LOW SELF-ESTEEM

Individuals with low self-esteem often experience some of the following:

 

  • Unfairly negative view of themselves
  • Unrealistic expectations of themselves
  • Critical self-talk—i.e., speaking harshly of oneself
  • Depressed mood
  • Anxiety
  • Decreased social or leisure activities
  • Bullying or abuse
  • Feeling helpless
  • Feel unloved or unlovable

 

Therapy can help you improve your self-esteem and self-worth. With insight into the underlying causes of your critical voice, you can begin to challenge it and improve your self-talk. By applying strategies to develop greater self-compassion, you can begin to improve your quality of life and overall functioning.

 

Saterra’s associate psychologists and therapists are trained in a number of therapeutic approaches that can help alleviate these symptoms. Please contact one of our associates today to set up an initial consultation and discuss how we can begin to help. You may also use our contact form (Contact us) or call our practice line at 613-831-8181 to speak with an associate or for general inquires.