Counseling for Imposter Syndrome
Imposter syndrome (n.) – A psychological pattern in which an individual doubts their accomplishments or talents and has a persistent internalized fear of being exposed as a “fraud”.
On paper, you’re qualified.
Your education and career path have prepared you for this role but somehow you find yourself questioning even the smallest decision. You were excited when you got the offer letter but now you feel anxious and out of place. You feel like a fraud.
When someone struggles with not feeling good enough, it is hard to complete necessary tasks.
Procrastination sets in and instead of your brilliance shining through, you find yourself holding back in meetings, and rewriting emails until it sounds just right. Imposter syndrome is real, but it doesn’t have to run the show. I help overwhelmed college students and professionals understand their thoughts, change their behaviors, and find their confidence again.