Therapy and Mental health for Black women


Most people will suffer from lack of confidence and/or low self-esteem at some point in their life. It may be at work or home, at an interview, doing a presentation, in a relationship, or perhaps socially when meeting strangers or groups. It doesn’t have to be so.

When you look in the mirror each day, what do you see? Is it the real you or a perception of you? It’s not what we see, but how we see that matters. If you see yourself as bad, inadequate or a failure what do you think the consequences will be?

We can change that negative self-image to one that’s positive and filled with confidence, aware of your own unique qualities, capabilities and capacities, as well as enhancing general coping abilities, and minimize anxiety and worrying, thus increasing confidence, self-esteem and self-efficacy. Just imagine what that would be like for you!

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