Fraud/Imposter Syndrome

Terrified You’ll be Found Out

Most leaders have felt like a fraud or an imposter at some point in their careers.

Many high-performers have reported experiencing this fear, including Michelle Obama, Tom Hanks, Emma Watson and Maya Angelou.

Fake it ‘til You Make it

It’s especially common the younger you are.

To their credit, many of my most talented clients have launched businesses or achieved high levels of responsibility at very young ages.

But when the fear of being exposed as a fraud is persistent and distracting, despite the evidence of your talent and skill, when you feel you don’t deserve your success…

It’s time to get help.

One of the most effective therapies is simply to realize that fraud/imposter syndrome occurs almost exclusively to objectively successful, talented people – not to “frauds.”

The core of my approach includes proven techniques to help the client reduce self-doubt by separating the facts of their success from their feelings about it.

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) are especially effective treatments for imposter/fraud syndrome.

Wearing the Crown of Your Achievements

What good is your success if you can’t even enjoy it.

Together, we will examine the limiting beliefs that are working against you. Piece by piece we will create a mindset that will finally liberate you from feeling unworthy and let you assume the fullness of your power.

Let’s get started.

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