Do you struggle with feelings of inadequacy? This workshop is specially designed to look at Imposter Syndrome through a queer lens.
Imposter syndrome is a phenomenon where you feel that your achievements or position are undeserved, or succumb to persistent anxiety and self-doubt despite apparent success and ability. It can drive people to overworking, perfectionism and chronic stress.
But what if we could befriend our imposter syndrome?
And what if it can teach us something about our internalised oppression?
This workshop helps us understand imposter syndrome, confront its messages and develop a positive relationship with some aspects of its effects while loosening its grip on our lives.
During this 90 minute online session, you will come together with other members of the LGBTQ+ community and explore strategies and techniques to support your wellbeing and challenge negative self-talk during this difficult time.
Hosted by SAM HOPE – non-binary & bisexual activist, trainer and therapist. Sam has experience working with LGBTIQA+ individuals in a number of capacities for many years. Through Sam’s work, they have gained a rooted appreciation of oppression and minority stress and built links to many communities across the world.
Established in 2018, Learnest are a Community Interest Company run by and for LGBTQ+ people. We are a centre for Education, Development & Mentoring.
We take a strengths-based approach to all our work and offer a range of opportunities for communities, individuals & businesses to get to where they need to be.
This workshop is FREE but please consider making a small donation when booking to support our work.
We invest all profits from our commercial work to help LGBTQ+ communities thrive & reach their goals. Visit LEARNEST.CO.UK for more information on our work and other free opportunities for the LGBTQ+ community.
Learnest #THRIVINGCOMMUNITY series is funded by Consortium NET Fund.
3rd March 2021 • 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm