Are You Struggling with Self-Criticism or Injured Self-Esteem & Self-Confidence?
Is it sometimes difficult to stop the self-attacks that ambush your goals and undermine your welfare? Perhaps you find that you:
When self-esteem is low, it is hard to bounce back after something bad has happened. We lose the ability to make good choices for ourselves. We behave in ways that take us further away from what we really want, resulting in painful relationships, financial problems, or other situations that feel frightening and lonely.
You can change the way you feel about yourself
Low self-esteem is found everywhere – regardless of our income level, ethnicity, gender, age, relationship status, profession or appearance.
Our self-esteem begins taking shape early in our lives and evolves throughout a lifetime. It is not set in stone; I like to think of it as a work in progress. Brain research is revealing that we are wired for growth, healing and self-repair. With support you can make use of this innate ability.
If your self esteem is depriving you of the joy, aliveness and purpose that you would like to experience in your life, I would like to help you. Recent discoveries in neuroscience reveal that the brain can be re-wired through emotional experience. This is such great news! Together we can work to change the beliefs and behaviors that hold you back from the freedom to:
If you'd like to talk about therapy for these painful issues, I'd be happy to speak with you.
707 792 2654
Take some time to contemplate your situation. If you feel that you would like to meet me and see if therapy might be helpful for you, I offer a free 50 minute consultation. That will give you a chance to meet me, ask questions and we can each get a sense of what it would be like to work together.
If you'd like to speak with me or make an appointment, please call at 707-792-2654.
These testimonials came to me by way of unsolicited letters and cards from previous clients.
"... I have continued to spend time each week growing and learning. I understand myself so much better now. Thanks to all the effort we both placed on me! And thanks for your patience and persistence with me at the beginning - I was pretty doubtful that therapy would lead to much. I can honestly say that I am more of a father now. I take pride in that. I don't hate anymore. I still hurt sometimes but I like who I am."