Women's Mental Health: Exploring Self Doubt & Imposter Syndrome
Most women juggle many roles in life: Professional roles, family roles and personal roles. It can sometimes be challenging to balance these different roles without experiencing exhaustion, guilt and self-doubt – all of which contribute to our levels of psychological wellbeing.
We also know that women often have a greater risk of experiencing imposter syndrome, the fear of being ‘found out’ or being exposed as a ‘fraud’ regardless of their seniority in the workplace is often cited as the key contributor for lack of confidence.
In this 60-minute session, led by a female clinical psychologist, we aim to explore some of the challenges facing women in the workplace with a focus on self-doubt and self-care. This 60-minute workshop will:
- Help you develop strategies to increase self-confidence and manage self-doubt.
- Share practical solutions to achieving a better work life balance.
- Suggest how to implement a ‘self care toolkit’ in to daily life.
How it works:
- Capacity: 50 people or 100 people virtually.
- Length: 60 minutes (Longer sessions are available)
- Requirements: A screen for some slides.
- Your facilitator: A female psychologist with 15 years clinical experience.
“The gap between what it’s like to be a woman and what people expect a woman to be, is the primary cause of burnout.” Amelia & Emily Nagoski.