Imposter Syndrome

Imposter Syndrome workshop looking at what it is and how it gets in the way of our work, then more importantly what tools are available to manage it.

Who?

The Imposter Syndrome course is for any clinical professional working in general practice in South Yorkshire at any stage of career post early years  (i.e. not on GP new to practice fellowship, nurse VTS, PA preceptorship or following FCP roadmap)

What?

Imposter Syndrome or Phenomenon is defined as ‘a collection of feelings of inadequacy that persist despite evidence of success’. ‘Imposters’ suffer chronic self-doubt and are unable to internalise their accomplishments however successful they are in their field. This phenomenon is surprisingly common. It can get in the way of professional progress and job satisfaction. Because it is common, it can be helpful to discuss it in a group setting, explore what it is, how it affects you and what you can do about it.

This workshop looks at what Imposter Syndrome is, how it gets in the way of our work, and then more importantly what tools are available to manage it. The workshop will include evidence-based solutions using ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) techniques. ACT has a huge body of evidence behind it and an impressive pedigree in providing practical tools that are easy to grasp and use.

When?

The course will be running face to face in Sheffield on Wednesday May 15th 9.15am – 2.45pm.

Location: Studio 1, 389 Manor Oaks Rd, Sheffield S2 1LU

Further courses may be arranged so if you are interested but unable to attend on this day please register your interest below.

How?

If you’re interested in attending please use the link below to register your interest.

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