Tag Archives: confidence

Tag Archives: confidence

5 Tips For Self Esteem

by Dr Emma Gray - 2nd July, 2019
5 Tips For Self Esteem

Self-Esteem is the cornerstone of mental health. Low self-esteem underlies most mental health problems, is very common and most of us could do with a boost in this area. So here are 5 tips to help you to do that: 1. Low Self-Esteem is maintained by a self-critical voice, sometimes known as the internal critic. If you can identify yours and begin to monitor it, over time you will create some distance between yourself and it which will reveal alternative ways of looking at things. 2. There is an opposite […]...

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Self Therapy

by Dr Emma Gray - 14th January, 2019
Self Therapy

In this blog I am going to show you how to carry out your own therapy session. The techniques are based on the principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) which is currently the most effective treatment for a wide range of mental health problems including anxiety, depression, low self-esteem and confidence. 1. Set aside 10-15 minutes, once a week. It is easier to keep Self Therapy going if you make it part of your routine, so choose a time that will work for you every week. The hardest part of […]...

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What Is Clinical Procrastination?

In this blog I am going to help you to work out if you are a Clinical Procrastinator. Clinical Procrastination is when putting things off has become one of the main ways you deal with life and is getting in the way of not only your productivity, but your relationships and ultimately your happiness and enjoyment of life. We are designed by nature to delay tasks we aren’t currently equipped to deal with, the idea being that we use the delay to prepare either psychologically or physically for the challenge […]...

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What Is Perfectionism?

by Dr Emma Gray - 9th June, 2018
What Is Perfectionism?

Perfectionism is when trying to do your best tips over into a desire to perform at the highest possible level in most things. Clinical Perfectionism is when this desire becomes something that you NEED to do in order to feel ok about yourself and when you fall short of this unrelenting standard you harshly criticise yourself. Do you suffer from Clinical Perfectionism? Ask yourself the following questions to see if you are suffering with Clinical Perfectionism: Do you feel that you must be the best at most of what you […]...

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