SelfEsteem

Self-esteem refers to the subjective evaluation of one’s own worth and value. It influences how individuals think, feel, and behave, affecting relationships, achievements, and overall well-being. Low self-esteem is associated with negative self-talk, self-doubt, and a lack of confidence, while healthy self-esteem involves self-acceptance, resilience, and a positive self-image.

Self-esteem therapy and self-care practices can help individuals build self-esteem by challenging negative beliefs, setting realistic goals, and practicing self-compassion. We understand that issues with self-esteem can arise at any stage of life, especially during adolescence, and our youth-friendly team of therapists is dedicated to supporting young people through this journey.

With a range of experience in youth-specific services, our therapists bring creativity and hope to their sessions with clients. Rachel D’Arcy, Naomi Weir, Catherine Yates, Emily Richards, Lea Sander, Tahnee Witt and Sherry Tanner, plus others, are all passionate about working with young people.

Book a session with our youth-friendly therapists today:

Self esteem therapy Perth

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Call our friendly admin team on 9301 5659 to find your perfect match.