Self-Esteem

“Until you value yourself, you won't value your time. Until you value your time, you will not do anything with it”.

 

Scott Peck.

The way we see ourselves and our place in the world has a huge impact on how we interact with it. If we have a deep rooted overly negative view of ourselves, we can struggle with many things such as our confidence, self image and so on....

Confidence is our ability to believe we are capable of fulfilling a task or complete something we need to do. If this is compromised it can make our ability to cope very limited. We can begin to question everything and once our confidence is not there everything seems to become a struggle.

•“I’m a terrible person”

•“nobody likes me”

•“I’m not attractive”…

are just some phrases we use when we are experiencing low self-esteem

We all feel bad at times, unsure of ourselves, have low confidence but it becomes a problem when it is all the time and controlling how you live your life, or don’t!

■Self esteem = the way we see, think, feel and value ourselves as a person 

■Confidence = how able we feel to complete a task or communicate with others

■Self image = how we look and feel about ourselves physically

■Self concept = who we are as a person

■Low self esteem = describing yourself in a  overly negative way, regularly and consistently

NHS & Virgincare, 2016.

can effect many areas of our lives

1 •How we feel about ourselves and how we interact or don’t with daily life

2 •Personally

3 •Daily life

So, how can therapy help me?

Through the work we do together I will help you further recognise the origins of your low self-esteem, how it has developed, what keeps it going and then work to equip you with the skills, tools and techniques to challenge and change this way of thinking. Slowly moving you to feeling more self-assured and confident, ensuring we have dealt with the root cause of the issue.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Or you can register for our Online course by clicking here and scrolling halfway down the page

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