To feel valued and accepted is a fundamental psychological need, and if we suffer from low self-esteem, it's what we do to compensate can often land us in deeper trouble in the longer run.
The way we gain self-esteem is through secure relationships and also success experiences – be they at work or in our leisure time. The problem is that starting out with low self-esteem can create a kind of self-fulfilling prophecy. For example excessive neediness of others' acceptance, leads to much too much compliance (doormat syndrome) and suppression within a relationship, of one's own needs and feelings. The most minor of conflicts and rejection are perceived as very threatening in this context, and produce over-reactions. Low self-esteem leads to a non-assertive approach to life, too much dependency, and helplessness in the face of stress.
Clinical Partners have a team of Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Psychotherapists and Counsellors who are experienced in therapy for Low Self-Esteem and they are able to offer full support and advice for you and your family.
By calling our Admissions Counsellor on 0203 326 9160 you will be able to talk in confidence about your situation and we can recommend a specialist to assist you.