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Therapy for Self-Worth in Denver

Feel confident in your skin.

“Remember that if you really want to motivate yourself, love is more powerful than fear.”
-Kristin Neff

Do you talk to yourself in a way you would never even consider talking to your best friend, kids, or partner?

Maybe your inner critic has been so vocal for so long that her constant berating feels like a normal part of your life.

You may have a sneaking suspicion that if you showed your true self you would no longer deserve love and belonging; so you're performing at all times. 

Perhaps you've run yourself ragged trying to pass the high bar you've set for yourself and you feel worthless for falling short.

However this inner-negativity is showing up for you, you're beginning to realize it is affecting all the areas of your life:

  • Relationships: you hold yourself back from fully engaging in relationships in your life because you're just certain that you're not worth knowing.

  • Work: you're afraid to be bold in your career because you tell yourself you'll probably fail anyway.

  • Yourself: spending time in your mind is not for the faint of heart; you keep tabs on all your faults so no one else's words will hurt as bad.

How Therapy for Self-Worth Can Help

It may feel like a pipe dream now, but you can befriend your inner critic. You can cultivate self-compassion. You can be confident in yourself.

And I can help you get there.

Therapy for self-worth can help you do these 4 things:

  • Understand where the critical voice in your head comes from and what she is trying to do for you (hint: her intentions aren't as malicious as you think).

  • Learn to see yourself in a more compassionate light; fully embracing your strengths and flaws.

  • Accept what is important to you and go after it, confidently.

  • Get in touch with your inner cheerleader and learn to trust her guidance.

I’ll help through this process, tailoring each step to your unique needs and circumstances. My approach to therapy for self-worth comes from a place of compassion: believing the flawed parts of you deserve just as much love as the parts you're proud of and wanting to help you see yourself the same way.

It's time to embrace who you really are. I can help you get there.


Q: What does low self-worth mean? A: You might be struggling with low self-worth if you experience some or all of these symptoms: - Difficulty setting boundaries and saying no - An inner monoluge that is critical and mean - When asked about strengths and weaknesses you can't really come up with any of your strengths - Worry about whether your friends actually like you; or difficulty making friends because you don't believe you're likable. Sound familiar? It doesn't have to be this way! Let's talk.

Q: What is therapy for self-worth like? A: In therapy for self-worth we'll spend time getting to know and understanding your inner experience. We'll soften the hard feelings between you and your inner critic. We'll find ways to develop self-compassion that is the foundation for change in this area. As always, I'll tailor my approach based on your specific needs and experiences.

Q: What are the next steps? A: If this page sounds all too familiar to you and you’re ready to learn how to move toward compassion and confidence for yourself, you're ready for self-worth therapy. The next best step is to schedule your free consultation with me. I can’t wait to hear from you!

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