If you suffer from low self-esteem, you know how deeply it affects your overall quality of life. Your relationships, your work, even your ability to feel happy and relaxed are all impaired by low self-esteem. But what IS low self-esteem, and how do you improve it? If it started in your past, why is it still with you today? Has it become an unchangeable part of you? This program explores both the roots of low self-esteem, and how it perpetuates itself in your life today. Practical ideas will be presented for breaking the cycle of low self-esteem and creating more fulfilling relationships with yourself and others.
Tina Gilbertson, MA
Registered mental health counselor Tina Gilbertson, MA, has been developing and teaching programs in personal growth since 2001, and currently offers workshops on both self-esteem and assertiveness at her office in Portland, Oregon. A self-esteem Topic Expert for GoodTherapy.org, Tina has been reading, thinking, studying, and writing about the subject for 25 years. In her private therapy practice, Tina works with individuals and groups to improve self-esteem and deepen relationships of all kinds - including the all-important relationship clients have with themselves. She also regularly presents interactive lectures on how to stay mentally sharp throughout life, how to deal with difficult emotions, and how to identify and pursue the work you were born to do. To learn more about Tina, you can visit her profile on GoodTherapy.org or her website at: www.tinagilbertson.com
There are no CE credits available for this program.
In short, participants will have two options for participating in this event. Option one, listening to the event by calling into our teleconference center. Option two, listening to the event by calling into the teleconference and viewing the event online. Prior to the event all participants will be sent an email with instructions on how to log in to the teleconference and videoconference center. This event will include lecture, interaction, and question and answer periods.
This program is free to the public.