Self-confidence is an attitude you hold about your skills, abilities and yourself in general. It is a feeling born out of acceptance of oneself and recognising your strengths and weaknesses as being part of you. However, combating low self-confidence can often lead to depression and anxiety if left untreated by many. Through the right guidance by a supportive therapist who focuses on guiding you to a more realistic version of yourself and encourages you to focus on the positive outlooks of life, help you overcome the grip that low self-confidence can have through Cognitive behavioural therapy. This work often focuses on identifying the source of low self-confidence which may be rooted in events or relationships both of the past and present. Not only does therapy give you a chance to talk through this trauma but also help you understand ways to combat and overcome these experiences by focusing on yourself, because of which this therapy is also sometimes termed as ‘self-centred’ therapy.