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Why Don't Cats Struggle with Imposter Syndrome?

They know WHO they are! They Demand Respect and Boundaries!

When you start a new job, it can be intimidating. You might feel like an imposter – someone who doesn't belong in their role and is going to get fired or found out as a fraud. Imposter syndrome is common among those starting a new job or career, but it isn’t always easy to recognize that what you are experiencing is normal. If you find yourself feeling this way at work, read on to learn more about how imposter syndrome works and what you can do about it.

Imposter syndrome is a term used to describe those who feel they do not deserve the success they have achieved. This feeling of inadequacy can be so powerful it prevents people from continuing with their goals and reaching their full potential. It's important for mental health professionals to recognize this as a real issue, and provide support and guidance on how best to work through imposter syndrome.

Imposter syndrome is a term used by psychologists that refers to individuals who are unable to internalize or accept the level of success they've achieved in life. Although these feelings can be common, especially among those just starting out in their careers, it's important for mental health professionals to understand how debilitating impostor syndrome can become if left untreated. The negative impact on your belief in self and your professional development.

Check out our supervision module on understanding and overcoming imposter syndrome through your supervision process.

Until next time. Stay Motivated!

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