UCSB's 4th Annual Mental Health Conference
Sunday, May 5th, 2019
UCSB Student Resource Building, 3pm.
Mental Health Workshop: "The Imposter Syndrome, the Scar of Fighting Internalized Oppression," with Moe Maki.
Many describe Imposter Syndrome as a pervasive feeling of self-doubt, insecurity, and fraudulence that tends to target individuals after they've achieved a notable accomplishment. Though Imposter Syndrome does not discriminate between demographics, it typically affects minorities and womxn the most. Come join us this year at UCSB's 4th Annual Mental Health Conference as AAUW's own Mental Health Chair, Moe Maki, hosts a workshop that explores ways to identify and combat Imposter Syndrome.