Harley Street Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy

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Low Self Esteem? No confidence? The combination of Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy empowers you to become more confident. Hypnosis can boost your self esteem..

The way we see ourselves mirrors the way others see us. Comfortable confidence means you don’t change yourself to fit in, you are comfortable with who you are. You know your strengths and your limitations. As your inner confidence emerges, you become your authentic, real self.


You can overcome negative feelings by changing unwanted or unhealthy thoughts and behaviours and continually reinforcing positive ones.

Your own thoughts — not other peoples’ or situations — determine how you behave. Even if an unwanted situation doesn't change, you can change the way you think and behave in a positive way.

Your negative feelings come not from an accurate assessment of the situation but from your negative emotions. If you understand when this is happening you can start to check the way you are feeling against the facts and improve your mood.


‘Shoulds’ and ‘oughts’ can create a great deal of guilt and anger, particularly when they are directed against yourself – ‘I should do this, I ought not to do that..’ When used like this to try and motivate, such statements often have the reverse effect.

These mechanisms are all the more powerful because they operate at the unconscious level. We very rarely realise what’s going on. When you leave a task unfinished you feel guilty or inadequate. This makes it actually less likely you will do whatever you thought you ‘should’ be doing. Take things one at a time.

Self motivation is a one day at a time process and leads to inner stability. It comes from self-confidence, self appreciation and self-esteem. Part of building self-esteem involves learning how to make the best out of worst situations. Self motivation is a process of self improvement and it leads to an improved and better YOU. Set yourself meaningful, realistic and achievable goals.

You and only you are the true authority of yourself. No other person or thing has the ability or power to make you doubt yourself and make you accept anything less than exactly what is right for you. From now on, every morning when you get out of bed, stand in front of a full length mirror and look yourself straight in the eye and say ‘I am my own authority – I choose what is right for me. I have my own definition of what success in life means.

The important thing here is for you to accept complete responsibility for your choices, decisions and path direction. You have all the power, all the resources and all the opportunities to realize what it is you really want to do in this life.

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