Self Assertiveness Skills

Develop the ability to articulate your emotions, thoughts, and requirements in a transparent, genuine, and suitable manner.

Conflicting feelings between expressing the feeling and saying no or expressing an opinion and the fear of speaking out so as not to lose the other or fear of the reaction, all of that and the subsequent feelings of anxiety and tension you can overcome through this program, which is devoted to three successive sessions during which you learn self-affirmation and strengthening skills. Self-confidence in cooperation with your therapist, who will be by your side until you reach the peace and inner satisfaction that you seek.

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Self Assertiveness Skills

Self Assertiveness Skills

About Program

What is self assertiveness?


Self assertiveness is the ability to express your feelings, thoughts, and needs in a clear, honest, and appropriate way. It means respecting yourself, your values, and your rights, and being able to defend them.


Self assertiveness can include a variety of behaviors, such as:

Saying no when you don't want to do something.

Asking for help when you need it.

Expressing your feelings in a healthy way.

Making your own decisions.

Standing up for your rights.

Is this program suitable for me?


If you are experiencing any of the following challenges, this program may be right for you to help you overcome low self-esteem and manage your emotions effectively:


      Feeling inferior or incompetent.

      Hesitating to make decisions or express opinions.

      Feeling the need for the approval of others.

      Fear of failure or rejection.

      Feeling frustrated or depressed.


Program Sessions and Stages

These five steps form a structured approach to help individuals overcome Specific phobia and achieve peace and mental balance. Personalized programs may include additional components designed specifically to meet the unique needs and progress of each participant.

Step 1: Assessment and Diagnosis

The first step is to assess and diagnose the individual's levels of anxiety and the specific factors that contribute to their low self-esteem. This process often includes a comprehensive assessment of their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.

Step 2: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) helps individuals to identify their goals, values, strengths, and weaknesses, and to recognize the negative thought patterns that are causing them to feel anxious or low in self-esteem.

Step 3: Emotion Management and Self-Esteem Strategies

Teach individuals emotion management and self-esteem strategies to help them cope with situations that cause them stress. These techniques can include relaxation practices and mindfulness practices.

Step 4: Social Skills Training

Teach individuals basic social skills, including active listening, expressing opinions, and assertive communication. Improving these skills can contribute to increased self-esteem and reduced anxiety.

Step 5: Relapse Prevention

Provide strategies for relapse prevention and maintaining progress. It is important to help individuals to identify the signs of relapse and to provide them with tools to maintain the gains they have made
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Develop the ability to articulate your emotions, thoughts, and requirements in a transparent, genuine, and suitable manner.

414 SAR

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