Dr. Joan Rosenberg – Rethinking Imposter Syndrome

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Rethinking Imposter Syndrome. Could it Be Your Reluctance to be Authentic and Vulnerable?

Dr. Rosenberg will help us reframe Imposter Syndrome which includes addressing skills, knowledge, experience, and mastery along with discussing intersecting practices such as diminishing accomplishments, perfectionism, harsh self-criticism, refusing compliments, not speaking up and a culture of racism, sexism, etc. that can influence one’s openness and comfort with presenting one’s true self.

Dr. Joan Rosenberg


Joan I. Rosenberg, Ph.D., creator of Emotional Mastery and Emotional Mastery Training, is a highly regarded expert psychologist, master clinician, trainer, and consultant. As a cutting-edge psychologist who is known as an innovative thinker, trainer, and speaker, Joan has shared her life-changing ideas and models for emotional mastery, change, and personal growth in professional and educational seminars, corporate training sessions, and across media platforms.

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