It is interesting to think about what self-esteem is. Well, technically it is your perception of yourself. How you see, hear and feel about yourself. What is your relationship between your self-image and your level of confidence in life? How comfortable are you with yourself? How does your level of self-esteem support you in your everyday life?
I see so many people who grow up with low self-esteem and depression. Maybe you had a difficult time as a child. Perhaps your parents had low self-esteem so they did not have the knowledge to pass onto you and teach you how to improve self-esteem. Sometimes school may have been difficult for you and you didn’t get much praise to help you in building self-esteem. Or you may have encountered or undergone a traumatic event that partly destroyed your self-esteem.
As naturopath I take a full medical history and screen to see if there may be any physical reasons that you might be suffering from low self esteem and depression. It is surprising how many things come up when you know what to look for in the physical signs. I may suggest changes of diet or lifestyle to support the work with do with your mind in building self-esteem.
As a psychotherapist, I am experienced in getting to the root of the reason why you have low self-esteem. As a hypnotherapist I use hypnotherapy every week in helping people build a strong and positive sense of self-esteem. Hypnosis for self-esteem is really effective in accelerating the process of change and helping you move forward in positive and constructive way.
I also teach you ways to help build and maintain on daily basis a strong sense of self-esteem. Going straight into the unconscious mind with hypnotherapy for self-esteem helps cut down the time in therapy considerably.
Book your hypnotherapy appointment with Dr Tracie O’Keefe DCH by calling 02 8021 6429.
DISCLAIMER: *Many factors will be important in determining your actual results and no guarantees are made that you will achieve results similar to anyone else’s. The nature of therapy requires each person entering therapy to actively engage in the session and to carry out any additional recommendations outside the session, so results vary according to the individual.