Low Confidence

Confidence and our sense of self worth are major personal attributes that not only impact our moods and how we feel about ourselves in different situations and contexts, but also about how the world sees and interacts with us. Whoever we are, and however awesome we might be, a lack of confidence mostly ensures we are seen for less than who and what we actually are. We’ll work with you to understand your sense of self, environmental influences and more, to address the situation and alleviate your way of being to a place of more confidence and higher self worth. We may suggest hypnotherapy to reduce the time taken.

Unless otherwise specified, all prices mentioned are for a single session. The complete course may require more than a single session depending on individual circumstances. All sessions include a 15 minute follow up session, free of cost, one week onward. If you require multiple sessions, please speak with us about a discount, which we’re happy to extend to you, if you’re booking / paying in advance.

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Low confidence is a common issue that can affect individuals of all ages and backgrounds. It refers to a lack of belief in oneself, one's abilities, or one's worth. Low confidence can manifest in a variety of ways, including:
  1. Negative self-talk: Individuals with low confidence may engage in negative self-talk, criticizing themselves or their abilities.
  2. Avoidance behaviors: Individuals with low confidence may avoid situations that they perceive as challenging or uncomfortable.
  3. Fear of failure: Fear of failure is a common manifestation of low confidence, as individuals may be hesitant to take risks or try new things for fear of not succeeding.
  4. Insecurity: Low confidence can also lead to feelings of insecurity or a lack of self-esteem.
There are several factors that can contribute to low confidence, including:
  1. Past experiences: Negative past experiences, such as criticism or failure, can contribute to low confidence.
  2. Social comparison: Comparing oneself to others and feeling like one doesn't measure up can also contribute to low confidence.
  3. Trauma or abuse: Trauma or abuse can also contribute to low confidence, as individuals may internalize negative messages about themselves.
To improve confidence, individuals can try the following strategies:
  1. Practice self-compassion: Practicing self-compassion involves being kind to oneself and treating oneself with the same care and concern as one would treat a close friend.
  2. Set realistic goals: Setting realistic goals and working towards them can help individuals build confidence and a sense of achievement.
  3. Challenge negative self-talk: Challenging negative self-talk and replacing it with positive, affirming messages can help improve confidence.
  4. Seek support: Seeking support from friends, family members, or a mental health professional can provide individuals with the encouragement and guidance they need to build confidence.
In conclusion, low confidence is a common issue that can affect individuals in a variety of ways. By practicing self-compassion, setting realistic goals, challenging negative self-talk, and seeking support, individuals can improve their confidence and sense of self-worth.

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Program duration

1 session onward

Number of sessions

1 session onward

Additional Sessions

Available on demand. Chargeable.

Session duration

50 minutes

Mode of delivery

Video call

WhatsApp Support

Not included