Creating Authentic Self-Esteem in Teens

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Creating Authentic Self-Esteem
An 8-week Group for Teens
    Tuesdays 4:15-5:30 Begins April 5th
234 Post Rd East. Westport, CT
Limited Seating
 
Low self-esteem marginalizes our lives and tragically limits our happiness, success and productivity. LSE is also a source of anxiety, depression, ADHD and conflicted relationships.
There is a common – but false – belief that we can feel good about ourselves through academic or athletic achievement or popularity. These achievements are not the source of genuine self-esteem because they are derived from outside of us -what I call other esteem.
Authentic self-esteem speaks to our relationship with our own self. Regrettably no one taught us how to achieve this most important life skill. This workshop will teach your child how to achieve just that!
Participating in this workshop will help your child to:
  • Develop their confidence
  • Find a genuine inner voice
  • Communicate with clarity and conviction
  • Thrive in their relationships
  • Overcome anxiety, depression and other challenges
  • Succeed in life
Mel Schwartz LCSW, MPhil is a psychotherapist and couples counselor based in Westport, CT. He has developed a highly successful protocol for developing self-esteem in adults and adolescents. Mel is the author of The Art of Intimacy, The Pleasure of Passion, and has written over 100 articles — read by over one million readers. He is the author of the forthcoming The Possibility Principle: How Quantum Physics Can Improve the Way you Think, Live and Love. Mel can be reached at 203.227.5010 or at Mel@melschwartz.com Mel also works globally with people via skype or telephone.
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