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GPWL970 - Imposter Syndrome: When will my cover be blown?

Have you ever felt like you’re not as capable as people think you are? Or felt like a fraud about to be uncovered? You may be experiencing Impostor Syndrome.

This interactive, informative, and experiential webinar is for graduate students who may be struggling with the thoughts that they are not good enough or experiencing self-doubt. Participants will explore the causes and effects of Impostor Syndrome. Participants will work on building a toolkit of skills for coping with and combating Impostor Syndrome in order to feel more successful and fulfilled at University. Participants will walk away with practical, effective, and immediately usable strategies and techniques to reduce imposter syndrome.

Learning Objectives

Learning Objectives
At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
1. Describe the etiology and effects of the imposter syndrome
2. Learn strategies to identify impostor syndrome
3. Apply the skills to reduce their imposter syndrome.

Leaders Information

This workshop is led by Jewel Perlin, PhD, Psychologist, OPQ from the Counselling and Psychological Services, Concordia University.

Dr. Jewel Perlin is a lincensed psychologist who divides her time between her clinical practice, training and supervision, facilitating workshops, and a psychological expert on television. In her clinical practice at Concordia University Counseling and Psychological Services since 2013, she delivers cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and other evidence-based treatments to university students. In her consulting work, Dr. Jewel Perlin is a facilitator on self-care, stress management, and work life balance, as well as a guest on Montreal City TV Breakfast Television show. She received her PhD from McGill.

This workshop is not scheduled at this time.
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