Therapy for Low Self-Esteem
What is Self-Esteem?
Each of us lacks confidence on occasion, but if we have low self-esteem we are often left unsatisfied, unhappy or may even hate ourselves.
Self-esteem involves respecting yourself, loving yourself, putting yourself first, and meeting your own needs. And this is not something that is based on our level of success or fame – it comes from within. Notice how Actor/Singer Jennifer Lopez described her own struggle with self-esteem while at the pinnacle of her success in the following video.
How to Improve Self-Esteem
Therapy can help find the erroneous beliefs that hold us back from enjoying healthy self-esteem. It allows us to see ourselves as we really are. Think of it like this.
If someone relied on a broken mirror to help guide their grooming and appearance, they would be hindered in their efforts. That busted up, cracked mirror, presenting multiple partial views would not be useful; it would even be counter-productive.
In a similar way, if we rely on others to assess our value, we would only get partial, imperfect views of ourselves. We would not get a clear, complete image and as a result, we would be unable to properly assess our self-worth.
Do You Suffer from Low Self-Esteem?
But, you CAN change your self-esteem. You CAN learn to value yourself and find the joy that comes from healthy self-esteem. So, do you suffer from low self-esteem? Ask yourself:
How I Help with Self-Esteem
I have helped hundreds of clients for more than a decade learn to overcome low self-esteem. In that time, I have aided teens, successful professionals, homemakers and others to learn why they struggle with low self worth, joyfully watching them lift their heads and their hearts in victory against this debilitating condition.
Meeting in a safe environment which is conducive for honest dialogue, my clients soon learn they can make the changes they seek.
You’ve taken the first step. Now let’s take the next few steps together. Call now (312) 899-1120.