Ever get that feeling that you're moments away from being "outed" as an inexperienced amateur?
Imposter syndrome is an issue that, because of socialization, disproportionately affects women, especially those in their first few years of the workforce.
This workshop will help you discover where and how the syndrome shows up for you, recognize what kinds of thought patterns reinforce it and help you adjust them. We'll talk about making small tweaks in your thinking and your body to help you feel better and more confident, explore your skill sets and learn how to present them unapologetically. You'll walk away with simple techniques to help you kick the syndrome and keep kicking ass. Thank you to Postlight for hosting us.
Key takeaways include:
- Learn about imposter syndrome and how it works in the brain
- Understand how imposter syndrome affects your thinking
- Discover new ways to present your skill sets in the workforce
- Implement body and self-talk techniques to change thought patterns about your capabilities
Rebecca Kronman is a licensed social worker with a private practice in Brooklyn. She utilizes a mindfulness framework to help patients unblock ingrained thought processes and behaviors. She specializes in working with creative people and those experiencing therapy for the first time. For more information, visit rebeccakronman.com.
Can men attend?
Sorry, not at this event. We do welcome cis women, trans women, and non-binary/gender nonconforming folks.
*This event will be videotaped so by purchasing a ticket, you are granting permission to the rights of your image, likeness and sound of your voice.