Common Symptoms of Low Self-Esteem
• social anxiety
• frequent embarrassment
• feelings of inadequacy
• fear of abandonment or rejection
• lack of healthy assertion
Low self-esteem often co-occurs with depression and anxiety. Feelings of inadequacy become overwhelming alongside the need to perfect situations. Self-esteem is usually deep rooted, situated in childhood experiences and development.
Treatment for low self-esteem can include medication and therapy. A therapist can help clients establish realistic self-awareness, and nurture feelings of confidence and adequacy. Therapy helps clients to recognize triggers of negative self-talk, redirecting negative thought patterns into positive ones.
We Can Help
Open Path’s therapists offer beneficial services that encourage insight, self-reflection, and healthy coping mechanisms. Our therapists can help redirect negative thoughts, offer clients positive feedback, and model self-respect.
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