Tue, Jan 31|
Overcoming Imposter Syndrome and Finding your Self-Confidence
Time & Location
Jan 31, 2:00 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.
About The Event
Imposter Syndrome is a feeling that many people can relate to. More specifically, the feeling of “phoniness” despite working hard and putting in a lot of effort. Due to feelings of self-doubt and personal incompetence, individuals often find themselves drowning in a lack of confidence.
In this discussion, participants will gain an understanding of what imposter syndrome is, the feelings associated with imposter syndrome, and how to manage and work towards building self-confidence.
Jhanelle is a Registered Psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO) and the Mental Health Clinician for the Toronto Raptors. Jhanelle also works with various grass-root community organizations as a Mental Health Professional and with individual clients through her Toronto-based private practice Jhanelle Peters Psychotherapy.
With compassion and understanding at the forefront, Jhanelle works with individuals to identify strengths, tools and personal determination that can lead to positive and lifelong changes. With a background in Mental Health and Social Housing, Jhanelle has worked in both the United States and Canada, helping individuals and organizations uncover negative patterns and behaviours that make life and workplace settings challenging to navigate.