Low Self-Esteem Checklist

Do you struggle with feelings of inadequacy or self-doubt? Use this low self-esteem checklist to assess your symptoms and find ways to improve your self-image.

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Healthy Self-Esteem Checklist

Take control of your self-esteem with this easy-to-use checklist. Learn practical tips and techniques for improving your self-worth and building a positive self-image.

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Raising Your Self-Esteem (COD Lesson)

Self-esteem is the way you see and value yourself. Do you see yourself as likable and important? Or, instead, do you consider yourself to be inferior, inadequate and lacking in importance? To have a healthy self-esteem means to feel positive, be assertive and act confident. It includes being resilient and having an overall sense of well-being and is an important aspect of any recovery program. This lesson will explain what self-esteem is and what it is not. Learn the factors that shape and influence self-esteem and discover ten vital ways to increase your self-esteem.

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Mental Health Worksheets

https://youtu.be/Vwr5rnsW568 Mental Health Worksheets Downloadable mental health worksheets and therapist resources. Topics include Managing Anxiety, Depression, CBT, Anger Management, Self-Esteem, Stress Management and more. Only $10 Per MOnth Journey to…

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Designing Successful Recovery

I am involved in several intensive outpatient programs (IOP) that provide treatment and support for those with serious or critical mental health and substance abuse issues. These programs help our…

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Getting Stronger

Refusing an offer to drink or use takes courage, inner strength, and self-confidence. The ability to refuse can be expanded by developing the related skills listed below.  Assertiveness — Developing…

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Understanding Assertive Behavior

Assertive traits include being confident, straightforward, and honest. Assertive people express their ideas, feelings and desires without second guessing or apology. They speak firmly in a way that respects the…

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Embrace Another Chance

Embrace Another Chance  Clients with co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders often arrive at a treatment center feeling discouraged. Mistakes and failures of the past are a primary motivator…

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Under the Microscope  At some point in your life, you may have been relationally involved with a faultfinder. They criticize, nitpick, and complain about you, confident that will make you…

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When Addiction Makes Decisions

You Decide  Under ordinary circumstances you make your own decisions. You decide where you want to go, how you spend your money, and who you want to be with. You…

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Developing a Positive Self-Concept

Because we act and feel according to how we see ourselves, a healthy self-concept is important. If we see ourselves as adequate, influential, and valuable we will act confidently, talk…

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Developing Inspiring Self-Talk

Self-Talk That Inspires Hope  We continually move in the direction of how we think and what we speak. This is true of how we think and speak about ourselves as…

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Understanding the Victim Mindset

A victim mentality can emerge following trauma or hardship. This mindset can include despair, lack of energy, and the inability to be proactive in critical situations. A similar frame of…

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Three Keys to Successful Recovery

Designing Successful Recovery  I am involved in several intensive outpatient programs (IOP) that provide treatment and support for those with serious or critical mental health and substance abuse issues. These…

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