Building Self-Confidence with Compassion-Focused Therapy Worksheet

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Self-confidence is one of the wide-ranging consequences of positive mental processing emerging from a self-compassionate approach towards oneself. Self-critical, shameful, and less self-compassionate individuals usually reflect a lack of self-confidence, too. However, compassion not only can reduce negative behavior but also is found to help build self-confidence among such individuals. Further, the evidence for better mental and physical well-being associated with compassionate tendencies has far-reaching significance. 

What Are the Theories Behind This Worksheet?

Compassionate mind training is one of the established upshots of compassion-focused therapy. It helps people develop self-compassion, resulting in self-confidence. Practicing compassion reduces shame and self-criticism, which paves the way to self-confidence. The overall positivity emerges from a self-compassionate approach towards oneself and others, enhancing self-warmth and the belief in self-assurance. 

How Will This Worksheet Help you?

This worksheet will help people practice compassion and build self-confidence by reducing self-critical and shameful processing. 

How Should You Use This Worksheet?

This worksheet will help people move from a negative approach to a healthy, positive, and compassionate one, required for building self-confidence.

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