$10.00 USD

Imposter Syndrome



  • Understand Imposter Syndrome: Define and explain imposter syndrome, outlining its common characteristics and impact on mental health professionals. Participants will gain insight into the psychological factors that contribute to imposter syndrome and how it affects their perception of their own value.
  •  Identify Personal Triggers: Help participants identify their personal triggers and situations that tend to trigger feelings of inadequacy and self-doubt. Provide strategies for recognizing the onset of imposter syndrome, including physical and emotional cues, and guide participants in understanding how to address these triggers effectively.
  •  Challenge Negative Self-Talk: Teach participants techniques to challenge and reframe negative self-talk and limiting beliefs that contribute to imposter syndrome. Equip them with cognitive-behavioral strategies to replace self-doubt with self-compassion and self-affirmation, fostering a more positive and realistic self-perception.
  •  Leverage Strengths and Achievements: Guide participants in recognizing and celebrating their professional strengths, achievements, and successes. Explore methods for creating a "value portfolio" that documents their accomplishments and positive feedback, helping them to counteract feelings of inadequacy with evidence of their competence.

Chenal Family Therapy, PLC NBCC/ACEP Provider #7233