Like most people, I've suffered from doubt and insecurity...
It's part of what led me to become a therapist. My training and extensive experience has taught me that doubt and insecurity have one thing in common, they are forms of fear.
In this free workshop we will explore a strategy to build a sense of self-worth. Often our issues around self-worth prevent us from being confident.
We will be learning a simple tool to build an awareness of our sense of self-worth and cultivate it. This tool alone, opens the door to our confidence.
We will also be reframing how we look at confidence. So many make the mistake of defining their confidence through other's opinions of them. This is a quick way to squash your confidence. True confidence comes from within.
Learn to live boldly
Are insecurity and doubt keeping you from living your best life?
If you often...
Hesitate to speak up or stand your ground.
Have trouble making and trusting your decisions.
Withdrawal from social events and interactions.
Feel intimidated by romantic opportunities.
Feel inadequate in life.
Then this course was created for you. Learn practical tools to overcome insecurity and doubt.
Learn to be fearless in who you are and what you say.
Learn to be decisive and unwavering your choices.
Engage in social events with poise and boldness.
Be yourself with partners and relationships.
Feel empowered to be your true self in life.
Aaron Mitchell, MS, MHC
Aaron has a BA in psychology and a master's degree in mental health counseling. He has been in the health care field since the early 90's.
As an adolescent, Aaron started healing and learning from American Indigenous elders. This healing addressed many issues including psychological ones. He returned to these elders to adress a traumatic incident that conventional psychology didn't help. Cultural psychological treatment simply wasn't available in his area.
With permission, Aaron integrated traditional Indigenous approaches into therapy with his clients. It helped immensly and addressed some issues conventional psychology couldn't. The traditional techniques were altered slightly to fit in a clinical setting.
People saught out this cultural treatment approach and always lamented the lack of availibility and choice in therapy.
Aaron founded ALOT to provide more cultural treatment approaches world-wide.