My therapeutic approach focuses on exploring the unconscious processes that influence our thoughts, feelings, and behaviours.
Unstable self-esteem and self-image can stem from a variety of factors, such as childhood experiences, trauma, and adverse life events. These issues can manifest in a range of symptoms, such as self-doubt, anxiety, depression, and relationship problems.
Through psychodynamic counselling, together, we can explore the root causes of these issues and gain a deeper understanding of your psyche. The therapeutic relationship provides a safe and supportive space for individuals to express their thoughts and feelings and work through their experiences.
Psychodynamic counselling is an approach that can be very effective in helping individuals with unstable self-esteem and self-image.
One key aspect of psychodynamic counselling is the exploration of early childhood experiences and relationships, which can shape our self-concept and self-esteem. By examining these experiences and their impact, individuals can gain insight into how their current self-image and self-esteem have been formed. Another essential aspect of the psychodynamic counselling process is the exploration of unconscious processes, which can influence our perception of self in ways that we may not be aware of.
By bringing these unconscious processes into awareness, individuals can gain greater balance in self-perception. Through self-exploration, it is also possible to develop greater self-awareness and self-compassion. This can help to build a more stable and positive self-image, leading to greater self-esteem and a more fulfilling life.