CPD Courses – Understanding Imposter Syndrome
About this course
Do you sometimes feel like a ‘fraud’ in your counselling practice, in the profession or in life generally?
Are you haunted by a subtle pervasive sense that you’re ‘never enough’?
Are you exhausted by patterns of perfectionism, pleasing, proving or performing?
If yes is your answer to any of these, you may be struggling with Imposter Syndrome.
In this online workshop, we will define Imposter Syndrome and explore some of the reasons it is so prevalent for so many people both professionally and personally.
We will examine the ways it can subtly but powerfully undermine our confidence, holding us back in the workplace and beyond.
Location: Online via Zoom
Date: Sat 12th February 2022
Time: 10:00 – 16:30 (6.5 hours)
Meet the tutor
This course is hosted by Sarah Durrant an ICF-accredited coach!
Sarah has over 30 years of professional experience as a publisher, consultant and learning facilitator. She has operated a successful coaching practice since 2012.
Hundreds of individuals and Institutions including MIT Libraries, The Open University, T&F Informa, CrossRef, Kudos, BioOne, The College of Policing, The University of Westminster, Cooper Surgical, and John Wiley Publishers have all benefitted from her expertise.
Join this course
Book your place on this course by purchasing it below. You will receive an email with instructions on how to join the course the week before it takes place.
Understanding Imposter Syndrome
12th February 2022