Ive linked a few things already from Harely therapy based in London, below was taken from their self esteem help guide
Self Help Books
Overcoming Low Self-Esteem Dr Melanie Fennell
Self-Esteem: Simple Steps to Build Your Confidence Gael Lindenfield
Beat Low Self-Esteem with CBT: Teach Yourself Christine Wilding and Stephen Palmer
10 Days to Great Self-Esteem David D Burns
Useful Phone Numbers
Samaritans – 08457 90 90 90 (24 hour hotline if your self-esteem has you feeling very low)
Young Minds – 0808 802 5544 (hotline for parents who are worried about their children’s well-being)
Counselling and Therapeutic Services and Organisations
There are many trained professionals who will be able to support you such as life coaches, counsellors, psychotherapists, psychologists and psychiatrists.
Counselling and psychotherapy clinics – search through online directories for one in your area. Harley Therapy is one such private practice in London, UK. Most workplace insurances now cover visits to a therapist, enquire with human resources at your organisation.
The NHS – an alternate to a private practice in the UK is seeing your GP and asking for a referral to a specialist.
Mental Health Charities – organisations such as MIND, Rethink, Young Minds, and the Mental Health Foundation may provide support groups, therapy and advice in your local area.
Support Groups – you might also want to call your local council to enquire about support groups in your area.
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