If you’re here, you’re ready to work towards becoming an even better version of you. Congratulations! Taking the leap to engage on focusing on self-growth and improvement can open many doors in your life. On an even more important scale, it can lead to a fresh, energized, more authentic you.
The reality, however, is that engaging in self-growth and improvement can certainly be a challenge. Struggling with self-esteem issues can impact both of these areas, and if you’ve tried to accomplish your goals on your own before, you may wonder how you can master them now. You may have read all the best sellers and listen to all the podcasts, so what gives? Why is it so difficult to make those changes.
Self-growth can be rooted in different areas and having the right support is key. In our practice, we most commonly have people reach out who are either:
- Struggling with low self-esteem
- Are Highly Sensitive People (HSP) or identify as Empaths
- Dealing with the emotional and psychological challenges of perfectionism or the on-going cycle of needing to be a high achiever
- Going through a life transition– career changes, relationship status, loss of friendships or loss of a loved one
If your journey with improvement has harmed your self-esteem in the past, we will work towards building it back up so you have no doubts about your capabilities or ability to handle setbacks as they happen.
Change can be disorienting. Growth can be too.
Making changes and investing in self-growth and improvement can give you life-long personal rewards, but it is an on-going journey. It doesn’t matter if the self-growth and improvement that you’re searching are new to you or something you’ve attempted before. You will sometimes succeed, and you will sometimes fail. Those failures are also opportunities to be open to trying something new.
Our team of therapists is here to support you all the way. And while we will always celebrate your successes with you, we also know that learning from failure and clearing the way for alternative paths are important too.
True self-growth and improvement come from the steps you take towards your goals AND from what you learn along the way.
When you commit to addressing your self-growth and improvement, you are saying “YES!” to your future and to yourself. Let’s chat to see how our therapists can help you get there.