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"A really good practitioner never stops learning and is never qualified as there is always something more to learn."

Diana Mossop

Chemophobia

Definition

Chemophobia literally means a fear of chemicals. It is a fully-developed psychological fear of chemical substances due to pre-existing beliefs and hearsays about the negative effects of chemicals to one's body. However, some experts do not consider chemophobia as a psychological condition, but rather a term marketing analysts and advertisers coined in order to widen the market of the products they are selling.

Causes

Chemophobia is caused mainly by hearsays, especially by reports that sensationalize the negative effects of chemical substances used for different purposes. This fear is also aggravated by accidents or events which were caused by the mishandling of chemical products, and through the misinformation spread by the media, the public is led to believe that chemicals are indeed harmful and thus create a fear out of it.

Characteristics and Features

Studies show that people with chemophobia believe that 'chemicals' will definitely cause illnesses such as cancer despite the fact this can only happen once the use of chemical substances are abused.

Education

Chemophobia can be treated by properly educating the public about the different effects and purposes of chemical products. Proven experiments and other supporting evidences are helpful in educating people, and only through these that the phobia can be defeated. Persons with chemophobia can in fact make visits to a psychologist and undergo counseling as well.

Testimonials

We have a growing number of testimonials from patients who want to spread the word about Phytobiophysics.

Some 16 months ago following a long period of ill health and frequent visits to doctors, In desperation I visited Diana. I was at the time suffering from a progressively debilitating shoulder pain and a re-occurrence of chroni…

We have recently returned from annual leave and T???'s face looks so much thinner. A friend that has not seen her for a fortnight remarked on what a large change she has seen in her. She said that she thought she used to look like…

Hopefully you would have received our wonderful news from your assistant, I'm pregnant! You may recall that we came to see you firstly in Jersey in September last year and then in London in February in the hope you could help u…

When I first bought my 8 year old daughter to your clinic, she suffered with asthma and eczema. She frequently used Ventolin, Becotide and Cortisone. She started to develop quite a thick growth of unsightly black hairs on her legs…

Very Dear Diana, I do not know where to start really but I have been reading the posts about Chemo therapy on your Facebook page and when I read what you said about working together to pool knowledge I knew I had to write my testi…

Huge thanks to you Diana for all you have done for me and my son! We came to you in despair as all the doctors said that they could not help nor diagnose the problems he had, (recurrent nausea, jaw pain and anxiety) and we were a…

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Diana Mossop was commissioned as an Officer in the WRAC in 1966 and served mostly in the Far East where by the age of just 24 she was promoted to Captain and was appointed as Commanding Officer of the WRAC in Hong Kong.