Low Self Esteem

Self-esteem is not static and fixed

Low Self Esteem, or to say better rebuild you self esteem

Everyone holds opinions about the type of person that they are.

These opinions are core of self-esteem and they affect how you feel about yourself and how you value yourself.


Self-esteem is not static and fixed; your beliefs about yourself can change throughout your life as a result of circumstance and experience. Most of us are born with a great deal of self esteem, as babies we think that we are okay.

Does this sound familiar?

What clients say to me: "People think I am confident because I can address a room full of people. The reality is that I spend most of my time thinking that I’m not good enough. If I… give a speech, I spend the next few days thinking about all the mistakes I made."


If you have high self-esteem, you will generally see yourself in a positive light.


You might find that life events such as losing your job, ending a relationship or being bereaved give your confidence a huge knock, but high self-esteem can act as a buffer to absorb these knocks and help you bounce back.


Your beliefs make the difference between high and low self-esteem. It is important to realise that these are only opinions, they are not facts. They can be biased or inaccurate, and there are steps you can take to change them.


Low self-esteem alone is not a recognised mental health problem, but if you have low self-esteem it will have an effect on your mental health.


Holding negative beliefs about yourself lowers your resilience and ability to cope with the stresses of life. This can place you at a higher risk of developing mental health problems such as eating disorders, depression or social phobia, which are closely related to your mood and self-belief.


Low self-esteem can be triggered or made worse by existing mental health problems, such as a panic disorder or schizophrenia. You may find that the pressure of other symptoms and the stigma associated with mental health problems impacts on the way you see yourself.


If you have low self-esteem these beliefs will often be negative. You may focus on what you feel are your weaknesses, and mistakes that you have made. And this is were treatment with Hypnotherapy, hypnosis and NLP is extremely useful and successful.

Prediction: between 1 and 4 sessions, depending on the individual



The investment is $225 for the first session and $200 for the others visits.

However, if you purchase 3 sessions upfront (the value $625) you will pay $575


Call us now to make an appointment, the first half hour is a FREE consultation. 040 50 85 008

We train people to become a Clinical Hypnotherapist so they can help other people out in there addictions, anxiety, depression, weight issues and much more













You are at the right spot to find a solution, why? 

Christoffel Sneijders

Clinical Hypnotherapist, Psychotherapist and Coach

Christoffel Sneijders is a passionate hypnotherapist, and has been a trainer and coach  of other Hypnotherapists for last 25 years, giving him an extensive experience and a deep understanding about people and how to help them.

Besides that he is the owner and main teacher for the Recognised (advanced) Clinical Hypnotherapy diploma training, he is also Supervisor for all the Hypnotherapy Associations.


He has seen many people, who got stuck in their own behaviour and beliefs, trying to get help from a “normal” psychologist without result. This is how he discovered the power and effectiveness of clinical hypnotherapy and psychotherapy.