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Self-Esteem

Start feeling good about yourself.

Every day we face messages of how to be “good” and “successful.” These messages either boost our self-worth, or tear it down. From a young age, we begin to link our self-worth to careers, relationships, and appearance. Low self-esteem can be deep-rooted, but with help, it’s possible to change negative thoughts about yourself.

Over time, therapy for low self-esteem can help you:

  • Start interacting socially, rather than being withdrawn
  • End the need for validation
  • Accentuate the positive, instead of the negative
  • Learn healthy eating habits, and stop disordered eating
  • Adopt habits to improve your self-worth
  • End obsessive activities and learn positive behaviors

Why Psychotherapy Associates of Chicago?

Self-esteem is like a ball of clay. We’ll help you find new ways to shape it – by setting realistic goals, and lay the groundwork towards a more rewarding life.

 

Let’s get started. Call 773-414-4577 or click here to book a session online.