Overcoming Fear of Flying
in a supportive environment!
"MySky is unique in that
we offer a commercial flight
as part of the program."
We are a population on the move.
We often live far from family and friends, and our work is no longer just in our own backyards.
Air travel is often the way to go, and yet millions of people suffer from fear of flying. They may fly in great discomfort, some under the influence of medications or alcohol, and some may even avoid flying all together.
The consequences of fear of flying can affect jobs, health, personal relationships and self-esteem. There is help.
The MySky program includes course materials, meals, a hangar tour, a roundtrip graduation flight on a commercial airline flight, and ongoing aftercare and support with professionals and peers.
The MySky Program is a two and a half day seminar.
Friday evening through Sunday afternoon, which will help fearful flyers deal with their fears and become more comfortable with flying. We utilize a small group and personalized approach.
Our team consists of a pilot, a psychologist and other related professionals who have worked for over 9 years with hundreds of fearful flyers.
The weekend program consists of educational, psychological and
Participants will receive information about the technical aspects of flight and air travel issues (such as security, flight operations, and personnel training).
A framework will be presented for understanding how anxiety is developed and how it can be managed. Techniques will be taught and practiced that facilitate relaxation, soothing and a reduction of fear.
A hangar tour and flying together on a short commercial flight are highlights of our program. Follow-up support from staff and fellow participants is also included.
In addition to the weekend workshops...
We are also available on a consulting basis to corporations to provide customized training and/or workshops about reducing fear of flying. Program psychologists are also available to see people individually through their private practices in Minneapolis and St. Paul.