Program Outcomes

How to Boost Your Confidence


Beneficial For:

  • One who is self-conscious and self-critical most of the time
  • One who feels “I am not good enough” even after constant successes.
  • One who becomes anxious before any presentation or interview
  • People with low self-esteem

We Will Help You With:

  • Make you accept challenges in life without hesitations
  • Make you more resilient
  • Help you to look at yourself through the lens of self-improvement instead of being self-critical
  • Experience a more positive you

“First impression is the last impression”. This saying is self-explanatory as it focuses on making a good first impression of our self by appearing confident. We all want to portray ourselves as confident individuals especially when we want to give our first impression. As humans we tend to admire certain people for their exuberance and confidence. But the question arises, what is self-confidence?

Self-Confidence is the belief and conviction in oneself. It is a trust we have on ourselves and on our capabilities that we can deal with whatever life brings to us. An understanding and acknowledgement of our own abilities is an important aspect for building confidence. When people project their confidence and display a willingness to be out there, a sense of credibility is reflected upon them.

However, it is not something we are born with, neither is it a fixed trait. It is a trust on our own strengths and abilities that can be built through various means.

The first step towards building self-confidence involves knowing ourselves better. We can only have faith in something if we are well aware about. For this reason, it is important to understand what Self-Concept is. Self-Concept is the complete knowledge of our own self including an awareness of our strengths and weaknesses. Improving the self-concept can help in increasing the self-esteem and further increasing the confidence.

Many times, Self-confidence and Self-Esteem are seen as being the same concepts. However, although connected, they have different meaning.

Self-Esteem is our attitude towards self. It is the positive or negative assessment of the self. For example, people not only evaluate themselves as having behaved well or poorly, but they often feel good or bad about how they have acted. Therefore, it can be said that our Self-Esteem will make sure whether we have high or low self-confidence.

In fact, Self-Esteem is a necessary need for us. Being low on self-esteem can hamper our performance on tasks we know the best.

This is a need hierarchy. The hierarchy shows that after our basic and belongingness needs are met, esteem needs are the next set of essentials.

Still, it is very common for us to be highly skilled but still experience a lack of confidence. It is due to lack of self-awareness about our own abilities that causes us to exhibit low Self-Confidence. Each individual is unique and worthy of respect. We just need to uncover our own selves to see the uniqueness.

Through this program, we will try to help you uncover your own self and boost your confidence.

Frequently Asked Questions

Concentrate on your advantages and acknowledge your achievements. Always compare your present state to your prior self. Talk to yourself kindly and spend time with encouraging individuals. By pursuing your objectives, attempting new things, and addressing your fear, you can push yourself outside of your comfort zone.

Yes, therapy helps you to rebuild the skills and copying mechanisms to deal with certain situations, to build a new version of yourself which enhances resilience to cope with stress.

By encouraging a person to create a more realistic version of himself, focus on the positives, find the source of his negative ideas, and better adjust them, a therapist can assist someone in overcoming low self-esteem issues.

A therapist can aid someone in overcoming low self-esteem difficulties by encouraging him to develop a more realistic version of himself, concentrate on the positives, find the origin of his negative ideas, and better adapt them.

Person centered therapy and cognitive behaviour therapy are very impactful to treat low self-esteem issues in which a trained therapist teaches the client skills to identify maladaptive patterns of thoughts and restructure them in a rational way.

Any qualified and trained mental health professional can help you to deal with low self-esteem issues. A therapist can assist clients in identifying and minimizing negative self-talk. Along with goal setting, people can practice self-compassion, both of which are associated with higher self-esteem. Increasing self-esteem can take time.

They must understand that they must help themselves in order to develop better self-acceptance. Give them praise and support them in accepting it.

Being confident means having the conviction that you can manage any situation. It's not necessary to have a sense of perfect sure that you will immediately understand what to do and how to proceed. More so, you get the impression that you can deal with any uncertainty and that clarity will eventually prevail.

Self-confident individuals frequently have a good attitude to life and a strong sense of self-belief. Since they are certain that their aims will be achieved in the end, they are able to take chances and keep going after setbacks.

A coach teaches effective skills and healthy copying strategies to deal with certain situations. Coach aims to change and modify the negative self-talk the individual has about himself which helps to regain confidence.

To create a new version of yourself that increases resilience to cope with stress, therapy helps you rebuild the abilities and copying mechanisms to deal with certain conditions. Building self-confidence involves making lifestyle adjustments and practicing mindfulness.

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Although we try to run from it, it is still there. Although we try to cover it up and smoother it, it is still there. Although we try to put on a brave, happy, smiley face and pretend it away, but it’s still there. It’s not a defect, but an illness and can be handled by helping through mental wellness solutions and therapy.

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