One of the most enduring assertions made by Virginia Satir during her work with individuals and families is that people need a high level of self esteem in order to live and function successfully. Satir’s published poem entitled Self Esteem is still in print and has sold over 200,000 copies. At the Midwest Center for Transformational Change in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, licensed mental health counselor Anne Lindyberg, MS, LMHC, offers a combination of innovative therapies to help you achieve a healthy self-esteem and the life you desire. Call the office or use the online appointment maker to arrange your consultation now. Telehealth appointments are available.
Self-esteem means your deeply felt sense of self-worth. In simple terms, it is a measure of how much you like yourself and how worthy you feel to be a full participant in your own life. Many challenges people struggle with are related to poor self-esteem. They don’t tend to get better without addressing that root cause, which may not even be obvious to the individual.
Many factors contribute to your self-esteem, including:
Things can change as you move through life, and that can affect your self-esteem.
If you think you might want some support for low self-esteem, that’s probably the best indicator that you can benefit.
While every person's situation and experiences are unique, common signs that you might need help for low self-esteem include:
Low self-esteem may look different for every person, but in general, it's time to consider therapy if you constantly struggle with any of these issues.
At the Midwest Center for Transformational Change, Anne uses a robust, evidence-based models that are proven to be effective in people with low self-esteem.
Satir Transformational Systemic Therapy (Satir Model) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR®) therapy.
This powerful combination of therapies can help you to reconnect with the life force within you, developing a healthy and natural confidence.
Learn more about how these innovative treatment models can help you by calling the Midwest Center for Transformational Change or clicking the provided link now.