Venue: Your Computer! (Zoom)
- May 21, 2019
10:00 am - 11:00 am
|Masterclass Registration||$0.00 (AUD)||Expired|
Do you ever feel like you’re just waiting for someone to find you out? That you’ve managed to pull the wool over everyone’s eyes for so long but it’s just a matter of time before life as you know it comes crashing down due to people finally figuring out that you’ve managed to fool them all. The truth they are yet to uncover is that you don’t possess the necessary skills, intelligence or experience you need to do your job.
It’s exhausting, isn’t it? The constant self-doubt which can morph into self-loathing. So much internal turmoil leading to feeling anxious and depressed. We are hounded by perfectionism and fear of failure.
Many of us are suffering in silence – not knowing that others experience this crippling self- doubt, self-loathing and fear of failure. When we break the isolation we begin to break the back of the problem.
What Katrina will cover
- How imposter syndrome shows up in your life
- Ways you can tame the beast to live life more fully on your terms.
- Several tools and strategies to help in shifting the paralysis that follows when we are struggling under the weight of imposter syndrome.
About Katrina Alilovic
Katrina is a Counselling Psychologist with twenty-five years’ experience in Australia and the UK. Her counselling practice revolves around relationships (with self and others) and she works with individuals, couples and organisations who want the best for themselves, their partners and workplaces. Her coaching practice focuses on supporting ambitious women to get out of their own way to discover what they want and to develop a plan to reach their goals.
She undertook her studies at Curtin University (Perth, Western Australia) completing the Master of Psychology (Counselling) in 1995 and has since worked in a variety of settings including police services, workplace counselling, health, private practice, universities and not-for-profit organisations. Her time in the UK saw her work with bereaved families and take on teaching roles with the University for the West of England (Bristol) and Roehampton University (London).
Katrina is eternally curious, likes her comfort zone but knows that outside the comfort zone is an important place to go for a life well lived. She is working on putting more structure in her life as she has (belatedly) learnt that structure supports not inhibits.
Katrina is a registered Psychologist with AHPRA*, and adheres to the Australian Psychological Society Code of Ethics, as adopted by AHPRA.
*Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency