Has Your Confidence Hit an All-Time Low?
Self esteem is a key component to having a positive and healthy self image — it is especially important when we relate to others in the workplace, at home within our families and socially with our friends — any difficult experience in life where we “appear” to have encountered a set-back or failure will impact our self-esteem and furthermore causing you to question your self-worth. Day to day experiences have the potential to impact our self-esteem because we have possibly not been equipped with the correct emotional tools to navigate our way through life. Self-esteem issues may stem from our childhoods and family environment which keeps you stuck in roles that are difficult to break away from.
These roles become familiar and it is easier relating to the world and others from a position of familiarity rather than trying to change and be uncertain of how you will be after. A low self-esteem will often be accompanied and reinforced by a negative internal voice. This is the voice that criticised you and will constantly contradict any positive choices you make in your life. This persistent negative voice will eventually feed into your negative thinking and feel like your life is out of control.
Feelings of failure, worthlessness, uncertainty, a dislike for yourself, heightened anxiety, a constant questioning of oneself, and an inability to be kind to yourself are a few characteristics that accompany low self-esteem. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms we would advise that you call us immediately so we can assist you in eradicating these symptoms for good on 0207 060 5257
Psychotherapy and Counselling for Low Self-Esteem
Psychotherapy and Counselling will help you explore how your low self-confidence may have evolved from the varied experiences you’ve had in life. In addition it will look at how you have built your varied belief systems which in many ways may be faulty, especially if you are experiencing low self-esteem.
Your therapist will work closely with you in a bespoke manner to identify the most effective tools in helping you overcome low self-esteem. They will offer you a supportive and therapeutic environment and use CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy), NLP (neuro-linguistic programming), and mindfulness to improve your self-image and self-esteem. Through changing our negative interpretations of ourselves and the image we hold of ourselves, we can change how we feel and improve our self-esteem at the same time.
Harley Street Psychology™ Confidence Breakthrough Method
At Harley Street Psychology™, we offer a breakthrough therapy experience where our therapists are trained in the latest CBT, NLP and Mindfulness based therapeutic approaches to boost your self-esteem to new heights.
They will help you:
- Make sense of the low self-esteem
- Assist you in understanding the persistent cycles you find yourself in
- Identify the most empowered ways you can relate to the world and solidify this.
- Understand any of the underlying causes of your frustration and irritability
- Illustrate how your thoughts, feelings and behaviours are contributing to the feelings of low self-esteem
- Improve your self-image, or recreate this if you feel you have lost sight of who you are
- Boost your assertiveness and general wellbeing
Working collaboratively with your therapist, you will assess your life from every angle, refine your expectations of yourself and others, put into practice daily new patterns of behaviour and thinking to out condition previous “bad habits” and work towards redefining your self image and create the necessary experiences in your life by acting today and not falling into old complacent ways of being.
By Acting Today, You Start Feeling Better Today!!!
We all deserve a sense of inner tranquillity and peace! Call us today and book a session with one of our therapists to tackle your problem of low self-esteem. You don’t have to suffer with this any longer.
Further Reading on Low Self-Esteem:
- The self esteem workbook. Glenn Schiraldi
- 10 Days to self-esteem. David Burns
- 50 mindful steps to self-esteem. Janetti Marotta
- Healing your emotional self. Beverly Engel
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