Imposter Syndrome: Timely Insights and Proven Strategies to Address One of the Nation’s Most Overlooked Mental Health Issues
Tuesday, May 11, 2021
6:00 – 8:00 PM ET
Mark Crear, Ph.D., is a certified counselor, performance and mental health coach, motivational speaker, author, and diversity and inclusion expert. He has 25 years of experience working in multicultural – diversity and inclusion, performance management, and higher education. Dr. Crear has extensive experience in online education with a focus on course development and academic operations. His skill sets include multicultural competency, diversity and inclusion, racial reconciliation, life, relationship, organizational and performance coaching, strategic planning, project management, and team building. Dr. Crear is the founder of In The Zone Coaching, Counseling, and Consulting Group, the executive director of the American Association of Christian Counselors’ Multicultural division, and an adjunct professor of psychology at Houston Baptist University.
Each year, thousands of people seek help from mental-health professionals and life coaches for their low self-esteem and confidence. Even some of the world’s most famous public figures, like Albert Einstein, Justice Sonia Sotomayor, Michelle Obama, Meryl Streep, and Tom Hanks, have reportedly suffered from what is known as “Imposter Syndrome.” According to the American Psychological Association, nearly 70% of U.S. adults may experience Impostor Syndrome at least once in their lifetime. Highlighting the most up-to-date scientific research, proven evidence-based treatment strategies, and emerging approaches, this Webinar will deepen participants’ understanding of Imposter Syndrome and equip them with the most current, evidence-based therapeutic practices to utilize with clients.
1. Identify the types, common triggers, and recognize the effect of Impostor Syndrome on an individual’s quality of life .
2. Assess the hidden causes and catalysts of Impostor Syndrome and determine how modern-day challenges, such as the COVID– 19 pandemic, economic issues, racial inequality, etc., have contributed to Impostor Syndrome
3. Develop strategies and establish a toolbox of techniques for coping with and combating Impostor Syndrome to feel more successful and fulfilled at work and in life