Feeling worthless, incompetent, unloved and fearful are common feelings experienced by people with low self esteem. They may also be unrealistic about their abilities, suffer with negative thoughts, find themselves in destructive relationships and have views of self and others that others consider to be distorted.

Improving self esteem means you become more balanced about how you view yourself, are able to support yourself when you are feeling down, make decisions and relationships where there is a feeling of ease and satisfaction.

Counselling and psychotherapy can offer a non judgemental space for exploring the experience of Low Self Esteem and examine ways for managing and alleviating symptoms. We have extensive experience of working with people suffering with Low Self Esteem.

Your feelings are valid.  You have the right to feel whatever you feel. You aren't exaggerating.  You aren't too sensitive.  You aren't being dramatic. You are hurting and that's ok.  

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