RISK OF LOW SELF-ESTEEM
How we feel about ourselves can make all the difference in the world. It can have a deep impact on the type of job we have, what we do with our time and the quality of our relationships. Sadly, many people suffer from low self-esteem that severely limit these and other areas of their lives. Untreated, chronic low self-esteem is often a risk factor for other concerning mental illnesses such as major depression and social anxiety. If you have low self-esteem you may also start forming unhealthy habits like drinking too much and smoking to help cope.
RECEIVING HELP FOR LOW SELF-ESTEEM
Treatment referrals for psychotherapy may be offered to individuals that are indicated to have low self-esteem. Working with a licensed clinician in psychotherapy is an excellent place to develop skills on how to increase confidence, improve mindfulness, change cognitive distortions and increase self-worth; all of which have the potential to dramatically improve an individual’s sense of self and esteem.
Individuals who have low self-esteem can greatly benefit from receiving treatment at the Pauquette Center. If you feel you have low self-esteem that is impacting your daily life contact us to start the process of receiving help.