Self-Esteem Therapy in Mombasa

Your self esteem usually develops during childhood

That means, any feelings of low self-esteem have probably been with you for quite some time. Self esteem therapy and counseling can help you understand the root causes of your feelings and address them head-on.

When you have high self-esteem, you feel confident, consider yourself valuable and respect yourself. This leads to a more positive sense of well-being.

Low self-esteem is associated with self-doubt, self-criticism, social isolation, suppressed anger and shame. It can also be a symptom of other conditions, including anxiety and depression. Self esteem therapy can help.

Do I Need Self Esteem Therapy?

Take a moment and see if you resonate with any of these warning signs. If so, then self esteem therapy may be for you.

  • Speaking negatively about oneself
  • Comparing yourself to others
  • Feeling a sense of a lack of accomplishment or failure
  • Feeling worthless
  • Codependency
  • Anxiety
  • Shame
  • Depression
  • Inadequacy
  • Physical abuse
  • Emotional abuse
  • Sexual abuse
  • Perfectionism

While it might not feel great, low self-esteem is a perfectly normal — and treatable — condition. Our compassionate self-esteem therapists are here to help.

How Does Self Esteem Therapy Work?

At Counselling Kenya, our compassionate counsellor offer an integrated approach to self esteem therapy. In addition to traditional talk therapy, your treatment plan might involve incorporating mindfulness and meditation practices. It could also include one of these powerful methods:

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) will work with you to monitor negative self-beliefs, faulty thoughts and assumptions if you prefer to consider some of the negative thought processes you feel keep you trapped.

Psychodynamic Therapy for low self-esteem can help you find a new and objective view of your personal history … which allows you to more clearly see your present situation without feeling blamed. The process also can offer an opportunity to see if early patterns and habits are repeated in your current relationships, both at home and in the wider world.