Overcoming Low Self-Esteem: This information package is designed to provide you with some information about low self-esteem – how it develops, how it is maintained, and how to address this problem. This infopax is organised into modules that are designed to be worked through in sequence. We recommend that you complete one module before going on to the next. Each module includes information, worksheets, and suggested exercises or activities.
This module provides an overview of what low self-esteem is, how it can be a problem, and what kind of impact it can have on a person’s life. PDF document: 218kb. Updated 29 July 2005.
This module explores, and provides a model of, how low self-esteem develops and might remain dormant in a person’s life. PDF document: 181kb. Updated 29 July 2005.
This module explores, and provides a model, of how low self-esteem is maintained at an acute level. PDF document: 173kb. Updated 29 July 2005.
This module begins to address the problem of low self-esteem by tackling one type of negative thoughts known as biased expectations. PDF document: 202kb. Updated 29 July 2005.
This module tackles another type of negative thoughts that keep low self-esteem going – negative self-evaluations. PDF document: 181kb. Updated 29 July 2005.
Another way of addressing negative self-evaluations is learning to accept oneself. This module explores how to identify and acknowledge one’s positive qualities. PDF document: 267kb. Updated 29 July 2005.
This module addresses the next phase of chipping away at low self-esteem and explores how one can begin to make adjustments to their unhelpful rules and assumptions. PDF document: 188kb. Updated 29 July 2005.
This module explores the final step of challenging deep-seated negative beliefs about oneself with the ultimate aim of developing balanced core beliefs. PDF document: 235kb. Updated 29 July 2005.
This final module brings all the concepts of this information package together and presents a model of healthy self-esteem. PDF document: 195kb. Updated 29 July 2005.