Confidence

Your level of self-confidence can be seen in many ways, for example, your body language, your behaviour, how you speak and how you react to different situations. Self-confident people are generally more positive and believe in themselves and their abilities, whereas those with low self-confidence often have negative thoughts about themselves and their ability, which then leads to how they feel, act and behave.

 

  • If you have low self-confidence you may feel:
  • Uncertain of yourself and your needs
  • Unsure of who you are
  • Shy and uneasy
  • A sense of worthlessness
  • Negative thoughts about your own abilities

 

Counselling and CBT can be used to help those suffering with low self-confidence. Techniques and strategies can be developed to build your self confidence and change current negative thinking. Enabling you to live a happier brighter and more fulfilling life.