Achieve Stronger Self-Esteem in New York

You deserve to feel good about the person you are.

Transform low self-esteem into self-confidence with our guidance.

If you've ever felt like your own worst critic, it's time for a change. Low self-esteem can stem from various sources, including negative messages from others or societal pressures. But remember, you have the power to heal and grow. Our team at Gold Therapy is here to guide you in silencing that inner critic and nurturing self-compassion

Does the phrase “I am my own worst enemy” resonate with you? If so, you’re in the right place.

Even if other people have brought you down in the past, you are the only one who can control how you feel about yourself. Our therapists will help you build yourself up so that low self-esteem no longer holds you back from living the life you want—and deserve.

Seeking help during life transitions is crucial when you find yourself feeling overwhelmed, anxious, or persistently sad about the changes. It's important to reach out if you're struggling to cope with the transition's impact on your daily life, experiencing difficulty making decisions, or noticing a decline in your mental and emotional well-being. Additionally, if you feel isolated or unsupported during the transition, seeking professional support can provide valuable guidance and assistance to navigate these challenging times. Don't hesitate to reach out for help when you need it most.

Ready to boost your self-esteem and live your best life?

Signs of low self-esteem can manifest in various ways, including negative self-talk, self-criticism, a constant sense of inadequacy, and a lack of self-confidence. You may find yourself avoiding new challenges or opportunities, fearing failure or rejection. If you often feel unworthy, overly self-conscious, or struggle to assert yourself in personal or professional relationships, these could be signs of low self-esteem. It's crucial to seek help when these feelings persist and begin to impact your daily life, relationships, and overall well-being. If you notice that low self-esteem is holding you back from pursuing your goals, enjoying life, or maintaining healthy relationships, it's a good time to reach out to a therapist for support and guidance.

Recognizing Low Self-Esteem

Low self esteem can be caused by many different things. Maybe you internalized negative messaging that came directly from family members or school bullies. Perhaps you’ve been affected by indirect messages that come from society, popular culture, and social media. No matter the cause, the voice of your inner critic has grown stronger than the voice of your inner cheerleader.

Our team at Gold Therapy can help change that. We want to help you take back your power and realize that you have the ability to heal. Your therapist will point out the ways in which negative self talk is holding you back. You’ll also discover ways to shift your inner narrative and have compassion for yourself. We want to capitalize on your strengths while also recognizing that no one is perfect.

our Path to Greater Self-Confidence