When a client suffers from impostor syndrome, there is often a gap between how others perceive them . . .
. . . and how they perceive themselves.
This gap is what fuels that feeling that they’re a fraud – and the larger it gets, the stronger a client’s self-doubt grows.
So in the video below, Michael Yapko, PhD shares an intervention that can help close that gap and stop them short when they’re dismissing a friend or colleague’s praise.
Have a look.
When clients can take in positive feedback from others, it can diminish the power of “impostor syndrome.”
If you found this video helpful, you can hear more from Michael and other top experts (like Stephen Porges, PhD; Peter Levine, PhD; Pat Ogden, PhD; Shelly Harrell, PhD; Richard Schwartz, PhD; and more) . . .
Now we’d like to hear from you. Do you have clients who suffer from impostor syndrome? What are some of your takeaways from the video?
Please leave a comment below and let us know.
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