CHALLENGES THAT COMES ALONG
Growing up with a disability can present unforeseen challenges for the individual with a disability as well as their family members. From difficulty with social/communication skills, emotional regulation, anxiety/depression, having a disability does not exempt one from the day to day mental health struggles. Conversely, people with disabilities are often an overlooked population of individuals who do not receive the care they need.
WHO CAN HELP?
To add to the complexity, not many mental health therapists are equipped with the right tools to help appropriately, which can make quality care difficult to find.
The journey can be an incredibly beautiful one, but it can also be a unique challenge for every member of the family.
We have not only the professional qualifications to (BS in Special Education, MA in School Counseling/Mental Health Counseling) but bring in the personal connection as well.
HOW CAN SELF-ESTEEM COUNSELING HELP?
The most obvious sign of low self-esteem is negative self-talk. Our clients with damaged self-esteem constantly compare themselves to others and then criticize themselves based on those—naturally shallow—criteria.
Whether it’s counseling students with low self-esteem, running self-esteem group counseling, or simply being a positive voice, we have the self-esteem counseling techniques to help you gain the confidence you need.
Just as the image of yourself can be shattered by negative self-talk, we can teach you how to fill your mind with positive self-talk.