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Self Esteem

Do you dislike yourself?

Are you struggling with lots of negative thoughts about yourself?

Do you wish you could feel more confident?

Is low self esteem causing problems in your relationship?

 

The way we think and feel about ourselves has a profound effect on the way we live our lives. Confidence and self-esteem are necessary for us to interact successfully with the world around us. If your self esteem is low, relationships, work and every day life can become very difficult.

I can help you to learn to manage your internal negative thoughts and create new beliefs about yourself to help you build self esteem and feel more confident in yourself.

You may feel your self esteem has been low since you were a child or you may know the trigger that damaged your self esteem. Either way, we can develop a treatment plan that is specific to the needs you have and to boost your self esteem as you would like it to be.

I work with you on the subconscious level to build self esteem and help you change your internal beliefs and teach you techniques to help yourself manage situations differently.

Please feel free to contact me so we can discuss whether I am the right person to help you.

 

Catherine’s story
Catherine was finding it very upsetting that she was feeling distant from her husband as a result of an event that had hugely knocked her self esteem. She had been trying to find ways to solve this problem but felt she was getting nowhere. She decided to come for a few sessions of therapy to try to move past this issue.

She says ‘I had a bad experience that left me holding on to some anger and low self esteem which was presenting itself as resentment towards my husband and a loss of intimacy in our relationship. Emma very sympathetically and professionally helped me to let go of this issue and to change what had become habitual behaviour. I am very pleased indeed that, thanks to Emma, I am finding happiness in my marriage once again’.

 

Jenny’s story
Jenny had struggled with perfectionism for as long as she could remember. She found that her extremely high expectations for herself meant that she always felt she was failing and her belief about herself was ‘I am not good enough’. Her self esteem was extremely low and he found that she was constantly tense, not sleeping well and feeling upset and anxious on a regular basis.

She says ‘I used to really dislike myself and had always thought there was something wrong with me. Through working with Emma I have learned to accept that I do not need to be perfect and that I can relax being the person I am. Sometimes I still need to use the techniques when my old perfectionist tendency starts to rear it’s head but this makes me feel I am in control. I am living a much happier life since my sessions with Emma.