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Support for Managing Self-Esteem Issues

 

What is Low Self-Esteem?

Self-esteem refers to the value and worth we place on ourselves as individuals. It’s how we perceive our abilities, personality, and appearance, and it can have a significant impact on our mental health and wellbeing. Low self-esteem can lead to feelings of self-doubt, insecurity, and even depression or anxiety.

 

Signs of Low Self-Esteem?

People with low self-esteem may experience a wide range of challenges including: Negative self-talk or self-criticism, feeling inadequate or incompetent, avoiding social situations, and difficulty accepting compliments or praise.

 

How can Counselling help?

Through counselling, you can improve your self-awareness and  learn healthy ways to build your confidence and self-worth, such as setting achievable goals, practicing self-care, and positive self-talk. Additionally, counselling can provide you with tools to manage your emotions, regulate your mood, and respond to challenging situations in a constructive manner.

Schedule a Session

How it Works

Easy Booking

Simply call or go online to schedule an appointment with a therapist. We offer flexible scheduling options to fit your lifestyle

Friendly Approach

Our therapists are warm, empathetic, and non-judgmental. They create a supportive environment to explore your difficulties

Effective Support

Our therapists use evidence-based approaches to help you manage your challenges and improve your well-being. 

Our Mental Health Team

Counsellors

Kat Barbour

Senior Psychotherapist & Advisor

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Contact our team today to book or find out more about our 1-1 or group therapy sessions

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