Global Women NGO offers free needle-phobia counselling to help folks get vaccinated
A Canada-based global women’s rights organization (The RINJ Foundation) has protested loudly against government-forced vaccinations because, the women say, “most unvaccinated suffer anxiety neurosis related to fear of vaccines, needles and doctors”. (Citing: “Government forced vaccines are unethical, a sign of despotic moves to come“)
Backing this up, RINJ Women ask governments not to force needles into people’s arms but instead, offer anxiety disorder treatment and accommodation for needle phobia.
RINJ Women are doing exactly that with anxiety/phobia counselling, online clinics.
“A significant way to increase vaccine acceptance is compassionate acknowledgment of this fear and phobia,” writes Dr. Ashley S. Love in “Considering Needle Phobia among Adult Patients During Mass COVID-19 Vaccinations“.
One of the accommodations sought by the women’s rights group is a cot or mobile gurney that an anxiety patient who is prone to fainting could lie upon while being vaccinated.
“There is an enormous probability that patients suffering anxiety disorders related to needles, vaccinations and equivalent medical procedures, are at the gravest risk of death today than in their entire lifetimes,” says RINJ spokesperson Geraldine Frisque.
Evidence-based theories support Ms. Frisque’s conclusion. “An estimated 93% of nearly 13 million estimated COVID-19 deaths were unvaccinated, plus or minus 0.03%,” says a CSPaC.net scientist.
“You will not get away with being unvaccinated,” urges Women’s Group. “We can help those persons suffering needle phobia in our online clinics“.
“Approximately 11.5 to 66 million adults in America alone, may suffer from this anxiety condition,” say doctors Ashley and Robert Love in the US Journal of Primary Medicine and Health Care.
“The number is +1 647 739 9279. Do not phone the number but connect by Signal, WhatsApp or Telegram by texting first on a smartphone App,” said Ms. Frisque.
The women say on their web site, “an appointment will be booked for Face-To-Face Video Counseling or audio contact. Group therapies and group counseling sessions will be organized on YouTube and Zoom.”
“Email appointment booking is available by going to https://rinj.org/e-me.html,” said Ms. Frisque.