Spiders. I'm getting accidental therapy, through desensitization, though. DD1 is homelearning, and her single biggest fascination in life is spiders. So, I spend quite a lot of time reading lavishly illustrated books about spiders...their life cycles, mating habits, eating habits (ugh), etc. I honestly can't tell if I'm better or worse than I used to be!
Social phobia. I'm managing to force myself through this a little, but...I have a the public speaking thing in spades, and I'm petrified of meeting strangers or mixing at a party with people I don't know. I'm a weird hybrid of honestly not giving a crap what people think of me, and being petrified of making a fool of myself. I don't know why. Attending any kind of class or group (eg. my choir, a homelearning meetup, etc.) for the first time is incredibly difficult.
I'm mildly afraid of fire, but not quite to the point of it being a phobia.
I don't know if I'd call it a true phobia, but I've definitely developed a severe aversion to medical care of all kinds. It does affect my life, but I can overcome it if I feel the need to, so...?
I'm sure there are others, but those are the big ones.
ETA: Ugh. The talk of spiders reminds me that it's almost time for the "paratroopers". I wonder if they'll come back this year. They had me afraid to come downstairs last year.