Building Self-Esteem

One way to measure your self-esteem.  A fun, easy exercise.

“Where do you want to go to lunch today?”  Do you often answer this question with, “I don’t care” or “I don’t know”?  Do you ever spend time thinking about what you want?  Tina Gilbertson, MA describes an easy “I like, I don’t like” exercise that can actually help you build self esteem.  Try it out, and see what you think.

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From the Good Therapy Blog by Tina Gilbertson, MA:

Holly Scott, MBA, MS, LPC sees clients at Uptown Dallas Counseling. Holly is trained in the specialty of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and holds the position of Diplomate in the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. Holly works with clients to help them overcome challenges in their daily lives that may be preventing them from achieving happiness. She helps clients with stress management, depression, parenting, marriage counseling, and other mental health concerns. If you are looking for a counselor or therapist, explore this website to see if Holly may be able to help you. 

To make an appointment for therapy or counseling with Holly at her Uptown Dallas Counseling, you have the option of using the Online Patient Portal to register and schedule. 

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