fears something.

What are three quick things you can do for relief right now?

1. Ask your self, am I in danger? If the answer is no, continue to step two. 
2. Breath in for three seconds, hold for three seconds and breath out for three seconds, deliberately. 
3. Recognize that what you are thinking about can be shrunk in size so it changes how you feel. Join us on Phobia Relief Day and find out how to further learn how to go from fear to freedom. 


Who can gain Phobia Relief?

Everyone who wants to get beyond their fears and become a better person—parent, spouse, worker or friend. 

How has Phobia Relief changed people’s lives? 

Thousands of peoples’ lives have changed, thanks to the use of phobia relief skills.  Utilizing Neuro-Linguistic Programming techniques pioneered over 40 years ago, internationally recognized phobia relief expert Kalliope Barlis helps people become better spouses, parents and employees. They can go on vacation with their families, confidently take the elevator, leave their homes, take airplane flights, pet dogs, feel comfortable at zoos in the presence of snakes, remain with their kids at parties instead of avoiding clowns, live in big cities and so much more.  And it’s all by choosing to go from a life of fear to living with freedom.

Where will Phobia Relief Day take place and what's included?

Live in New York City
In person, you’ll participate in a one hour Phobia Relief Day session and receive a free, audio book of Phobia Relief: From Fear to Freedom.
The George Billis Gallery in New York City
525 W 26th St, New York, NY 10001

Monday, May 8th, 2017  

Times: 10:00-11:00 am, 12-1 pm, 2-3 pm, 6-7 pm

Virtually Anywhere You Are
When you sign up to attend Phobia Relief Day virtually, you'll receive a free audio book of Phobia Relief: From Fear to Freedom and will also receive a special link to a recording of one of the live Phobia Relief Day seminars held in New York City.  You'll receive the recording link on the evening of Monday, May 8th, 2017.

What is NLP? 

Kallope Barlis and Phobia Relief Day feature Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP©) techniques pioneered over 40 years ago by Dr. Richard Bandler and John Grinder.  Hundreds of thousands of people have benefitted from NLP, which is practiced by thousands of trainers, coaches, master practitioners and practitioners all around the world, licensed through The Society of NLP, the oldest and most respected licensing NLP organization. NLP is the study and use of successful behavior, emphasizing that by focusing on the awareness of how you think about what you fear, you gain control making the impossible become possible.  Since its inception, NLP has inspired other behavioral technologies, personal and business development coaching systems, all using the same core NLP strategies because of their ease and effectiveness. Kalliope Barlis is known internationally as one of the highest level trainers of NLP, as a proponent of making it accessible to anyone and for her ability to guide people from fear to freedom.

Who is Kalliope Barlis?

Kalliope Barlis is the founder of Phobia Relief Day. Using the same skills she used to become a professional golfer, Kalliope Barlis helps people achieve greater mental discipline in all aspects of life to become their best selves—parents, spouses, students, and workers. She has helped thousands of people gain freedom from their fears and has appeared on many major media outlets to discuss her time-tested skills that work quickly. Through her professional development programs (which include high-level, ethical uses of Neuro-Linguistic Programming techniques), participants learn that how we think influences how we feel, which directs the ability to perform optimally—even in challenging times. The tools in her new book Phobia Relief: From Fear to Freedom, an international bestseller, will be demonstrated throughout Phobia Relief Day on May 8, 2017, at The George Billis Gallery in New York City.


 
 

"You've got a wonderful story. You're fascinating - you have helped thousands of people overcome fears and phobias and move on to real greatness in their lives." —Jack Canfield, NY Times Bestselling author of Chicken Soup for the Soul


 
 

"Phobia Relief is a great example of what I've said for years: 'Change the way you think; It will change how you feel, and therefore change what you can do.' Read this book and be free of fear . . . and embrace life."  —Dr. Richard Bandler, Co-founder of NLP



March 20, 2017 Phobia Relief with NAPW

 
 

Kalliope opened the evening with a mesmerizing talk about the truth of overcoming fears involved with career change.  Thanks a million to the Louise Newsome, The national President of The National Association of Professional Women for selecting Kalliope to add value to the evening.