An exposure is a confrontation procedure that is used in behavioral therapy as an evaluated treatment method. The goal is to use this treatment technique to overcome negative affects that are triggered in specific stimulus situations. Exposure is mostly used in anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, and also in eating and addiction disorders. Exposure can take place in reality (in vivo) or in imagination (in sensu). However, before facing the anxiety-provoking situations, the client is well prepared for them. It is about the causes and connections of the existing fears and about establishing a new way of dealing with them. In hypnosis, too, clients are confronted with anxiety-provoking situations. However, always from a pleasant, relaxed and safe basic attitude in hypnosis, from which it is easier for people to deal with the fears. In hypnosis, new perspectives and thus new room for maneuver arise through the confrontation. Since causal situations clients are not always aware of, hypnosis hypnotic trance can be used to explore fearful stimuli in hypnosis and gain positive experiences, rather he faces them in reality.