The demand for confidence therapy is growing as our world becomes more and more demanding with regard to our working lives. Many people, especially men feel that if they are not one hundred percent confident at all times, their career will stall or they will get into trouble in some other way.
When you attend confidence therapy the first thing your therapist will challenge are these cultural pressures and expectations.
Instead what you are looking for and what true confidence means, is that you have a humble but solid sense of confidence: you feel confident you can do most things, but you are not going to over-confidence. You are able to admit when you are wrong, and you are able to take into account what other people feel, believe and need.
There will still be moments when you question yourself and wonder if you are indeed on the right path. I would argue that those moments are healthy as they help us make corrections and stay in contact with the needs of others.
Once you understand this basic premise I can work with you using short term psychotherapy,