Self-Esteem and Your Inner Child

Do you suffer from low self-esteem? Does your lack of belief in yourself cloud your joy and leave you? feeling anxious or depressed? Does your self-doubt impact on your relationships? Do you find difficulty making day-to-day choices and decisions? Self Esteem and Your Inner Child will help you to understand how these painful feelings originated,

Do you suffer from low self-esteem? Does your lack of belief in yourself cloud your joy and leave you? feeling anxious or depressed? Does your self-doubt impact on your relationships? Do you find difficulty making day-to-day choices and decisions? Self Esteem and Your Inner Child will help you to understand how these painful feelings originated, and will offer you a way of re-framing the negative self-talk that forms the basis of low self-esteem. Rather than remaining trapped by old unhelpful patterns and beliefs, this book uses a simple “Inner Child” framework to demonstrate how, by a process of “reparenting,” you can learn to gradually utilise your adult resources and reduce the power of your inner critic. As you become more accepting of the person you really are, your inner child also becomes freer to vitalise and enhance your everyday experience… About the Author: Glenys is a Psychologist and Psychotherapist who has been in practice for twenty-seven years, after completing a MA in Clinical Psychology. She discovered the benefits of using the “Inner Child” framework many years ago, and ran workshops with a colleague for several years. She now utilises this method in her individual work, where she sees people for a variety of issues, including self-esteem, anxiety, depression and relationship difficulties. Her eclectic approach to psychotherapy embraces the spiritual dimension, which she sees as closely entwined with the psychological. She also has a curiosity about the mind-body connection, and is learning more about the importance of the somatic/body awareness approach to healing emotional difficulties.”