Causes of Social Phobia
There is a certain consensus among
psychotherapist that the
Social Phobia are situated in the individual's life experiences.
However, there is disagreement in their reading of such experiences.
Next, we will discuss the topics
most pointed to as causes. They display some contradictions,
and include causes outside life experiences.
-- The self is made fragile by certain life experiences.
-- One learns to respond with
social performance situations.
belief is developed about oneself, the world or other persons.
-- Very low
-- Learning to respond with anxiety to performance social situations.
-- In addition to many negative
concept about oneself, a
-- Ill-resolved relationship with father and/or mother in the first years of
-- Personal barriers precluding expression of natural personal-growth
-- Defects in the
neurotransmitter bring about alarm reactions in social
Therefore, there is a wide-ranging group of causes.
It is important for some sectors to know the causes of disorder because
this knowledge will make changes possible. For others, knowing the causes
is not necessary; in order to change, it suffices that the individual or
organism learn other responses different from anxiety in social