Self-esteem is your opinion of yourself. People with healthy self-esteem like themselves and value their achievements. While everyone lacks confidence occasionally, people with low self-esteem feel unhappy or unsatisfied with themselves most of the time. Low self-esteem is developed and nurtured over time. It is considered a personality trait, which develops in childhood, and affects a person’s behaviors, social interactions, and overall well-being. If you have a low self-esteem you tend to make choices in your life to support those beliefs.
I have had many years experience of helping people improve their self-esteem. Through therapy, I can help you develop a sense of self to ensure a more fulfilling life. This could include identifying and re-evaluating your negative self-beliefs, reviewing your value system, helping you to develop your own coping strategies and enabling you develop and build relationships. You can improve your self-confidence and build your self-esteem, so that you can move forward confidently in life.
By not addressing your low self-esteem, you are sabotaging your own happiness. Why would you choose to sabotage your health, career or relationships?