This self-management workshop is all about taking back some power over your self-esteem. Indeed, self-esteem is an important protective factor and is key to developing and maintaining good mental health. Health does not necessarily mean the absence of disease, but rather a state of physical, psychological and social well-being. Self-management aims to help the individual develop power over their mental health by gaining knowledge and mastering certain basic skills. The individual is then able to make more informed decisions and apply the behaviours they have identified as being healthy for them. The 10 sessions, in the form of discussions, exercises and information, address a number of topics related to self-esteem, such as self-talk, self-knowledge, the protective suitcase, perceptions, emotions and their management, interpersonal relationships and communication, assertiveness, choices and priorities, self-esteem in the present and in the future, and much more.