Impostor Syndrome is the experience that many high-achieving people have of feeling a fraud, of not deserving their success, a fear of being ‘found out’, of not being as competent as other people think they are. It is characterized by chronic self-doubt, feeling phoney, attributing success to luck or other external factors, feeling unable to live up to expectations, etc. This interactive workshop will demonstrate strategies for Coaching clients to overcome Impostor Syndrome and replace it with a solid understanding of their own Self-Worth.
Trainee and experienced coaches with an interest in adding Coaching to Promote Self-Worth and Overcome Impostor Syndrome to their offering.
By the end of the workshop, delegates will:
Delivered by: John Perry
MA, MA, MA, MSc, FHEA
Award-Winning Wellbeing Consultant, Coach, Speaker, Facilitator, Supervisor and BACP Registered Counsellor
John is a Principal Teaching Fellow in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Southampton; and a Freelance Coach, Trainer & Wellbeing Consultant. He has a background in Teaching, Counselling, Coaching, Psychotherapy and Hypnotherapy; and has particular interests in Psychological Resilience and in Coaching & Psychotherapy Integration. John holds four Masters degrees and over a dozen Professional Diplomas.
Duration: 1x 4 hour online session
Cost: £120 +vat
Exc VAT: £120.00
Inc VAT: £144.00
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